LOOK: Slater Young, Kryz Uy move into stylish Cebu home
Slater Young and Kryz Uy have finally moved into their Cebu home after their February wedding.
Uy said on Instagram that they slept in their home, which they call the Skypod, for the first time last May 13. At the time, she hoped for help in cleaning up the place. “To our friends who want to visit, please bring rugs and help us clean lol,” she wrote.
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Slept at the #skypod for the first time last night. It’s a work in progress but it feels so much like home ❤️ Thanks for all your hard work love, @thatguyslater! — To our friends who want to visit, please bring rugs and help us clean lol
On the same day, Young shared a picture of their house blessing presided over by a priest.
A look at the sprawling bungalow from the outside was shared by LLG Architects, the Cebu-based firm that designed the Skypod. Warm lights illuminated the area and the wooden ceiling. A pool can be seen between two different areas of the house, while tables and chairs were set up outside.
A few days later on May 16, the “Pinoy Big Brother” alum posted a picture of him lounging in the living room, which is surrounded by large panes of glass from floor to ceiling.
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Welcome to the #Skypod. Our forever home. 🏡 — Getting my much deserved rest. This project has been one of the most stressful things i have ever done. Not only because we were trying to do something different and architecturally challenging, but also because we planned on finishing it as fast as possible. (We planned on completing it in 7 months, but we moved in in 9 months 😅 ) Still not 100% complete but happy to call this place home. ❤️
“This project has been one of the most stressful things i have ever done,” Young admitted in his Instagram post. “Not only because we were trying to do something different and architecturally challenging, but also because we planned on finishing it as fast as possible (We planned on completing it in 7 months, but we moved in in 9 months).”
Meanwhile, Uy shared a picture on May 16 of their dark wooden dining table as she stretched on one of the sleek brown chairs made with an iron frame.
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Good Morning from the #SkyPod! This whole week was about cleaning up, moving in and getting settled. And while we’re still at about 30% of the way, I’m so happy and thankful to finally call this place home. Special thanks to both our families for helping us in all the ways they can (buying us house plants, giving us pre-marinated meals, washing our clothes, helping us figure out the dish washer etc!) We feel the love! ❤️ — To everyone messaging me about a tour- thanks for your patience! We’ll need more of it lol. Please give us a few months to settle in and be comfortable. We’re still working and still learning. ❤️
“This whole week was about cleaning up, moving in and getting settled,” the lifestyle vlogger said. “And while we’re still at about 30% of the way, I’m so happy and thankful to finally call this place home.”
She also gave credit to both sides of their families for helping out with the move, from providing house plants to teaching them how to use a dishwasher.
A look into their kitchen shows more of the elegant industrial interiors of the home, such as white marble counters, light wooden stools and appliances, and decor in shiny metal colors.
On Saturday, May 18, Uy shared a picture of her in front of circular vanity mirrors with light bulbs around them and mused about how much the house had cost them.
She said, “After listing down our #skypod expenses, i’m currently contemplating my life choices lol. Bye bye shopping for now. It was nice knowing you!”
On Monday, May 20, Uy opened up about the challenges they faced in setting up their new life in the Skypod.
She shared a picture of her days before their wedding, noting that “I feel like I’m looking at a different girl.”
“Marriage didn’t really change much for me—but having a house was like WOAAAH.”
“This past week we’ve been learning how to cook, clean, maintain a pool, manage a household, fix electrical and plumbing issues—it never ends!”
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This photo was taken a few days before @thatguyslater and I got married. I feel like I’m looking at a different girl! Marriage didn’t really change much for me- but having a house was like WOAAAH. It’s like being thrown into the ocean and not knowing how to swim lol. This past week we’ve been learning how to cook, clean, maintain a pool, manage a household, fix electrical and plumbing issues- it never ends! I’m lucky to have a partner who’s getting down and dirty with me. Learning the ropes is actually kind of fun, but it’s so tiring! I don’t think I’ll ever have the same amount of time to fix my hair or do my make up like this anymore lol. Everyday i look like this 🧟♀️ now! Is this what growing up is like?
Giving credit to her husband, she said, “I’m lucky to have a partner who’s getting down and dirty with me.”
“I don’t think I’ll ever have the same amount of time to fix my hair or do my make up like this anymore,” she said.
Young assured her in the comments, “Everyday you look more and more beautiful my love.” /ra
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