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Shopping Guide

8 Amazing Shopping Spots In North EDSA

Find what you need for your home at any of these QC haunts

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Photography: Landers Superstore via Facebook and Michael Angelo Chua

We think we'd all agree when we say that shopping for home finds is a lot of fun—if we could, we'd do it everyday. This is probably why we're always on the lookout for a new bargain hotspot. Did you know that North EDSA is a treasure trove for these items? Whether you live in the area or you drove all the way from the South, these shops have tons of pieces that will transform your space. Check them out below: 


THE LANDMARK-TRINOMA

Shop for essentials at the supermarket or head to the upper floors for dinnerware, furniture, and other home accessories.

EDSA corner Mindanao Ave. Ext.


SM NORTH EDSA INTERIOR ZONE

All you need in a single stretch of furniture shops. Check out shops like Philux (as seen in photo), Illuminati Technique, Color & Life, and Abubot.

North Ave. cor EDSA 

SWAPMEET ANTIQUE SHOP

A picker’s segunda mano shop with fascinating finds, this is where you’ll likely score a bargain on rare furniture and musical records.

124 Kamuning Road

CEDARHILLS GARDEN CENTER

Sign up for an urban gardening class and shop for all your gardening needs here.

57 Mother Ignacia Ave. 

KAMUNING MARKET

A go-to place for fabrics and tailored suits, this market is also lined with stalls selling kakanin, vegetables, and craft supplies.

L. Shianghio St., Kamuning 

MSM AMERICAN SURPLUS

Find a variety of knickknacks—from old furniture to electronics to toys—depending on the new arrivals.

809 EDSA cor. South Borromeo St., South Triangle

LANDERS SUPERSTORE

Sign up for membership and shop in this superstore, where you’ll find local and imported grocery items, electronics, and home items, among others.

1240 EDSA Balintawak, Apolonio Samson



ALLHOME

Whether you’re building a home or attempting a DIY project, you’ll find what you need here at this one-stop shop.

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Eugenio Lopez Drive, Diliman 

PHOTOS: Michael Angelo Chua (AllHome) | other photos COURTESY OF THE BRANDS | ayalamalls.com.ph (TriNoma)

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