From Crate’s bar cabinets to Rags2Riches furnishings
The holidays are fast approaching and so is the time of endless parties and gatherings. And who needs to go out and stress about reservations and the crazy Manila traffic when you got the hottest new bar in town right at home?
Whether you’re hosting a “Wine and Cheese Night” with the girls, a “Game Night” with the boys or a simple yet chic fête among family and friends, Crate and Barrel has got you covered.
From bar cabinets that spell timeless elegance to bar carts that roll in the good times, host like a pro with Crate and Barrel’s best in class cocktail collection.
It’s time to bring the real cocktail hour back home with these functional and stylish pieces that offer value and class to your celebration, for any occasion, all year round.
Shop these and other home essentials at any of the Crate and Barrel stores located at the SM Aura Premier, SM Makati and SM Megamall.
Meanwhile, homegrown pride Rags2Riches has exclusively designed multi-functional home furnishings that are made from artisanal weaves and wooden pallets handcrafted by talented artisans.
These could be used in various ways to suit one’s needs—as a cushioned seat, a coffee table, and as an enclosed chest to hold items inside or as an open-faced shelf. Its utilitarian design caters to every homeowner’s living space.
“There should be more value given to substance and sustainability in the things we use and buy for our homes. We are grateful to Avida for partnering with us for the second time and helping us spread local Filipino crafts. Through our cause, we are also empowering our local communities by giving them a means of livelihood and income,” said Matt Pardinas, sales and marketing manager of Rags2Riches.
Avida Land marketing head Tess Tatco, likewise gave emphasis on the significance of being catalysts for social entrepreneurship.
“Avida wants to give social entrepreneurs a bigger platform to inform and educate society, beginning with our own live communities, currently at 64 with 26,857 homeowners, on the positive impact of buying locally and sustainably-made goods. We want to integrate these sustainable products to the daily lives of homeowners, which is our way of helping improve the livelihood of local weavers,” Tatco said.
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