Yes, it’s outside, and yes, it’s probably getting dusty. Ah, well, you know, that’s how things go here. 🙂
I’ve seen a few places that sell furniture like this.
The upstairs of that building looks like it could be the owner’s home, judging by the sarong (blue batik pattern on the left) and other fabric items hanging on the railing to dry.
There are also upscale furniture shops with showrooms all enclosed, like Damro and the like, similar to what you’d expect in Canada or the US.
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I suspect that, if it were, staff would haul the furniture right-quick. 🙂
At least it’s not raining.
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