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Shop Of The Week: Mozaic Living

A visit to this store isn't going to be your typical shopping trip

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Photography: Edric Borja

Pioneer in Pasig is a well-known hub for interesting furniture, decor, and other home finds. While surveying the area, we came across Mozaic Living—a one-stop-shop for decor and a well-deserved me-time. 

A coffee house and interactive showroom under one roof, Mozaic Living champions Filipino craftsmanship through bespoke local products. They have an extensive selection of geometric mirrors, beds, study desks and intricately carved chairs that are exclusively handcrafted for the shop.

Once you step inside, you'll find that the open space is reminiscent of  the warmth of a real home. The friendly staff and lived-in feel of the place makes you feel like you are coming into your personal sanctuary.

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