Hip and affordable—some of the best things in life are found at this diverse design hub
Picture a perfect weekend. Enjoying a few chapters or a catnap in the patio, under the cool shade of umbrellas the colour of summer. Catching up with friends over dinner, in a room illuminated by intricate wireframe lanterns. Or trying out the newest recipes with the coolest equipment in the kitchen. With Crate and Barrel, the best weekends are easily the ones spent at home.
Presenting an extensive collection of furniture and homeware, Crate and Barrel has become a mecca for beautiful contemporary home design. Its homestores across the globe carry a wide variety of styles, shapes, and sizes— furniture in natural materials and modern architectural aesthetics; bedroom linen in classic colours, solid hues, and playful prints; and glasses and flutes for all types of drinks, to name a few. The brand’s impressive portfolio also includes exclusive pieces from collaborations with over 50 artists and designers from all over the world. Each piece is unique yet practical and affordable.
When it first opened its doors in 1962, founders Gordon and Carole Segal made it their mission to provide quality design at exceptional prices. Staying true to this mission for over 50 years, Crate and Barrel has seen a continuous growth in its following. Today its exceptional and affordable designs are available globally, through homestores in key locations outside its US homebase—like Canada, Mexico, Dubai, and Singapore—and its online shopping and shipping services to anywhere in the world. Most recently, it opened its first Manila branch at the SM Megamall Fashion Hall. The store’s mix of items matches the equally eclectic tastes of Filipino homeowners and design enthusiasts. Whatever your style is—classic, cheeky, minimalist, or fancy—there is something to discover on the shelves of Crate and Barrel.
TOP Colourful summer umbrellas from Crate and Barrel
BOTTOM Hoyne Pendant Light Pendant lamp crisscrosses in an open-weave of sculptural geometry. Iron wire sphere is hand-welded and finished as galvanised steel for an earthy, industrial look