Bahay, a new design studio, is opening in Culver City. There is an opening celebration party tonight (May 9th) at the store: 3825 Main Street, Culver City, 90232.
The press release can be read below the fold.
(Every Tuesday, there is a Farmer's market on Main Street so the street will be closed. Please park in the Cardiff Parking Structure on Cardiff Street, one block West of Main Street, between Venice Blvd. and Culver Blvd.)
Bahay means home in Tagalog, the national language of the Philippines. It is the idea of home that inspires the creators of Bahay, who believe a home should consist of not only wonderfully made furniture, but art and accessories which create an environment that is a reflection of one's true personality and style.
Bahay features their own contemporary designs as well as pieces inspired by modern furniture masters of the 20th century. Bahay's Furniture is made using the best techniques such as mortise and tenon joinery coupled with natural raw materials and exotic hardwoods, resulting in beautifully crafted products at reasonable prices.
In addition, Bahay offers a Bespoke Furniture Service, which allows clients to customize designs for their home. Bahay will assist clients from the conception of the design all the way to the finished product.
Beyond unique furnishings, Bahay showcases artwork by celebrated contemporary artists from around the globe including Kevin Ancell, Chad Attie, Andrew Cramer, Melinda Hackett, Britt Michaelian, Peter Tunney, and Edwin Wilwayco.
Bahay 3825 Main Street, Culver City, CA 90232