Gabbi Garcia and her family will be moving soon to their new home.
Last Friday, February 1, the 20-year-old Kapuso actress shared a sneak peek of their new house in her Instagram account.
Talking to PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal) in a phone interview yesterday, February 7, Gabby could not contain her excitement over her room on the first floor of the two-story house.
"For my room, lalagyan ko siya ng ibang twist," she told PEP.ph, "I plan it to be tropical na glam kasi I love the beach, I love traveling."
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The GMA Artist Center talent, however, has bigger plans for her walk-in closet located on the second floor of their new house.
She narrated, "The walk-in closet is even bigger than my room. Separate siya talaga. It’s upstairs.
"Kasi I want it to be tambayan space na rin, parang chill spot na. 'Tapos andun na rin yung make-up room ko 'tapos yung walk-in closet.
"Parang ano ko na siya 'mancave' ko na siya. 'Tapos papalagyan ko ng balcony para merong area sa labas… And then may mini-bar, TV ganun."
Being a singer and a music student, Gabbi talked about having her own music room/studio.
She explained, "Very excited nga kami sa studio kasi dun ilalagay yung instruments and, also, we can record there.
"It’s very in line with my sister’s job and also my course."
Gabbi is currently studying Music Business Management at the Meridian International School (MINT College).
Her sister Alex is a music teacher.
The Kapuso actress told PEP.ph, "She’s teaching music. She graduated Bachelor of Music in Music Education.
"Major in Percussion siya, e, so drums, so kailangan talaga ng soundproofed studio.
"‘Tapos siyempre, yung mga guitars din for recording... Baka we can work on something na rin in the future."