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3 Reasons to Visit Dhalton Home this Weekend

A visit to the store is like going on a free trip to Europe!

Photography: Dairy Darilag

It's not surprising that many of us admire elegant homes and English manor-inspired spaces. These houses have a distinct sophistication that give off a classic and timeless appeal. If you're one of the many who would like to achieve this look, you better schedule a trip to Dhalton Home soon.

Dhalton Home is a local brand that features quality pieces that can be used in Filipino homes. “It’s not just a furniture shop, but a shop that offers a lifestyle,” shares owner and interior designer Geoffrey Chua. Curious as to what this lovely store has to offer? Here are three reasons why a visit is a must: 

The pieces showcase high quality materials and exceptional design

The premium quality of the furniture pieces in Dhalton Home is attributed to the fact that these are made using state-of-the-art technology and specialized machinery. In applying lacquer finish, for instance, an infrared lacquer booth is used, adding a well-defined duco-like finish to the product. Also, with materials such as reused wood, technology comes in only to bring out the beauty of the pieces.

Standards are followed in terms of furniture size and height

“Our furniture is in its proper height, length, and depth. The danger of customizing, sometimes, is that it’s no longer fit for the posture of your body or your reach, as in the case of a low drawer. There are standards in furniture design that are in place so you will feel comfortable. When you sit on a chair, for example, that’s exactly how your body should react to the chair,” Geoff says.

They offer consultation services

Sometimes when you enter a shop, it’s difficult to pick a piece because you’re not sure if that piece will suit your interiors. No need to worry as Dhalton Home offers free interior design consultation to its clients. The team usually assists their clients in choosing the right piece of furniture as well as to arrange the overall look of their space. According to Geoffrey, they want to get to know their clients more and their lifestyle so that they can suggest the best piece for for the space.

Dhalton Home is located at G/F, The Magnolia Residences, N. Domingo Street, New Manila, Quezon City. 

This snippet originally appeared in the August 2015 issue of Real Living Magazine. Minor edits have been made by the editors. Download your digital copy of Real Living on the Real Living App. Log on to for more details.

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