Handcrafted baskets by the local artisans of Bicol and La Union. Elegant dinnerware by the master wood workers of Pampanga. Exquisite nito baskets that celebrate the unique art form of the Mangyan of Mindoro.

Gifts from Philippine fields and forests - bamboo, acacia, abaca, rattan, and nito - are transformed into creative pieces in Kultura's latest houseware collection, adding warmth and lightness to your home décor.

This comes at a time when natural materials like rattan and wicker are having their moment as a major interior design trend. And innovative global furniture companies are reinventing these in new ways – think Ikea's rattan pouf, West Elm's luxurious accent chairs, H&M's bounty of baskets. Suddenly, homespun is hot, folklore is fun, traditional is trending, and rustic makes raves.

If you'd like to feel more at home with touches of Filpiniana in your abode, here's where to start with tips from Kultura.

With their the intricate weaves, textures and natural beauty,multi-functional baskets will elevate any space. Whether used as storage solutions, planters and décor, these baskets' neutral colors can easily blend and will add warmth in any space.

Stylish acacia wood dining accessories, on the other hand, with make your tables more inviting. Handcrafted trays made out of coco wood, capiz and mahogany also highlight great entertaining with style.

There are also gifts from our coastal waters - hanging seagrass accents that can be used as pendant lights for your dining area. Flourishing in underwater meadows that resemble grassy fields, seagrass or water hyacinth have an artisanal aesthetic and have been trending because of their durability.

The Home Collection is available at Kultura Stores and www.kulturafilipino.com.