So rich & beautiful! The Gomezes opt for all-white decor in their Forbes Park home. Nice!

So rich & beautiful! The Gomezes opt for all-white decor in their Forbes Park home. Nice!

- The family of Richard, Lucy, and Juliana Gomez formerly lived in Greenhills, San Juan, before they moved to Forbes Park in Makati

- Their home features predominantly white decor, with pops of colors through random furniture and decor

- The two-story house also has an open layout and pool since their 16-year-old daughter loves to swim

Although they have already lived in their Forbes Park home for almost two years, the current Manila residence of Richard Gomez and Lucy Torres continues to give us house goals.

Since Scandinavian-inspired design has become a never-ending source of inspiration for new or old homeowners, the couple's 'white house' is evident of that trend.

The facade of the all-white home of the Gomezes. (photo credit:

Aside from its predominantly white interior, it also features wooden flooring and furniture that balance its brightness.

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According to Richard and Lucy, they decided to move out of their former home since they were having a hard time going to the airport.

It is known that their jobs are based in Leyte - Lucy is the representative of Leyte's fourth district while Richard is the current mayor of Ormoc City.

The couple has transitioned from the entertainment industry to the political world.

Since moving into their new digs, their trip to the airport has been cut down to ten minutes and they can just go out to eat since the area is abundant of restaurants.

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It is known that the political duo and their 16-year-old daughter, Juliana, formerly lived in Greenhills, San Juan before they moved into their new two-storey home in Makati.

Some of the furniture they used in their abode also came from their old home, such as the wooden dining table and benches in their lanai.

The couple apparently bought this wooden table and bench set from a restaurant. (photo credit:

Aside from the earthy touches brought about by the wooden furniture, there are also pops of colors in every room, like the green couch in Juliana's bedroom and the blue chairs in the dining area.

That pop of green is a couch in Juliana's bedroom. (photo credit:

The blue and white chairs pop against the all-white decor of the home. (photo credit:

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Another notable feature of their house is that it has an open layout, which makes it easier for them to entertain their family and friends.

The open layout also makes their house look bigger than it actually is. (photo credit:

This brings us to a surprising fact - Richard is actually a good cook! The kitchen was designed to his specifications, meaning it also has an all-white theme to easily spot dirt.

The spotless white kitchen is one of Richard's favorite spots at home. (photo credit:

This other part of the kitchen has pops of color and texture, such as the wooden dining area and poster above the cabinets. (photo credit:

Although most Filipinos opt not to have an all-white abode, we find it refreshing that the Gomezes have gotten into the international trend and made it their own.

Their small family reminds us of Senator Manny Pacquiao's, who gives us family goals with his brood of five with Jinky Pacquiao.

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So rich & beautiful! The Gomezes opt for all-white decor in their Forbes Park home. Nice!
So rich & beautiful! The Gomezes opt for all-white decor in their Forbes Park home. Nice!


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