8 Amazing Shopping Spots At Bonifacio Global City
There are must-visits for design enthusiasts, book lovers, and more
Whether you're picking up new outfits or home decor pieces, it's a fact that shopping is always fun—especially in a place like Bonifacio Global City where almost every corner is a haunt for good finds! If you're planning to treat yourself this weekend, here are some must-visit stops:
Be enthralled with a combination of pieces from Danish brand HAY and Stellar Works, which carry furniture with Eastern and Western design influences. Minimalist in design yet practical, the store's choice pieces can also add a pop of color to your home.
3/L Uptown Mall, 11th Ave., corner 36th Ave.
Add a touch of luxury to your space with expertly designed contemporary pieces from Denmark. You can choose a specific design, size, shape, color and material to customize your furniture.
G/L MOS Design Building, Bonifacio High Street
Surprising finds await, as you scour through not just furniture, but also a mix of quirky and modern accessories—from coasters and dinnerware to photo albums and paperweights from abroad.
One Parkade, 28th street cor. 7th Avenue
Comfort and luxury can go together. Browse through a collection of European high-end brands like Kettal, Santa and Cole, CasaDesus, Moroso, Former and De Padova.
G/L MDI Corporate Center, 10th Ave., cor. 39th street
Modern Italian furniture with quality craftsmanship and smart design is what you'll find here. Perfect for young, upwardly mobile professional condo dwellers.
Mezzanine Floor, Clipp Center, 11th Ave. cor. 39th street
With three floors of books and paper products, plus a coffee shop and a yogurt place inside, you'll probably need a full day to browse and shop (and eat) to your heart's content.
B6, Bonifacio High Street
S&R Membership Shopping
If you like shopping by the bulk (and secretly finding joy in computing how much you actually save), this is the place for you. There's a membership fee valid for one year, and you can shop at any of its branches nationwide.
32nd street cor. 5th Ave.
This snippet originally appeared in the February 2017 issue of Real Living Magazine.
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