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RL Spotlight: ID Furniture

This home store offers affordable furnishings with different, unexpected styles

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Business partners Bertrand “Bert” Ng and Eugene Lorenzana share a love of furniture, and both noticed the local market’s need for a different kind of home store. Bert explains that the department store finds are often too basic while the high-end pieces can be too expensive. Given this, Bert and Eugene decided to establish ID Furniture, a shop with interesting but reasonably priced items in 2011.

ID’s stylish and varied selection of furniture and décor is perfect for updating one’s home, especially since the pieces are so affordable. For instance, an inexpensive, canary yellow, Chinese-style side cabinet can easily change the look of any room. You can also choose a neon green accent chair to brighten up a corner of your space.

The store offers French, Chinese, European, and Scandinavian-style furniture. Soon, the shop will also carry industrial-style pieces.

For those looking for tiny trinkets, there are also smaller, decorative elements such as beautiful, European LSA vases, JosephJoseph designer kitchenware, and adorable modern accessories for kids’ rooms. 

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Read the original article ("ID Furniture”) in the December 2013 - January 2014 issue of Real Living Magazine. Download your digital copy of Real Living on the Real Living App now! Log on to summitnewsstand.com.ph/real-living for more details. 

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