Toni Gonzaga gave a glimpse of her son Seve’s room through professional organizer Neat Obsession’s latest video.
As the only son of Toni Gonzaga and Paul Soriano moves to his newly-renovated room, the Kapamilya TV host and actress tapped Issa Guico-Reyes of Neat Obsessions to help her organize the toys and clothes of her son.
According to Toni, organizing her son’s stuff was one of her major problems during the entire renovation process.
“Kasi bagong renovate lang ang room ni Seve. Actually, parang ninety-five percent done na kami. So, one of my pinaka-major problems was really organizing everything. I can organize it. Pero parang — buti na lang may Neat Obsessions,” she said.
Sharing her reaction over the newly-renovated room, she said: “Alam mo, iba talaga ‘yung feeling na organized ang nakikita mo and everything is put in its proper place, segregated, labeled, and ‘yung may proper area for everything. Kasi nakakabigay talaga siya ng peace of mind, it relaxes your mind, it calms you. Kasi ‘yung clutter, nakaka-stress siya ‘no.”
But Seve’s room is no ordinary space as it represents her life as a mother, according to Toni.
“This whole room. This is my favorite area because this area reminds me of my life. Seve is my life. When I come into this room, this helps me leave all of my work outside the room. Kasi when I’m here in this room, I’m present,” she said.
Watch the video below:
Neat Obsessions, through an Instagram post, said Seve’s room was never messy from the start.
“Before our team even begins sorting in a project, I always ask my clients what they envision the space to be. Most of the time, the answer connects to a feeling,” the caption read.
It went on: “We didn’t find this room messy and chaotic when we arrived. In fact, the room just felt like a little boy’s room where he studies, plays, and enjoys. We just needed to regroup the toys and put them back in their proper places so he will better enjoy what he owns.”
Meanwhile, Toni shared her advice to other parents, saying books and toys should be given to organizations to avoid turning homes into storage spaces.
Seve turned 4 last year.