40 Philippines Traditional Home Design Photos

Kate Thornley-Hall
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specific type of palm tree found in Africa, South America and parts of the Philippines. The membrane on the back of each leaf is torn off to create a long and
dyed and woven into textiles. Tip: Handwoven raffia from Africa or the Philippines that has been yarn dyed prior to weaving has the most consistent color
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Affordable Philippine Mahogany wine cellar
Signature Wine Cellars
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Affordable Philippine Mahogany wine cellar
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Affordable Philippine Mahogany wine cellar
Signature Wine Cellars
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Affordable Philippine Mahogany wine cellar
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Affordable Philippine Mahogany wine cellar
Signature Wine Cellars
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Affordable Philippine Mahogany wine cellar
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Affordable Philippine Mahogany wine cellar
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