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Divisoria Home Finds You Can Buy For P500 or Less

Shop ‘til you drop at this bargain hotspot

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Photography: Jilson Tiu Pictorial Direction: Dagny Madamba

Many homeowners love Divisoria for the interesting items it offers—from curtains and pillow covers to rugs and kitchen must-haves. While going to this famous spot in Manila requires patience, time, and the determination to score good deals, we’re sure you’ll agree when we say that your effort will be worth it. Aside from scouring Divisoria for essentials you can use to decorate your space, be on the lookout for pieces that might come in handy in the future like new utensils and cooking tools. If you’re planning to visit soon, here are finds you shouldn’t miss:

Bulbs, surface lights, downlights, and a variety of LED lights, prices start at P200 (look for Yeelite Store, 5th floor, 168 Shopping Mall)

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Printed table runners, prices start at P320


Printed and colorful pillows, prices start at P250 (check out the 3rd floor of 168 Shopping Mall for options)

RL Tip: Pick pillows that match your sofa and color scheme. You can also experiment with different colors and textures for a playful touch.

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Rugs, carpets, rubber mats, and bathroom rugs, prices start at P200


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Wall hooks and country-inspired wall accents, prices start at P200


Various pillow covers, prices start at P50 | varied table runners, prices start at P320 (check out the stalls on the street)


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Fabrics, prices start at P35/yard for cotton; P70/yard for American suede; P15 to 20/yard for Tulle | Curtains cost P200 per panel at 84" | Blackout curtains cost P200 per panel


Pans and pots, prices start at P250


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Cooking tools, prices start at P100


Decor pieces and knickknacks, prices range from P50 to 500 (from smallest to biggest)


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Sequined pillows, P200 each


Wooden chopping board, P130/piece

RL Tip: A wooden chopping board can also be part of your kitchen countertop vignette! Pair it with potted herbs and wooden utensils for a rustic setup.


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Colorful lanterns, prices start at P450

RL Tip: Use these to spruce up a balcony or garden.


Cutlery, prices start at P100/set


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