Shop Kinto, Loveramics + More Minimalist Home Finds at This Online Store
We're obsessed with every piece on their site!
(SPOT.ph) When you picture the so-called "millennial aesthetic," a certain image comes to mind—neutral tones, clean-cut shapes, well-lit spaces, and the like. It's these elements that make up the picture-perfect, IG-worthy, curated-from-corner-to-corner minimalism that you see on everything these days from clothing to table spreads. Vanity Fair notes that the no-frills style was defined and popularized by Kinfolk magazine. Whether or not you were a loyal follower of the title, we know you know the look to a tee. And whatever critique of minimalist home finds you might have, you can't deny its pristine appeal.
In case you can't get enough of the style and to save you time to curating every inch of your life to fit into your minimalist fantasy, we found the perfect online store for you to check out: Meet CATO, a digital concept store with a chic assortment of home and lifestyle essentials you'll be hard-pressed to find anywhere else in Manila.
CATO's collection of modern home and lifestyle finds includes four brands: Kinto, the famous Japanese tableware brand, creates tumblers and reusable cups that balance aesthetic and practicality. The pieces feature neutral tones and clean shapes that make them both elegant and understated.
If you're in need of stylish finds for your kitchen or dining room, CATO carries Hong Kong-based brand Loveramics, which makes “traditional tableware [that] exhibit[s] a touch of playfulness" according to CATO's website. Their lineup includes cups, saucers, plates, bowls, and other ceramics in cute but fuss-free designs.
Lamana is the Philippine-based partner of Japanese furniture label Ishinomaki Laboratory and they create sensible wooden furniture "marked by clean lines and straightforward functionality." If you’ve ever set foot inside a Japanese café or apartment, you’ll know right away that these modern furniture pieces fit the form-meets-function aesthetic.
W&P's line of tumblers, reusable cups, and food containers are designed with the idea that "the things you use to cook, eat, and drink could have a positive impact on your life," according to the brand's website. The result is travel-friendly containers in #aesthetic designs that you can use at home or on-the-go.
You can shop Kinto, Loveramics, Lamana, and W&P on CATO's website.
For more information, log on to CATO's Instagram page.
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