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Online Store of the Week: Vintage Hardware

Here you will find pipe accessories, lighting fixtures, and the well-loved subway tiles

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When it comes to finalizing the interiors of the home, many homeowners are becoming more creative in terms of décor, furnishings, and other accessories. Gone are the days when one would stick to just one style—especially now that we have access to unique pieces and different stores. Aside from our go-to stops and established brands, we’ve also started exploring online hubs and hidden gems on social media that can help us complete our dream homes.

One store that’s gaining a following online is Vintage Hardware. Owned by Tanya Lloren, the specialty store focuses on providing industrial and vintage style accessories and hardware. Whether you’re looking for pieces to add to your space or simply want to check out a new store, here are a couple of things that you need to know about the shop:

According to Tanya, the pieces highlight a perfect balance between modern and vintage. Each item proves that vintage-inspired accessories still have a place in modern homes.

Aside from subway tiles, Vintage Hardware also offers Arabesque, Honeycomb, and Beveled options, too. These pieces are perfect whether you're completing your bathroom or kitchen.

In photo: Spider Chandelier, available in 8 and 12 variants, in black finish. Buyers have the option to purchase the piece with or without bulbs.

Aside from tiles, they also offer industrial accessories, unique lighting fixtures, barn door hardware, and home must-haves made from pipes.

In photo: Bulb holders, available in gun metal, gold, and bronze, P450 per piece

Our favorites would have to be the quirky essentials made using pipes. The shelves can be placed in the bedroom, bathroom, and even in the kitchen. You can even add one in the living area, too!

The pipe shelves and accessories are fully customizable. Vintage Hardware can give a quote once you have submitted the measurements and other important specifications.

Orders arrive in two to three days if the pieces are in stock. Those who choose items for pre-order might have to wait for three weeks to a month before getting their hands on their orders. By offering readily available and pre-oder options, Vintage Hardware believes that they are giving a wider selection of products to its customers. For more details on how to order, click here.

Prices vary depending on the product line but they can assure the customers that these items fit different styles and budgets.

To learn more about Vintage Hardware, follow them on Facebook and Instagram. You can also visit their new website: vhmanila.com. For inquiries, you can email vintagehardwareph[at]gmail.com.

*Ed's note: Vintage Hardware plans to open an actual store around March in BF Homes, Paranaque. A Quezon City showroom is also in the works. For updates, make sure you follow their social media accounts.

All photos are courtesy of Vintage Hardware.

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