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Manila, Philippines

Take Your Home Décor Shopping to the Next Level

For the passionate patrons of home buddies, they always try to find something new to amp up their humble and cozy abodes. From D.I.Y. to locally sourced items, there’s always a next item that will catch their eyes and wallets.

From the pasillos of Divisoria, halls of Dapitan Arcade and the upcoming opening of IKEA Philippines, the options are tremendous.

Here comes Manila Merch PH, they offer locally handmade products for tabletop essentials to their best-selling rattan products and showcasing the beauty of the Filipino culture by continuously offering not only decorative but functional pieces for your cozy home.

To help you in choosing your next Manila Merch PH must-have, keep reading!

Napintas or Beautiful Inabel is a handwoven fabric produced on old traditional weaving tools by talented weavers from the northern Philippines. It goes through an intricate process with techniques passed down through generations.

Made cotton, Inabel fabric can be in Wasig (Plain), Trambia, Face to Face and Brocade. It can be used as a throw blanket, bed cover, shawl, table runner, and many others, depending on the size. The price starts at P950 to P1,280 for single, double and queen size blankets.

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Back in the early 2000's, rattan was a staple wood décor in every Filipino household. From chairs, tables and up to placemats, rattan is the way to go.

Now, Manila Merch is bringing back the rattan craze in a more refined and stylish way. Last June 2020, they started to offer pieces made of natural fibers. It was their love for Raffia fiber, used mainly for baskets and placemats, which made them release their first collection out of it. Since then, they had 2 more collections that featured Abaca, aka the strongest natural fiber in the world", and Solihiya, a famous rattan weave, as the stars.

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Their rattan products eventually expanded to table napkin rings, storage boxes, all-around trays, and food covers. Their newest pick is a beautiful rattan chair, perfect for verandas and nooks.

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Which one will you cop first, an Inabel blanket or their Solihiya placemats and coasters? But why choose one, when you can get both? Let us know in the comments which of these are your must-haves!

Drop by Manila Merch PH's official Facebook and Instagram page and place your orders before their stocks runs out.


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