6 Locally Made Products for Your Bathroom
Choose Pinoy and beam with pride with these items that can complete your private space
It's amazing to see how the local design and furniture industries have grown over the years. Filipino brands and stores are making a difference with the craftsmanship and ingenuity of their products. Show your love and appreciation for proudly Pinoy products by filling your bathroom with a couple of amazing finds.
We guarantee you that with these picks, your bathroom will look much better and cozier:
An extra side table can help keep the bathroom free from clutter. Use it to display a vase of fresh flowers and mini succulents. You can also place a tray on top to keep jars of essentials in place.
Mikka Side table, P8,500, Urban Abode.
Add a warm Pinoy touch to the space by using woven baskets to store extra towels, tissue paper, and other toiletries.
Woven Basket, P375, Bungalow 300.
To complete this private space, you need to invest in a quality light fixture. You can opt for this sleek and modern piece that can also serve as an accent in the bathroom.
Hurricane Lamp, P400, Edition Lifestyle.
Jars are interesting touches already but if you want to take it further, you can use it to display flowers too!
Two-tone Cornerstone Jar, P1820, Bungalow 300.
Ditch those worn-out containers for your bathroom essentials and opt for these stylish wooden pieces instead. It can give your space a distinct rustic look and it can be part of a vignette as well.
Wood Chip Crates, P550 each, Urban Abode.
Glass pieces are worthy additions to any space as these items add a classic yet sophisticated touch. What more if these are receptacles for your favorite soaps and lotions? Such must-haves like these items by Ritual combine form and function in one.
Ritual Liquid Soap P250 (large), P165 (small), Bungalow 300.
This snippet originally appeared on the April 2015 issue of Real Living Magazine. Minor edits have been made by the realliving.com.ph editors. Download your digital copy of Real Living on the Real Living App. Log on to summitnewsstand.com.ph/real-living for more details.
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