6 Things To See at the Philippines International Furniture Show 2016
Relish a one-of-a-kind experience and find decor and design inspiration for your home
Imagine entering a room filled with pieces and furnishings crafted by Filipino artists—it can be quite overwhelming, and at the same time you can't help but feel immense joy and pride. If you're always on the look out for new creations and trends to watch for, better make the most of the weekend and drop by the Philippines International Furniture Show at the SMX Convention Center. Aside from reviewing our list of reasons why you shouldn't miss it, we also took note of some of the things that you need to see in person. Bring your friends and keep this checklist:
If you're planning to incorporate subtle hues and Pantone's picks for the year, you better check out this booth.
For unexpected pieces that will allow you to channel the vibe of the summer, this booth should be on top of your list.
Chairs as wall accents? It is possible! Make sure you check out the elegant pieces of E.Murio and who knows? You might find the perfect chair for your reading nook.
Be among the first to see Vito Selma's newest collection Remini, highlighting pieces that have stories to tell. We especially loved the bookshelf—it represents the highs and lows of life; and the tables with flexible legs that evoke nostalgia, an ode to past collections.
Ever wondered what it's like to have a space that's reminiscent of a sketchbook? Hacienda Crafts' concept features charming drawings as backdrop and their lovely pieces that bring the whole booth to life. Make sure you check out the lamps, baskets, and placemats.
Boysen’s Color Lab
Fond of colors? Whether you love mixing and matching hues or you're looking for the right shade for your space, this booth is perfect for you. You get to wear a lab coat, experiment, and mix various hues.
For design inspiration for your home, drop by the Philippines International Furniture Show at the SMX Convention Center from March 11 to 13. Visit www.pifs.ph for more details.
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