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Bring the Warmth of Summer Into Your Home with Curated Home’s New Collection

Liven up your spaces with Summer Wind, a collection that showcases the colors and vibes of the sunny season

Photography: courtesy of Curated Home

What comes to your mind when you think about summer? Some would immediately reminisce about family trips, sojourns by the beach, and just basking under the sun. The sunny season brings a different kind of warmth, which you can definitely feel in the air.

Taking inspiration from the colors associated with summer, Ito Kish and Curated Home came up with Summer Wind, a collection that showcases pieces inspired by the sun and the earth. Aptly called Golden Sun and Flora and Fauna, respectively, the two collections under Summer Wind will remind you of snug afternoons and summer nights.


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In a press release, Curated Home explains that “the collection finds its roots in imposing vessels in earth’s innumerable hues.” From taupe and sand tones, to paisley and coral prints – homeowners will surely delight in sprucing up every corner of the home with the handpicked items.


“Our vases are beautiful as decorative pieces or used for greens. I like the wooden trays with metal stand as I have not seen them in the market. Again, it can be decorative or used as trays to serve fruits and candies. You can also check out the throw pillows as it’s all about summer,” shares visual storyteller Ito Kish, who personally curates the items for the brand.

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Check out some of the pieces from the Summer Wind collection below:


Ceramic Paisley Plate, P1, 299


Golden Sun Ceramic Vase, P599 | Framed Prints, P399 to P499

Earth Glass Vases (available in Amber and Taupe), P599 to P1, 299 | Earth Ceramic Vases, P399 to P499


Glass Decoupage Dish Tray, P599

Ceramic Planter Vases, P599, P999, P1, 699 (price differs according to size)


Curated Home’s Summer 2022 Collection is available in Robinsons Department Store branches and online via Curated Home Official LazMall and Shopee Mall, Robinsons Department Store by GoRobinsons. You can also shop for décor pieces via the Robinsons Department Store Official stores on Lazada and Shopee.

For your convenience, you may also shop from the comfort of your home and have personal shoppers assist you. You may call or message 0917LOVEROB (0917568372) or chat with Robinsons Department Store on Facebook for inquiries.

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