Furniture, lighting, bedding, gardening and everything else to do with lifestyle can be found at Korea’s largest showroom/store, Maison Ticia. Those who’ve never been interested in decorating their interior might find a new passion for it upon visiting this store and easily spend a whole day roaming through its many sections. From beginning to end, you will be bombarded with beautiful, ornate and useful products that you will have to heavily retrain yourself from buying. With reasonable pricing, these objects might be another reason to save up money. The most impressive was the tableware section. The selection includes Ji Seung-min’s ceramic tableware, Matahari Rattan products made from a small village in Myanmar, handmade glass from Thailand, J. K. Adam’s well designed wooden plates and even Japanese cookware designed by Sori Yanagi.