Furniture company Mejore marks reentry in the retail industry with the opening of its lifestyle concept store on Dela Rosa Street in Makati. The showroom features a complete line of home furniture, as well as carefully curated decor, home accessories, lamps, paintings and rugs.
ON the heels of outfitting the country’s most prominent hospitality and commercial establishments, the furniture company Mejore pivots back to an expertise that started when the company was founded by Jose Ong in 1983, which is woodworking.
At the time, the company was primarily supplying raw materials to the wood industry until it ventured into furniture manufacturing. “It’s a hundred-percent family-owned business. They were involved in the lumber trade and, naturally, the company evolved into furniture retail. Nathalie Ong [Jose’s daughter-in-law] started the business by catering to the export market and, at the same time, to homemakers by opening up a showroom along C-5,” says Mejore Marketing Consultant Mard Tecson. Read more
Mejore’s Makati retail showroom comes with a complete line of home furniture as well as carefully curated decors, accessories, lamps, painting and rugs.
Philippine furniture design has evolved in the last three decades. From the traditional resort-style giant bamboo sofas and dining chairs, newer furniture pieces have transformed into more contemporary and fluid lines.
World-class designs executed with materials indigenous to our country have made our local furniture pieces a sensation in the international market. Filipino flair means combining the artistry of the Filipino craftsman with the unique tensile and flexible quality of local materials like bamboo and rattan. Read more
Mejore is excited to bring you a fabulous new collection from an award-winning Boston Interior Designer Duncan Hughes for Dowel
Classic mid-centure meets art deco: This small line of carefully designed pieces incorporates lean silhouettes and clean lines against sumptuous style elements that are sophisticated and provocative yet at the same time casual and graceful. Reviving the subtle femininity of American mid-century furniture as filtered through the prism of warm masculinity, a duality that marks the Art Deco period, the Duncan Hughes Collection underscores the designer’s keen understanding of form and scale. Each piece harmonizes pared-back historic shapes with lavish modernity while glowing with warm woods, metal accents, and rich, luxurious fabrics. Read more