It was a night of revelry and elegance as home furnishing leader, KARE, and the Philippine Institute of Interior Designers (PIID) welcomed home designers, influencers, and the media, to a masquerade ball at the KARE showroom in The Podium, Ortigas on April 28.
Dubbed the MasKAREde, the trendsetting German furniture brand treated guests to a night that is nothing short of spectacular. Its 1,000-square foot showroom was beautifully masked and draped in mystery as KARE’s unique and stylish pieces were highlighted.
“A masquerade party is a timeless tradition celebrated all over the world, just like KARE’s furniture pieces—elegant, modish, and classic. For us designers, it’s exciting to dress up a place with standout pieces, unmask them, and allow them to highlight a new environment. And KARE pieces always stand out regardless of what your style preference is,” said.
The event showed off KARE’s ecclectic mix of furniture, lighting, accessories, and gifting pieces that allow trendsetters to showcase their individuality and personality; and to transform their living spaces into an astonishing setting. With its endless variety of unique and inspiring products, styles, and services, KARE is able to excite the adventurous and creative minds of Filipinos designers.
Scroll through the photos below to see how KARE’s MasKAREde Ball was able to infuse style, form, and interior design.
During the event, lucky attendees were awarded with special prizes. Winners of the sKAREnger Hunt were gifted with adorable Animal Side Tables, while a livestream participant received a stylish Cherry Stool. KARE and PIID also awarded the Star of the Night with an elegant table lamp, and one lucky raffle draw winner received a gift certificate.
KARE’s showrooms at The Podium and Robinsons Magnolia opened their doors in 2021, and since then, the furniture brand has amazingly transformed some of the country’s living and work spaces.
To know more about KARE, log on to kare.com.ph. Follow their accounts at @karephilippines in Instagram, and KARE Philippines in Facebook.