You Got Served
Trays for every occasion to serve, store, or simply set off a striking accent to your space
Written by Geraldine Verga I Photographed by Mark Jacob of Studio 100 Photos courtesy of Aranaz, Crate and Barrel, Pottery Barn, and Sweet Pea and Willow.
Trays are often thought of as more functional than decorative. Used for serving multiple drinks or food items, these are the last thing on our mind when we buy essentials for our home, until that moment when we realize that nothing matches any of our china or glassware. Don’t limit yourself to using trays only for serving. In fact, trays are perfect as centerpieces to anchor your candles, succulents, votive, coffee table books, and other knick-knacks. Skip the boring, and check out how these utilitarian pieces can add oomph to your home.
Aranaz T 4/F Mega Fashion Hall, SM Megamall, EDSA corner J. Vargas Avenue, Mandaluyong Phone(02) 861 2819 Emailcontat@aranaz.ph website aranaz.ph Crate and Barrel 4/F Mega Fashion Hall, SM Megamall, EDSA corner J. Vargas Avenue, Mandaluyong Phone (02) 942 0771, 942 0794 Website crateandbarrel.com L’indochine 4/L Mega Fashion Hall, SM Megamall, EDSA cor.,Julia Vargas Avenue, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong The Pietro Collection La Fuerza Compound, 224′ Don Chino Roces Ave., Makati Phone (02) 215 5755, 310 5164 Email email@example.com Pottery Barn Central Square, Bonifacio High Street Central, 30th St. corner 5th Ave., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig Websiie potterybarn.com Sweet Pea and Willow Emailinfo@sweetpeaandwillow.com websiiesweetpeaandwillow.com
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Art of the Cart
The classic bar cart is making a comeback. Here’s how you can roll in style
Written by Geraldine Verga I Photographed, by Mark Jacob of Studio 100 Additional photos courtesy of Crate and Barrel, Mia Fleur, Phoenix Home , and Pottery Barn.
Bar carts have been with us for decades, but they are currently trending back in because of their versatility. Bar carts can easily be towed around any part of the home, making them ideal for tight, compact spaces. Popularly used for serving cocktails or tea, bar carts may also be used to offer your guests their favorite desserts or extra tableware. There is no hard and fast rule, really, except to have fun and keep them stocked with your entertaining essentials. Here are a few trolleys that might strike your fancy.
Crate and Barrel 4/F Mega Fashion Hall, SM Megamall, EDSA corner J. Vargas Avenue, Mandaluyong Phone (02) 942 0771, 942 0794 Websitecrateandbarrel.com Eco Chic Emailinfo@ecochic.com.au Websiteecochic.com.au MiaFleur Emailinfo@miafleur.com Website miafleur.com Phoenix Home 5925 Algier St., Poblacion, Makati Emailftadesgon@gmail.com Website nixalanon.com The Pietro Collection La Fuerza Compound, 2241 Don Chino Roces Ave., Makati Phone (02) 215 5755, 310 5164 Email firstname.lastname@example.org West Elm G/F Estancia Mall, South Wing, Capitol Commons, Shaw Boulevard, Pasig City.