Chambers by The Cebu Project

Chambers by The Cebu Project

Cebu has been known as one of the beautiful city of the Philippines. It is also one of the most progressive city, the land of talented and crafty people, and also splendid beaches and vacation spots.

I remember my first visit in Cebu years back, and am telling you it was an amazing experience. I’ve tried to mingle and managed to blend in the local scene, and appreciate their very accommodating gestures.

And one of the best part of visiting Cebu – I’ve learned that when you tried to learn their local language, your experience will be more pleasant, and the people tends to be more kind.

Chambers by The Cebu Project at Manila FAME 2017



Chambers by The Cebu Project at Manila FAME 2017

Cebu is also home of many famous designers both in fashion and interior designs.

And it was a great pleasure that the enterprises from Cebu have joined the recent 66th Manila FAME show here in Manila, to showcase the Cebuanos artistic and creative designs.

Chambers by The Cebu Project at Manila FAME 2017

Having a huge 340sqm booth that they called Chambers, The Cebu Project which composed of 35 companies showcased their one of a kind designs, featuring new furniture designs, furnishings, fashion accessories, and food. The entire booth, which conceived from a hotel settings, also stressed the fact that Cebu is a resort destination.

Check the photos below during my visit at their humongous booth!

Chambers by The Cebu Project at Manila FAME 2017

Chambers by The Cebu Project at Manila FAME 2017



Chambers by The Cebu Project at Manila FAME 2017

Ohh I couldn’t help but have than fan-girling feeling when I saw their booth! They managed to transform it into a boutique style hotel, which turns to be so gorgeous.

That hanging fibers are so beautiful and a perfect divider for home, your office or even your bedroom. Since it is lightweight and see-through, it could same space, and the air can easily pass through.

I love it!

Chambers by The Cebu Project at Manila FAME 2017

Chambers by The Cebu Project at Manila FAME 2017
This bed looks very luxurious! I always like that kind of bed, which I could also add some curtains around especially when it feels the weather a bit colder.

Chambers by The Cebu Project at Manila FAME 2017

Chambers by The Cebu Project at Manila FAME 2017

Chambers by The Cebu Project at Manila FAME 2017

Chambers by The Cebu Project at Manila FAME 2017

Chambers by The Cebu Project at Manila FAME 2017
And one of the best part if this huge driftwood bar, made from a 70-year old dead tree!

I am so happy thatI got a privileged to attend this season’s Manila FAME, and witnessed many designs from all over the Philippines.


I can’t wait for the next season, this coming April 2018. So please mark your calendar now!


Xoxo, Blair




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  1. That pineapple tote is calling my name.I also love the greenery in the rooms.

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    1. Hahaha yeah I love that pineapple tote. I do regret not buying it.

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  2. I love this post! Those pictures are so beautiful and they make me feel comfortable. Reading this post urges me a desire to go visit Cebu right now. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. You're welcome dear! Cebu is another gorgeous island in the Philippines that is a must-visit. You can dine, shop, travel, and relax all-in-one!

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  3. Such a cool place! I need to visit one of these days. xo, Suzanne

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    1. Oh you must! Cebu will always welcome you! Brings your gals :D

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  4. Beautiful displays, without a doubt. This is the place you want to go to when you're redecorating your room and looking for stylish and up-to-date furniture!

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    1. Looks fresh and makes you feel that you are near the nature. Ohh I fell in-love with these installations.

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  5. Wow! That's look beautiful. I love the backing they used for each showroom. How unique. Adds to the supply Oh and I love the bar made out of wood/branches - just beautiful

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    1. Thank Tina! The backdrop is made of natural fibers.

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  6. I pinned this because I love the boho chic vibe. My friend who is an interior design would of had a ball here!

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    1. Thank you dear! This month we will have another Manila FAME event and I'm excited to discover new designs. Of course I will keep you posted!

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  7. Oh, I so much loved this driftwood bar, I specially love wooden looks and this was aesthetically pleasing for me. Great to know Cebu as a home to designers.

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    1. Yeah. This is a dead driftwood that was damaged due to strong typhoon. The artist decided to make a new life and now it is one of the famous driftwood bar in the exhibition.

      Someone already bought it before the show ended. They just displayed it until the end of the show.

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  8. It sounds like a fun trade show. Each show case looks unique and creative.

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    1. I agree, and every time I turn my head, there is something new and exciting!

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  9. I have always wanted to go to the Philippines and this place is gorgeous! When I finally get there I will have to check this out.

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    1. Thank you Kate, and please explore the Philippines. You'll never regret it.

