Steltz, The Gallery’s annual sale

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Have you been looking for the perfect centerpiece for your home? Head over to Steltz, The Gallery for some serious retail therapy and where designer lighting fixtures are offered at big discounts as part of its annual sale which runs until June 30. 

The red tag sale is exclusive to all FLOS collections featuring exquisite works by design icons Philippe Starck, Jasper Morrison, Achille Castiglioni, Antonio Citterio, and Marcel Wanders to name a few. 

FLOS Gun Lamp

FLOS, a company founded in 1962 in Merano, Italy, has made its mark in the world of interior design with its unconventional approach to the art of lighting, weaving tradition into revolutionary trends. Recognized with numerous awards for its unparalleled craftsmanship, FLOS has always cultivated creative collaborations with great lighting artists resulting to eclectic collections of functional yet sophisticated pieces and commercially successful products that can be found in many upscale homes, hotels, and industrial settings. 

Dining areas become bright and stunning with beautiful lighting by Skygarden

The FLOS collections feature an extensive and versatile range of lighting fixtures that creates a dramatic ambiance in any space. The pendant light collection offers a selection of modern and minimalist designer lamps that complement any décor. Its floor lamps are striking in their simplicity and cast a magical brilliance to a room. Customers will also be delighted with FLOS’ Wall & Ceiling Light Collection with its intuitive designs made with revolutionary materials. 

K tribe lamp by FLOS adds a dramatic ambiance to any space 

Discounts are good for all FLOS items that are currently on stock or for items that customers may wish to order.  

Check out Steltz’s annual sale and visit their showroom at 6th floor, East Wing of Edsa Shangri-la Plaza Mall or call (02) 642-1421 or 470-1617 for more details. Visit their website www.steltzinternational.com for other collections.

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