How Philux Home is a nest of all lovely local finds

At Philux, we take pride in the fact that our brand is homegrown and each piece is handmade by local artisans and artists from all over the Philippines.

If you’ve visited the Philux Home showroom at Shangri-La at The Fort, you may have noticed the wide selection of home decor pieces from sculptures, lamps, and beaded pillows to candles, trays, and marble coasters. They are perfect complements to our furniture as they, too, are proudly Filipino made and have been carefully sourced from our country’s most talented and skilled.

A highlight is Philux’s collaboration with world renowned Filipino designer Bea Valdes on furniture pieces as well as home decor such as this lovely one-of-a-kind white sculpted trays in bone china.


These intricate pillows are every art collector’s dream! Bea used different materials that all came beautifully together- paint, beading, embroidery, and appliques.

Philux Home’s Abaca rugs are available in a variety of textures and shapes and are sourced from the Albay province, supporting the humble weavers who skillfully create these beloved decorative pieces.

The lifestyle showroom also offers exquisite marble pieces from the province of Romblon, as well as T’nalak accent pillows from the Cordilleras.

Philux Home also carries a collection of crochet toys as part of the Little Philux line made from an impoverished community in Manila. This project supports the livelihoods of the women who are trained to crochet these little travel buddies, and their families, providing them with opportunities for a better chance at life.

We live in a country where our culture is so exceptionally rich, especially when it comes to design, so to maximize this is an opportunity to support our local artisans. Many of our products are unique in the sense that they are made using practices exclusive to the Filipino people, some of which have been passed down through many generations. The dream, really, is to fill every Filipino home with things made by Filipino hands and of the Filipino heart.