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Curated: home sweet home

Posted by Martine de Leeuw on
Curated: home sweet home

We’re so happy and inspired with our new product line of our C A S A collection. With our bringing our gorgeous fabrics into your home! There are so many beautiful local brands that have amazing design and home decor products that will go beautifully in your home. Read on about our curated finds and get inspired for a home makeover after discovering these gems!

1. Pimp up your wall
Walls don’t have to be boring. Go treasure hunting at Manila Mural and you will see! Their wallpapers and wallcoverings are so unique and will instantly change the look & feel of any room immediately. From a paradise jungle feeling to art deco and flowers, they will all inspire you. You must check them out.

2. Peacock chair
For a real local statement piece, the peacock chair is your way to go. They come in various shapes, sizes and price ranges. But coming straight from the source you know you have the better deal. We're so happy fellow expats Kaho and Amber found their way and we could locate this curated beauty! This unique chair is said to have originated in the Philippines which is why it is often referred to as the Manila or Philippine chair. So go and reach out to Molina’s. You won’t regret it.

3. Mirror mirror
The beautiful mirrors of Furi Home are like art. They come in different shapes like an arch, round or bean and can each be decorated with a design. We love their latest series of hand-painted mirrors in collaboration with local artist Nona Amoncio. From a dreamy cloud look to a minimalistic sand look. They all are able to give that unique touch to your room.

4. Cotton rugs
Instantly turn any place into a cozy corner with a beautiful rug from Linneas Home. Their cotton rugs give the warmth to your house, without heating up your feet. Whether you want to add a black & white feeling or Moroccan vibe, their handmade rugs will be there.

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