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Decorate Your Home on a Budget with These Finds from The Landmark

Score pretty pillow covers, ceramic décor pieces, and cute kitchenware

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Department stores are treasure troves of affordable yet quality finds—dresses, mugs, dinnerware, and even furniture—you’ll surely find these and more. Spotting quality pieces at bargain prices gives us a sense of pride, especially if it looks well above what you paid for. On a recent visit to The Landmark, I was glad to stumble upon budget-friendly finds in the Home section. Check out some of my picks and be on the lookout for these when you drop by, too:

1. Throw pillows and pillow covers, P120 to 200


Whether you're working on a tropical, Boho, or minimalist look, you'll never run out of prints to check out and options to consider.

2. Floor cushions, P200


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In tiny living areas, extra seating pieces are most welcome. Save on space and stay comfy with these colorful picks.

3. Ceramic vases, P2, 000 to 4, 000


Do you need to liven up a dull entryway? A ceramic vase adds an Asian-inspired feel that can work with plants in pretty containers. Smaller vases you can use as tabletop accents are available, too.

4. Ceramic balls, P80 to 150


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Spruce up your center table in the living area by displaying a couple of ceramic balls. You can keep these in a ceramic jar or simply put them on top of a sleek wooden tray.

5. Ceramic stools, price available upon request


Ceramic stools add an elegant touch to any space. Incorporate color and style into your home with a stool in yellow or red. Picks with dainty prints make it extra chic.

6. Colorful mugs, P50 to 100


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Cute mugs in light colors and varying hues can double as decor on an open shelf. Mix and match these essentials for a lively setup.

7. Quirky trays, P1, 500


Trays are versatile items that can be used around the home. Use it to organize bills, tiny knickknacks, and even kitchen essentials. With a tray as charming as this, keeping things neat will surely be a breeze.

8. Wooden crates, P400/set


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It's hard to find wooden crates these days. Luckily, you can find some in black and in a natural finish at The Landmark. Use it to store fruits, cutlery, and other ingredients.

9. Velour Bench, P6, 000 (price varies)


Achieve a comfy space even with a single piece. This bench is cheaper than a couch or a loveseat, but it can complete your bedroom or reading nook.

10. Japanese-inspired mugs, P50 to 100


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Serve tea in these lovely mugs or use it to personalize a dull dining nook in the balcony. The colors and patterns can instantly perk up a space.

Visit The Landmark at these locations:

Landmark Trinoma

  • EDSA corner North Avenue, Quezon City
  • Operating Hours: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. 
  • Tel. no. (02) 922-9990

 

Landmark Alabang

  • Alabang, Muntinlupa, Metro Manila
  • Operating Hours: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

 

Landmark Makati

  • 6751 Makati Ave, Ayala Center, Makati, Metro Manila
  • Operating Hours: 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
  • Tel no.  (02) 810-9990

 

Amber Smith Folkman is one of RL's Style Spotters. She's the lady behind A Momma Abroad, a blog that chronicles her life in the Philippines. Visit her website for DIY ideas, shopping tips, and other fun, interesting topics. Click here to see photos of her home.

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