Korean furniture store in Baguio
K-drama female leads always have the cutest minimalist home interiors which we love to use as inspiration for our own. However, finding the right pieces of furniture for a Korean-inspired home makeover might not be the easiest of tasks.
Thankfully for avid K-fans who live in Baguio, the Korean furniture store Seollem Home recently opened in the city. The shop will make your heart flutter not only from the minimalist furniture they have for sale but also with its K-drama-inspired cafe inside.
Image credit: Seollem Home
If you love watching Korean home tours on YouTube, you’re going to love Seollem Home’s spacious warehouse filled with minimalist furniture shipped from South Korea.
The Korean furniture store carries Scandinavian-style chairs and tables for dining and studying. They also have shelves and cabinets with different sleek and minimal designs if you’re looking to complete your minimalist workspace.
Minimalist cabinets and shelves
Image credit: @seollemhome
The shop even has larger pieces of furniture such as bed frames and mattresses so you won’t need to go to any other furniture store to complete your Korean-inspired home makeover needs.
Coffee shop within the furniture store
Cafe inspired by Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha
Image credit: @seollemshop
Even if you’re not particularly looking into buying furniture, there’s still something for you to do at Seollem Home besides window-shopping. Inside the furniture store is Seollem Shop, a Korean cafe and gift shop.
Owned by the same creative minds behind the Crash Landing on You and Itaewon Class-inspired Seollem Cafe, the coffee shop within Seollem Home is also inspired by a Korean TV series.
With vintage chairs and tables, it gives the same vibe as the Gongjin cafe where Hong banjang works as a part-timer in the hit K-drama Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha.
Korean cafe menu
Image credit: @seollemcafe
To give you a Korean cafe experience, Seollem Shop serves Korean drinks from Seollem Cafe’s menu.
There’s a wide variety of hot drinks such as the dalgona (honeycomb toffee) latte and misugaru (multigrain) latte that costs P135 to P155 (~USD2.68 to USD3.08), perfect for warming up from Baguio’s cold climate.
In case you’re planning to visit in the summer, they also serve iced versions of their drinks as well as fruit fizzes, fruit-flavored milk, and alcoholic and non-alcoholic flavored beers.
An illustration of Seollem Home’s location in Baguio
Image credit: @seollemhome
If you’re planning to go to Baguio to get minimalist furniture, you won’t have to worry about locating Seollem Home. It’s close to the central business district in ECCO 4 building in Military Cut-off so it’s just a short car or taxi ride if you live near the downtown.
The building is also located close to many hotels and transient houses so you won’t have to worry about lugging your furniture purchases in hilly Baguio City.
Seollem Home’s Christmas sale
Now is the perfect time to check out Seollem Home. The Korean furniture store is holding a month-long Christmas sale this December with different types of furniture on sale each week.
However, if you’re coming from outside Baguio, remember to get a tourist pass from the Visita Baguio website to enter the city. Slots may already be fully booked for the holiday season but you can book a slot for the earlier months of 2022.
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