4 Fun Stores To Check Out At Artifact II
More reasons why you shouldn't miss the pop-up for the modern home
Sometimes, even after scouring all the retail shops and flea markets in your area, you still come home empty-handed and unsuccessful in finding the perfect pieces for your upcoming redecoration project.
If you've ever been in this situation, maybe it's time to branch out and explore pop-up stores. From July 8 to 10, Ampersand Collective and Alabang Town Center are staging Artifact II: A Pop Up For The Modern Home to showcase local and bespoke finds from different creative hubs in the country. Check out our list of must-visit booths during the event below:
Unlike other custom-made furniture stores, Tinkerknot provides decor and trinkets crafted out of 100% locally sourced wood and steel. They take pride in their curated collection and signature items that aren't mass-produced—whether it's the clothes racks made from hardwood and recycled steel pipes or the carved columns—you can be sure that every piece is unique in its own way.
For those who have a soft spot for travel accessories and handmade homeware, Tweed & Twine doesn't disappoint. Using textured fabric, wax or resin, every item is designed with style and purpose in mind before being carefully crafted into functional pieces that can be a part of your daily routine.
Looking for high-quality, quirky furniture? Make sure you drop by the Studio Desegnio booth. Aside from furniture, they also carry custom-made doors, unique sculptures, accent pieces and even offer reupholstery services.
While you're still saving up for a genuine Van Gogh to hang in your humble abode, you can showcase your love for classic art through everyday essentials and make every moment a chance to express your creativity. Take your pick from the works of Gustav Klimt, Claude Monet, and Georges Seurat printed on umbrellas, wall clocks, coasters and more!
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