Because he was 14, Phil Hogg has dreamt of proudly owning his own second-hand store. Now, with its flooring crammed with tiny mountains of ornamentals, salvaged bedframes and a classic electric fan, his dream has materialised in the kind of The Home furniture Den.
Phil and his wife Na Sok opened their next-hand store earlier this month and are offering Siem Enjoy inhabitants with a location to unload what is not wanted and load up with what is.
“The thought is anything I have experienced considering that my teenage many years. I have often cherished next-hand outlets and dreamed of possessing one since I was all around 14 years previous,” Phil mentioned.
“We get furnishings from resorts, guesthouses, restaurants and men and women who are hunting to offer household furniture in bulk or speedily.”
“Our customers who acquire from us can count on some true bargains. We count on to be in a position to get low cost furniture and then market it back again cheap to our buyers.”
The Household furniture Den, not far down the road from BBU Education and learning Centre, has been well received by Siem Enjoy folk so much. Nearby cut price hunter Lidia identified herself frequenting the store in her attempts to refurnish her new house.
“I consider it’s a great concept. The items can be reused and they do not become rubbish, and also you get a excellent price,” she said.
“It’s very good not only for the expats but for the locals, it’s a way to recycle. When men and women determine they do not need something, other individuals can re-use them.”
The Den lately scored huge when it acquired truckloads of furniture from the former 5-star Resort De La Paix, now managed and rebranded by the Park Hyatt.
“We count on to have another resort consignment in March which customers have to seem ahead too,” Phil informed the Insider.
Hogg, who also owns Siem Experience Rooms Guesthouse, has lived in Cambodia given that 2003.