If there's one part of the house that can tell so much about a person's personality, it will be his/her bedroom.
PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal) highlights the unique elements found in the rooms of five celebrities.
These were their specific requests when the interior designer drew his/her initial plans.
Janine Gutierrez's wallpaper
The eye-catching flamingos and flowers on her wall came all the way from London, and took about two months before it reached the country.
Janine told YES! magazine, "'Yong wallpaper, ang tagal naming hinanap. Kasi I really wanted it. Parang we found this, and then, diniliver pa."
According to her interior designer Theressa Asis, the Kapuso actress originally wanted "something parang big dahon na parang banana leaf," but settled with this one since "'di pa uso 'yon."
Kim Chiu's mini-house
The Chinita beauty's bedroom has two floors, its own living room, work area or mini office, a staircase, and bed and bath areas.
And it's all pink!
The second level has an oversized bed and a study table.
Isn't it quite obvious that the ABS-CBN star has a love affair with anything floral?
Kim also owns a series of floral paintings by artist Chico Javier.
Bea Alonzo's brown hued room
She wanted her private space to be conducive to daydreaming, so she chose muted colors.
The Kapamilya actress was only 25 when she moved in to her dream house, which took a year to build.
Bea is now 29.
Jennylyn Mercado's expensive bikes
Jennylyn opted to have her Cervelo P3 bike and Pinarello bike hang on custom-made mounts on the wall of her bedroom.
Would you believe the pink bike approximately costs PHP 400,000?
Aside from it being her companion in her most memorable and arduous race in Bataan, she told YES! magazine, "Para kang lumilipad.
"Hindi mo kasi nakukuha sa running or walking iyong gano'ng speed. Siguro do'n ako nafa-fascinate, iyong speed.
"Ipapadyak mo lang nang konti iyong pedal, andar ka na. Parang nagiging extension ng body mo iyong bike, gano'n."
Anne Curtis's colorful chest of drawers
See the pink cabinet on the left?
It's a creation of French pop-art painter Delphine du Lorme, and if you look closer, the pharse "a girl called Anne" was carved on the lower part of the chest.
By the way, it was a gift from Anne's boyfriend Erwan Heussaff.