A curved canopy was placed on top of the entrance, creating the illusion that the house had a porch.
Just like many homes in rural areas, this one was also not built directly on the ground. Instead, it had a clearance of about 1 foot underneath. Yet this native house is not your typical bahay kubo in the province.
Upon entering the white-painted door, you see a steep and narrow staircase that leads to the loft above.
A small table was also placed by the window, attached to the wall. This gives the area much needed extra space while also providing the family with a place to eat. The table does not take up much space; thus, you could still use the area beneath the table for storage.