My Finds At The Negros Fair

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After our usual family Saturday night mass, we decided to hop on over to the Negros Fair over at Power Plant, Rockwell. Nicky, my brother-in-law, whose roots can be traced back to Bacolod, introduced us to their yummy food some years back. So annually, we make it a point to go and eat Chorizo Pudpud, Chicken Bacolod and yesterday’s best discovery The Freakin’ Chicken! 
With our tummies full, we decided to browse through the tent. Over at the booth of Hacienda Crafts, these gorgeous stools caught my eye:

Pretty stools by the T’boli Tribe

This weave, Tinalak, is centuries old. It reminds me of the popular Ikat prints that is all the rage in home decor and furnishings in the US and Europe. 

These hanging lamps are fashioned out of natural materials.

 Some buri baskets I would love to own. I need more storage at home!

Rafia placemats on top coconut twig placemats. I love the green Chevron-esque designs!

Colorful napkin rings.

I seriously wanted to take this home.


Founded in the early 1990s in Central Philippines, Hacienda Crafts taps Negros Island artistry and sustainable natural materials to create distinctive high quality home decor and furniture. Their hand-crafted designs go beyond borders of culture and taste. Using indigenous weaving techniques, Hacienda Crafts breathe warmth and rustic charm into every contemporary living space.  

Source: Hacienda Crafts Corporate Profile


Hurry! Visit them over at the Negros Fair, Power Plant Mall. Today is their last day.