Décor from Phalla Home

Décor from Phalla Home

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With the complications of school, work and every-day stress, it’s nice to come home and enjoy fresh and modern comforts. To do this, we need to find the right home décor.

At Phalla Home, there are three whole floors of adornments and items for interior design. Flowers, vases and crystal lamps fill the store with a feeling of fantastic excitement.

Sear Phalla, the owner of Phalla Home, said that his shop sells all kinds of decorative items for the home, down to special light bulbs and uniquely designed curtains.

He added that all the flowers he sells are synthetic – which is shocking, given my confusion as to whether they were real.

Phalla said that Phalla Home also offers a service decorating homes on site, as well as a service that caters to decorating homes for special ceremonies and holidays.

As I walked through the store’s ground floor, I was drawn in by statuettes with a striking real-life resemblance to people and fish. The lighting surrounding the statuettes made them especially eye-catching.

On the first floor, I immersed myself in a world of crystal lights and chandeliers – and on the second, I enjoyed a garden comprised of hundreds of synthetic colourful flowers.

As for the price of the items, Phalla said, “Even though the items are imports from other countries, the prices still suit our local customers.”

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