Dulce Maria shows off her spectacular house in Mexico City and takes us to the kitchen

Dulce Maria shows off her spectacular house in Mexico City and takes us to the kitchen
Dulce Maria shows off her spectacular house in Mexico City and takes us to the kitchen
Khushbu Kumari

The Mexican singer Dulce Maria took us to see some of the most intimate corners of her home, including her emotional egotheque

The Mexican singer Dulce Maria, who will be 37 years old on December 6 and who a few weeks ago gave something to talk about for not having attended Maite Perroni's wedding, recently boasted of the very beautiful house in Mexico City that she shares with Paco Perez, her partner, and with little Maria Paula.

Her home, from what we could see in the images captured by the cameras of the reality show 'Divina Comida', has all the luxuries and comforts that we can imagine and that could be enjoyed by his distinguished guests, Maria Leon, Alex Lora and Erik Rubin.

Its dining room stands out for being rectangular, made of mahogany, and for having space for several brown-toned wooden chairs. The room is completed by a spectacular plant, by a corner in which there are some decorative items and by some paintings that reflect the great passion he has for the sea.

“I show you a bit of a more personal corner. I really like elephants, my Frida and this phrase that I really like 'Where you can't love… don't delay,' said Dulce Maria as she showed the decorations on her corner.

she then took the cameras to her egoteca, that is, to her trophy room, which also functions as a television room, as it has a very comfortable gray modular sofa, with another more individual one in blue and with a large television screen placed on a nice piece of furniture.

Its trophy room is completed by various paintings, by some guitars and by a bar equipped with three parakeet-style chairs.

The third little corner that she boasted was her garden, a space that is made up of a terrace with outdoor furniture, as well as extensive green areas, so that little María Paula can play for hours without stopping.

The star room of the house, or at least it was in reality, was its kitchen, which has white cabinets, stainless steel appliances and a central island that can work to prepare food, but Also as a breakfast nook.

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