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  10. Such an awesome event and perfect for people who are looking to update their home with the trendiest and beautiful furniture! It would be nice to go here!

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    1. I agree. This is a unique shopping tour, and lots of choices and unique items that your friends would be so envy.

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  11. Such a beautiful collection! I love the pops of color!

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  12. Wow! Loving all of these bright colors! The "leaves" used to separate the set ups is gorgeous too.

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  13. I love those styles of handicrafts and furniture totally export quality products and Filipino's is one the best countries when it comes to hospitality matter.

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    1. I agree. Hope you visit our next Manila FAME event!

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  14. Wow!! Cebu look to be the most amazing brand! What an event! I pretty much want everything I can see there!

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    1. Thanks dear! Those small guitars are functional, not just for accessories.

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  15. The decor is gorgeous! I feel instantly transported to another world just being amongst the back drop. The furnishings are a work of art, each a master piece in itself!! WOW!! xo, Evelyn, PathofPresence

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    1. Thank you Evelyn! Philippines have a lot to offer, not only beautiful islands, but creative people and world-class products.

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  16. This place looks beautiful! I especially love the skeleton leaf "walls". I'd love to visit one day!

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    1. Thank you dear! Let me know when you will visit :D

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  17. Wow, I need all of these in my home immediately. Such a pretty display.

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    1. Thank you Ada and I hope I made you inspired for your future home designing.

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  18. So many beautiful pieces! We are working on redoing our outdoor space, and there are so many lovely pieces to inspire from Cebu.

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    1. That's great Melanie! You should plan your shopping tourism tour in Cebu. You can enjoy the beautiful islands, and beaches, great food, awesome people, then visit many workshops and suppliers for your home, and have a whole experiential vacation.

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  19. Philippines is always on my bucket-list. Just waiting for a chance to visit it. Off-course Cebu is full of talented and crafty people as I can see in those pics. I loved the style of Boutique turned hotel.

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  20. Oh my.... the design n decorations so beautiful and suit my taste. How I wish I could have this design for my own house.... Nice leh....

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    1. Hello Racheal,

      Visit Cebu soon and you will discover many workshops + all affordable pieces!

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  21. I always thought Cebu is also one of the most advanced places in the Philippines. My friend from the U.S. used to go there for school because her parents thought they had the best schools. I'm so glad to see this because my husband and I plan on going one day!

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    1. That is awesome. Yeah Cebu is a progressive city, and have better lifestyle than Manila.

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  22. It looks beautiful and it looks like you had such an amazing time there. I can definitely see why trying to learn the language helps. Not only do you understand some but they appreciate you are trying to communicate with them and will be happy. I have found that true with most people where we don't speak the same language. If we put out the effort to learn about them and communicate with them, no matter how poorly we do it, they appreciate the effort.

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    1. Communicating with locals even you are stammering to utter their local language is still the best way to communicate with them. Not all locals knows how to speak the Filipino language, so I tried my best to reached them out by learning the language. It breaks barriers and they became more welcoming to guests.

      Plus, there is no grammar-Nazis! Hahaha

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  23. Wow! gorgeous and stunning designs! and materials looks native - this is such a great way of show casing talents and amazing product.

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    1. I agree, and each event is a huge success. many small businesses and new creatives gained new contacts and buyers, and they are always happy.

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  24. I love interior designing and Chambers look like heaven for someone with the same interest. Aren't they creative to transform a space into a boutique hotel??

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    1. These creatives became the suppliers of many boutique hotels and homes, around the Philippines and even across Asia. They have clients from Europe and even USA.

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  25. Angela Ricardo BetheaApril 12, 2018 at 10:16 AM

    It seems that you really had a great time there in Chamber Cebu Project. Those designs looks really unique and beautiful. Awesomeness!

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  26. Omg these beds. Am I the only one so into the decor?! Love it! Yesssss girl!

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  27. What a beautiful hotel! Honestly, I have never heard of this. WE will be going to Cebu in July and we will check this out. :D

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    1. Hello Sigrid,

      Thanks dear, but this is not a hotel. :D

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  28. I can't keep my eyes off that pineapple tote bag ;-) . It is cute.

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    1. Hahaha me too! But I regret not buying it last time. I'm praying that hopefully they join this month's exhibition.

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  29. Beautiful and Wonderful piece all in here. Such an amazing shoecase to have a close encounter with nature. I love this.

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  30. I have been to Cebu before yet. Will check it out for my next visit

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    1. Wow that's cool! Which part of Cebu is your favorite place?

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