Furniture for PBB housemates

SB Furniture creates a dream home for Pinoy Big Brother housemates. The longest running reality TV show in the country is taking a new path and doing a lot of firsts in this new season. But the trip to Vietnam and the pre-season introduction between the housemates aren’t the only exciting additions to ABS-CBN’s Pinoy Big Brother: Lucky Season 7. The audience has noticed that Bahay ni Kuya is now decked out in simply beautiful, stylish and bold new SB Furniture.

Stylish chairs, such as SB Furniture’s Jiji accent chair and Jelly sofa, add color to the popular Bahay ni Kuya 
Celebrity and teen housemates find themselves lounging on the Jelly sofas and the Jiji and Sachem accent chairs. The blue Apmania sofas found at different parts of the Big Brother house serve as rich pops of color in its rooms.

Whether cooped up in the house for  100 days or just wanting a cozy place to come home to, SB Furniture is ready to provide the best home solutions. 

Blue Apmania sofa provides rich pop of colors to any house
Drop by their stores and showrooms in BGC and Makati, where you can find stylish, quality pieces, and also get a free layout consultancy for your home with in-store design experts.  

SB Furniture, which offers only European-quality and eco-friendly pieces, has made thousands of homes as stylish and comfortable as the Pinoy Big Brother house. With their durable, trendy, and value for money furniture, SB Furniture is a great partner to help you create your own dream home.

For more information, visit and sbfurniturephilippines on Instagram.

Topics: SB Furniture , Pinoy Big Brother
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