Homes are built as a sanctuary, while offices are designed for productivity. But in these times, bedrooms, dining spaces, and even the oddest corners of the room, must now have the flexibility to be converted into functional spaces for working and learning.
Silid, DTI Go Lokal!’s new exclusive collection by Common Room, has all that in mind, with over 20 products designed by local makers, especially for small spaces.
The work-from-home (WFH) collection features water-colored ferns and patterns in calming colors, inspired by a minimalist’s design principles and maximalist’s love of texture.
“It’s an honor to be able to partner with DTI Asec. Rosvi Gaetos and DTI Go Lokal! for our fourth collection,” said Roma Agsalud, co-founder of Common Room, a collaborative space that houses over 200-plus local crafters and brands. “Our goal for Silid was to mix function for small space mobility with calm and creativity for wellness.”
Tala-arawan, a wall calendar by The Cork Project, is perfect for shared spaces and schedule coordination, and karatula door signages can help keep out distractions during your online meetings.
Manila Increation Studio’s laptop gear gadget stands and table organizer trolleys help you move around your workspace of the day. Rawtura’s mesa works both as a side or overbed table. Sinop by Izzo Shop is a multi-pocket organizer caddy for your bed or sofa.
When work is done, revert rooms back into a relaxing retreat with PopJunkLove’s alalay foot rests and kandong lap cushions. Luna Maia’s langhap reed diffusers, hilom roller blends, and liwanag aromatherapy candles with essential oil blends that soothe and help manage your mood.
Life After Breakfast’s tasa watercolored ceramic mug is your companion for work or rest. Takda notepads by Louise Ramos help clear out mental load, and give each day a fresh start.
The Silid collection curated by Common Room is just among the many local finds one can shop at the Go Lokal! Concept Store that now has a new look.
The fresh design of the Go Lokal! Concept Store follows the minimalist sanctuary theme created by the Design Center of the Philippines (DCP). With newly installed ceiling, fences, and landscape at the DTI frontage that give the store a homey ambiance, Go Lokal aims to boost the morale of the business community and the local MSMEs by providing a venue to showcase their products minus the high costs of renting a retail outlet.
Visit the newly renovated Go Lokal! Concept Store and get your hands on the Silid collection by Common Room to achieve a better balance for work and rest. To learn more about the products and designers, visit www.facebook.com/DTI.GoLokal.