6 Reasons To Check Out TKSL Lifestyle Shop
There is more to it than charming finds and one-of-a-kind pieces
Lifestyle shops aren't uncommon nowadays. Whether in malls or art fairs, you're bound to see a handful left and right. However, there is one that stands out from the bunch—TKSL along Aguirre St. in Paranaque.
From pastel-colored furniture, reclaimed accent pieces, homecare must-haves, and even interior design services—this store is a one-stop shop for everything you need for your haven. Check out the reasons why we think TKSL is worth the drive:
1. They have flexible aesthetics
Unlike other interior design firms, TKSL is glad to bend their design ideals for their clients. The team is willing to adapt to your vision and requests to provide you with a space you'll love living in.
2. It’s a gold mine for one-of-a-kind reclaimed furniture
Doll cribs turned magazine racks, refinished musical instruments, and Ren bikes to entryway consoles—you can find all these at TKSL at very reasonable prices. The team is consistently building new items from excess materials and flea market finds so we never have to worry about running out of unique pieces to take home.
3. They carry homecare essentials, too
Aside from the adorable home furnishings, they also sell organic and fair-trade homecare essentials including bed linen sprays, fragrances, fabric softeners and even detergent.
4. You can have the furnishing and home must-haves customized
TKSL knows that the little details matter when it comes to bespoke home items. They offer monogramming and embroidery services for pillowcases, napkins, plates and throws that they have available in-store.
5. Fellow creatives can doodle on the walls
TKSL aims to be a creative environment not just for their in-house designers but for artsy clients, too. If you have a talent at making expressive illustrations, feel free to ask permission from the staff to draw on the walls!
6. They hold art workshops for kids
For the young ones who dream of becoming artists themselves, TKSL stages monthly workshops that encourage them to pursue their passion for design. Some of the classes for July are Animals In The Wild (making models of tiny animals), Creating Furniture (woodwork) and DIY Wall Art. For more details, you can visit their Facebook page.
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