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  •  1,850.00

    “Bahay Kubo, Kahit Munti.Ang halaman doon ay sari-sari.” In Filipino culture, the Bahay Kubo is not only a traditional house made of bamboo and nipa leaves, but also a symbol of unity and family. Inspired by the local folk song that portrays the simple life in the countryside, the bahay…

  •  1,850.00

    Ready for a Boodle Fight? A great way to share food amongst family and friends is by serving different dishes on a table filled with banana leaves. No rules! Just eat with your hands and celebrate the growing popularity of Filipino cuisine. The pièce de résistance of this design is…

  •  1,850.00

    Our modern take on the toile de jouy pattern showcases traditional Filipino games played by children back in the day. Filled with fun childhood memories where games like “piko” and “patintero” were the pastime of free-spirited Filipino children, this design brings a certain air of nostalgia. When was the last…

  •  1,850.00

    Inspired by a vintage tea set handed down from generation to generation, this piece is a nod to the sentimental memories of old family traditions. While in Chinese history, tea ceremonies were often held to celebrate unions and to show familial respect, drinking tea is now a universal language of…

  •  1,850.00

    Inspired by a vintage tea set handed down from generation to generation, this piece is a nod to the sentimental memories of old family traditions. While in Chinese history, tea ceremonies were often held to celebrate unions and to show familial respect, drinking tea is now a universal language of…