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Shop of the Week: Mandaue Foam

This home furniture store is a one-stop shop for everything you need for your personal space

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Photography: Dairy Darilag Styling: Issa Villar and Dagny Madamba

Ever since Mandaue Foam opened its showroom, it has become apparent that the company has evolved beyond being a foam manufacturer based in Cebu. Walk into any of its Metro Manila branch, and you’ll be greeted by a wide array of home furnishings—curtains, pillows, figurines of varying styles, ottomans, living room sets, closets and vanity mirrors, bed linens, dining sets, and of course, beds and mattresses in different kinds and sizes.

Mandaue Foam’s newest branch along Shaw Boulevard, which opened last August 2013, is the latest addition to the other 18 stores in the country. “We needed a location that is more central and more accessible in Metro Manila. Our other showrooms are located in areas a bit farther away in Ortigas Avenue Extension, Las Piñas, and Quezon Avenue,” explains marketing manager Ryan Uy.  

So what’s new in Mandaue Foam-Shaw? “They can expect the same Mandaue Foam shopping experience in our newest branch in Shaw,” says Ryan. “For each of our showrooms, we aim to offer a complete furniture shopping experience. Basically, everything you need to furnish your home or condominium, you can find at Mandaue Foam and at very reasonable prices, because we believe that you should not have to pay a lot to get great furniture.” The branch on Shaw Boulevard is three-stories high, showcasing a complete range of everything you need for your home, whether you’re starting from scratch or redecorating.

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And soon, all Mandaue branches will be offering more products, making it indeed a one-stop shop for everything you need for your home. “We plan to continue expanding our product lines to include built-in cabinets and kitchens. We also plan to continue expanding our retail outlets to areas we have not yet covered not only in Luzon, but in our home region of Visayas and Mindanao,” says Ryan.

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