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Sanktuaryo 2

Contemporary tropical inspired by the Filipino culture summarizes this one of its kind bedroom. This relaxing yet trendy reprieve is a stimulating combination of contemporary and tropical designs. The daring use of lavish textures all come together to create one sumptuous entirety with the mix of the finest indigenous materials, the most intricate craftsmanship, and the most exquisite attention to detail.

 

Its restrained use of rich color and emphasis on natural materials give it a luxurious yet uncluttered feel. The modern wooden furniture is carved to perfection, featuring the clean contemporary lines blended with the elaborate detail of an antique piece. Wood is used on the walls and the floor to complement the furniture pieces. Furthermore, bamboo is brought in to give the feel of being in an island tropic.

 

The dark stain finish of wood combined with light colored fabrics accentuates the furniture's simplicity but elegant tone. Here, we further observe how the use of material and color are harmoniously fused. For the walls and floor, neutral shades were employed. Splashes of turquoise and tangerine are incorporated on the fabrics and accessories to help brighten up the room.

 

The overall ambiance of the place is that of a cool and calm retreat, somewhere in an island paradise … a place which is truly Fabulous and Filipino.

 

TRADE GALORE INTERNATIONAL, INC.

 

An all-Filipino venture that directly produces and exports a variety of hand-crafted items, supported by fully-equipped factories and staffed by highly skilled artisan labor. Its factory is strategically located within Central Luzon accessible to sources of raw materials and shipping ports.

 

They specia lize in the manufacture of top-of-the-line, export quality furniture, furnishings and decors, like tables, chairs, chests, bedroom sets and other home and office decors of a wide spectrum of designs relating to periods from the Renaissance to Louis XIV-XVI to Art Nouveau and Art Deco.

 

Their pieces of furniture are made from the best Philippine Mahogany (kiln-dried) wood expertly hand-crafted, and where they use only the finest, high-standard finishing process available.

 

They have been mainly exporting to several countries in Europe, USA, Australia, Japan, the Middle East, and other Asian countries, maintaining an impressive track record of on-time delivery and quality par-excellence.

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Taken on October 24, 2007