4 Things We Love About Mozaic Living
Shopping for furniture has never been this fun
A standout from an endless line of homeware stores along Pioneer street in Mandaluyong, Mozaic Living has been known for being a superb café and an interactive showroom in one.
From geometric mirrors, beds, study desks, accent chairs, succulents, and even organic beauty products—this one-of a kind store has everything you need from A to Z. Aside from showcasing bespoke furniture and artisan coffee, the store would also like to discover up and coming local designers and artists.
Check out the four things we loved about Mozaic Living:
You get to enjoy a delicious cup of coffee
While most stores won't allow you to sit on furniture for sale, the Mozaic Living team encourages you to lounge on the pieces you like while sipping Benguet coffee from their in-house café, Caffeined. As if this treat isn't enough, you can also reward yourself with a slice of Frozen Brazo de Mercedes for a complete relaxing experience.
You can't find the displayed items in-store anywhere else
Breaking away from the trend of importing fittings from abroad, Mozaic Living takes pride in a well-curated collection of 100% local products. The pieces you can find in the store are exclusively handcrafted for the shop to help boost appreciation for Filipino craftsmanship.
The warm and cozy atmosphere makes the store feel like home
From the moment you enter the store, you'll find that the open space instantly feels like a place you could spend hours in. The lived-in look, the welcoming staff, and the laid-back ambience definitely create a vibe that's perfectly reminiscent of coming home to your personal haven.
They pay attention to the little details
No spot in the two-storey showroom is neglected. The team makes sure that every nook and cranny in the store showcases well-thought-out displays with varying themes that add to the overall beauty of the space.
Shot on location at Mozaic Living. Visit their showroom Mondays to Saturdays (9:00am-9:00pm) at #7, 1550 Sheridan, Mandaluyong City. For more information, you can visit their website or follow them on Instagram and Facebook for updates.
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