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Everyday Cambodia, In A Bookh.

Everyday Cambodia, In A Bookh.

Lifestyle brand trunkh. has made a book! 'bookh.', a collection of 285 photographs, gives us a unique window into everyday life in Cambodia. The intrigue and aesthetic value of ordinary objects, places and daily Cambodian traditions are captured by Marianne Waller's eye for colour, texture and pattern. For those of us living in Cambodia who take for granted the beauty of every street corner, pagoda, and window shutter, bookh. will remind you that there is wonder at every turn here in the Kingdom.

We've pulled together some of our personal favourite @trunkh.cambodia photos. Follow them on Instagram to check out more! bookh. is available online at trunkh.com, Monument Books (Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, the airports) and at the trunkh. flagship store Siem Reap.


 Peeking into a dusty family crypt at a local wat.

Peeking into a dusty family crypt at a local wat.

 A hidden corner of Wat Ounalom pagoda.

A hidden corner of Wat Ounalom pagoda.

  M  mural  on the interior walls of a family crypt at a local pagoda

Mmural on the interior walls of a family crypt at a local pagoda

 Pretty concrete lotus finial adorns a stupa at a local pagoda.

Pretty concrete lotus finial adorns a stupa at a local pagoda.

 Taken at the Royal University of Fine Art.

Taken at the Royal University of Fine Art.

 Beautifully preserved encaustic colonial tile on the floor of a monk's dormitory in Phnom Penh.

Beautifully preserved encaustic colonial tile on the floor of a monk's dormitory in Phnom Penh.

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 A bag of tea hangs on a wire next to an empty upper room of the White Building.

A bag of tea hangs on a wire next to an empty upper room of the White Building.

 Weathered timber on a shack just metres from the sea.

Weathered timber on a shack just metres from the sea.

 Wooden cottage over the river near Kampot.

Wooden cottage over the river near Kampot.

 The wall of a Phnom Penh pagoda.

The wall of a Phnom Penh pagoda.

 A rustic Phnom Penh kitchen.

A rustic Phnom Penh kitchen.

 Taken at the Royal University of Fine Art

Taken at the Royal University of Fine Art

 Pretty antique tile at a traditional Chinese graveyard.

Pretty antique tile at a traditional Chinese graveyard.

 Beautiful door and shadows at a pagoda.

Beautiful door and shadows at a pagoda.

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 Details of colonial architecure in Phnom Penh.

Details of colonial architecure in Phnom Penh.

 Wall of the crematorium in the grounds of the Chak Angkre Krom  pagoda

Wall of the crematorium in the grounds of the Chak Angkre Krom  pagoda

 Traditional encaustic tile factory in Phnom Penh.

Traditional encaustic tile factory in Phnom Penh.

 Wat Ounalom, Phnom Penh

Wat Ounalom, Phnom Penh


trunkh. is a Cambodia-centric lifestyle brand that celebrates and elevates ordinary objects and daily traditions of Cambodian rural, home and street life through a unique and eclectic collection of fashion, homewares, furniture and ephemera pulled together by Creative Partners Doug and Marianne who roadtrip the countryside in search of beautiful objects and inspiration. At trunkh you'll find old street signs, art, ceramics, carousel animals, teatowels, badges, handmade sarongs, t-shirts and all kinds of repurposed, upcycled and unique furniture!

trunkh. is located in Siem Reap, Kandal Village: 642-644 Hap Guan Street (about 7 minutes walk north of the Central Market). Open daily 10-6. Contact Doug: +855 (0) 78900932     doug@trunkh.com or Phorn (Khmer and English): +855 (0) 92266385. For wholesale, bulk orders, production and consignment, call Marianne: +855 (0) 12812476 marianne@trunkh.com

©trunkh.
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