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Shop Of The Week: Design Armoire

Masterfully crafted pieces in this store will make you say #ProudlyLocal

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Photography: Christian Halili

The name of this store will have you thinking: Isn’t an armoire too small to contain furniture pieces? But that is the concept of this store—to make it feel like a cabinet that holds not clothes but stylish furniture. When you enter the store, you’ll see huge lighting pieces hanging from the ceiling, chairs in traditional silhouettes peppering all corners, and a creaky floor that makes you feel like you’re stepping into an old house—all these make for Design Armoire’s unique charm. 

Here are more interesting details about this new shop at Solenad 3 in Nuvali: 

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