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5 More Budget-Friendly Home Stores Near You

Shop for cool furniture finds and decorative accessories while still staying true to your budget! These stores have multiple branches all over the metro, so there might be one in your neighborhood.

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Photography: Michael Angelo Chua

Consumers have a process when purchasing things: They first think of their needs, then the function, and then they consider their budget. Sometimes, they find products that satisfy both their needs and function but they fail when it comes to the price. But lucky for us, these five furniture, department, and home improvement stores are A-plus in meeting all our needs, product functions, and budget!

AllHome


A one-stop shop that has everything you need, AllHome offers appliances, homecare, outdoor and indoor funriture, electronics, and even stuff for pet care! They also have in-house designers that are ready for your home-related inquiries—such as layout, furniture sizes, etc. As well as setups of different areas in the where you can take inspiration from and translate them into your own abode.

CW Home Depot

CW Home Depot is not just your go-to depot for your hardware needs—it is also a place where furniture of different styles and highly-recommended home appliances are in store! Be it a tiny or big home, and from empty nesters to first-time homeowners—selection of home needs are perfect for everyone and every type of home. A sample of their budget finds is their COOL bathroom system, which can go as low as P5,000 for an entire package of water closet, sink and toilet accessories. 

H&M Home

Everything from H&M Home surely adds beauty to any corner. The styles of products offered are Scandinavian-contemporary with a bit of quirk and bohemia in some cases. From various designs and styles of throw pillows, affordable area rugs, bedroom must-haves, to bathroom needs such as towels and organizers, most of the stylish products don't go over P1,500. 

Japan Home Centre

Japan Home Centre was one of the pioneers of the below-P100-for-everything specialty store. JHC has introduced Japanese craze into the market by offering products that are very Japanese in quirk and style, yet meets the Filipino needs. From needs to likes, JHC has developed a broad consumer line up ranging from children to the elderly. We especially like the Japanese-style dinnerware, bowls, and chopsticks, all for P88 each, of course. 

The Landmark Department Store

Landmark's home section is the haven for designers and design enthusiasts. Filled with home must-haves, their furniture, appliances, and home decor have the most amazing prices. Some pillow cases go as low as P100! They also have a beautiful selection of artificial plants, a wide variety of vases and ceramics, as well as numerous choices for plates, drinking glasses, and even area rugs. Almost everyone makes a beeline for their below-P100 plates, bowls, and other dinnerware pieces. Aside from their TriNoma and Makati branches, their newest branch just opened in Festival Mall, Alabang. 

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