June 20, 2008

Philippine handicrafts

Welcome to one of my favorite mall shops: Kultura (culture). It sells nothing but Philippine handicrafts, from hardwood furniture to home accessories, formal clothes to beachwear, jewelry to toys. Narra, bamboo, rattan, pearls, shells, coconut, piña and batik are just some of the wonderful materials that the products are made of. In this one store, you can get items crafted from all over the Philippines.

Kutura store

9 comments:

Louis la Vache said...

"Louis" has been visiting your other blog; he thought he would stop by here today, too!

"Louis" is still reading William Manchester's biography of MacArthur. "Louis" is at the part where MacArthur is preparing for the invasion of the Philppines. Very interesting reading!

Layrayski said...

I visited kultura too. I liked it. Classy.

nobu said...

It is attractive furniture for me.

Ken said...

It looks like an amazing store.

Ming the Merciless said...

Thanks for visiting NYC Daily Photo.

Wow, it looks like a beautiful place to spend an afternoon or two. I love the bench/coffee table in the bottom half of the photo. Ohhh...and the pillows. :-)

Steven (Cavite Daily Photo) said...

Wow! I like that shop too! Also Balikbayan handicrafts. I was even shocked to see a pair of pearl earings there worth 100,000 Pesos. Wow! But my mom said, It's even cheap. There are others that are worth half a million!

Thanks for your prayers! I feel much better than yesterday. Hope that If ever school's back tomorrow, I'll be well as a cow again!

God BLess and Mabuhay^^

Steven

Carraol said...

Very interesting pieces of furniture, is a huge place, isn't?

Jana said...

Beautiful furnishings!

Carlos Miguel De Villa said...

Kultura furnitures is a mirror of some native furnitures here in the Philippines. By the way, like Kultura, I found a great furniture store that sells luxurious ones, you can click here.