RL News: Dhalton Home Opens in Magnolia Residences
Step inside this European manor-inspired furniture gallery and bring home a piece of elegance
When you enter Dhalton Home, you will instantly feel an air of elegance and sophistication. The entire space highlights sea foam greens, golds, and browns, and dainty yet regal textures. The whole concept is a vision of creative director and interior designer Geoffrey Chua. After working with different clients, he knows how a home can make one feel special. As he did in the overall conceptualization of the gallery, he went on a mission to look for the right designers and manufacturers that would meet the outstanding standards he wants to offer.
Most of the key pieces in the gallery are sourced in Denmark where it is carefully designed and set for manufacturing. Given the numerous stores and brands offering furniture pieces, what sets Dhalton Home apart are the meticulous details, quality materials, and the rigorous quality control process that each piece goes through. The gallery also carries pieces that are handrafted locally or in other Asian regions. These pieces follow the same manufacturing standards to be able to deliver the brand’s promise of offering only the best to its clients.
To top it all off, Dhalton Home is offering free interior design consultation to its clients – assist them in choosing the right piece of furniture as well as to arrange the overall look of their space. According to Chua, they want to get to know their clients more and their lifestyle so they can suggest the best piece for their space. What’s great about the Dhalton Home team is that they have a team of interior designers – each with his or her own specialty. Given that the preferred styles of clients differ, having a well-rounded team enables them to suggest solutions that will surely help homeowners create a home that they can proudly call their own.
As a furniture gallery, all pieces in the store are carefully curated according to the ideals of the brand which stands for modern luxury and elegance.
Each Dhalton Home piece is finely made from scratch. They took into consideration not just the design but the ergonometrics as well. All furniture are accessible – you don’t have to bend or reach up too much. This is because the team believes that furniture should offer comfort and not the other way around.
Most of the sofas and cabinets are manufactured in Denmark and other parts of Europe, and coordinated with a single supplier in Canada. Items such as the jars and vases are kilned and hand-painted in Shanghai.
In photo: The Austin Sofa, with lawson club chair, ash linen, and black legs; and The Lily, with slate blue studded camelback club and cool gray legs.
In photo: Carnarvon, hand-painted face on black lacquer and stainless legs (can be bought separately: left and right).
In photo: Elizabeth console, hand-painted peony on black gilding.
In photo: Hand-painted yellow and green vase in forest motif.
In photo: Mosaico, wooden mosaic chest of drawers with black lacquer legs.
In photo: Chester Sofa, cream Oxford buttoned sofa; Alfred End Table, black on rubber wood cubist end table; and Fitzgerald, black occasional on copper steel.
In photo: Lincoln Sofa, cream linen tuxedo sofa and Jarvis, rubberwood tray end table.
Dhalton Home, The Magnolia Residences. Ground Floor, N. Domingo Street, New Manila, Quezon City. Tel. no. 806-1327. Follow Dhalton Home on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for updates. You may also visit their website for more information.