Coming Home to Mandaue Foam

Thursday, July 26, 2012

What makes you go home? There are only three things that makes me go back to my safe haven: my family, my bed and our home furniture or pieces that I was used to seeing and using. That is why I still feel uncomfortable on sleeping in other place.

Personally, I have a fascination with interior design and it is evident on my Sims addiction. I love to coordinate each rooms with the perfect pieces that will represent "me." I even love browsing Tumblr and Pinterest for a few inspiration.

Back to reality, it is difficult to find the perfect pieces for the perfect home you are creating. Some are not always available that is why we tend to lean to a foreign brand. Well, I am glad to say that I have found the perfect brand that will always feel like home: The Mandaue Foam.
It is a cebu-based home store that showcases high-quality foams and furnitures that can be competed to the world market. Because of its rapid expansion, it has now some showrooms in Iloilo, Bacolod, Cagayan de Oro, Butuan, Davao and General Santos.

Here are my top 3 picks from the Mandaue Foam.
Samantha Bed with 2 Night Stand
I love the very feminine and vintage vibe of it. It is very traditional and perfect for girls or ladies out there. The 2 night stand are just what I need because I have a lot of books and accessories to put aside.

Gregory Bookcase
In contrast with the first furniture I posted, this one is on the modern side. I love how creative the shelf, itself, and how it can help you play on displaying your books.

Again, another classic pieces that I really love from the Mandaue Foam. It is very elegant, chic and it gives off a very luxurious vibe. As a woman, I would love to have one because it has that really dramatic effect that we usually in classic movies.

I know that these three pieces will be seen in my future home!

For more information about Mandaue Foam, watch this video:

Your home, your imagination!

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