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10 Things You Can Buy for P100 and Below at IKEA

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In case you missed it, IKEA PH's online store is currently on a dry run, and has been accepting a limited amount of orders daily (that means you can finally add that Kallax shelf to your cart).  But other than huge fixtures, did you know that the store also has an array of nifty must-haves at and under P100? Check out a few of our favorites:  

1. NOJIG organizers

P20 (10x10x5 cm ), P30 (10x20x5 cm), IKEA 


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We all have that one tambakan” drawer we can't seem to fix. These organizers can help you keep things neat and categorized.

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2. Milk frother

P50 (batteries sold separately), IKEA


A perfect addition to your coffee nook, this milk frother can elevate your favorite brew.

3. TJABBA magazine file

P50/2 packs, IKEA 

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Make sure your magazines and documents are organized with these picks. The upside? They're pretty easy to fold up and store when you don't need them. 

4. STAJLIG multipurpose hanger 

P50/pc, IKEA 


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We’re loving how this hanger maximizes your space! Hang it from a peg on your wall or in your closet for your scarves, belts, and other accessories! 

5. LÄTTHET hook and clip 

P50/2 packs, IKEA 


A simple but practical storage solution: you can easily add these hooks and clips to cabinet or drawer doors without having to drill holes or use adhesives.

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6. MURVEL shoe organizer 

P50/pc (14x14x24 cm), IKEA 


Annoyed at how you can't seem to have enough space in your shoe cabinet? This is the solution for that. 

 

7. IKEA PS 2002 watering can 

P90 (41 oz), IKEA 


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A popular piece, the IKEA PS 2002 watering can was designed by Monika Mulder, who says, "The final watering can has both a shape and color that make you want to have it out on display, instead of hidden away. And if you like, you can also use it as a vase." 

8. DAIDAI plant pot in brass 

P90 (9 cm), IKEA 


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These pots are perfect for your displaying small indoor plants

9. KUPONG alarm clock 

P100 (4x6 cm, batteries not included), IKEA 


Because analogue is sometimes the way to go.  

10. REGOLIT pendant lampshade 

P100 (45 cm) IKEA 


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Want to immediately transform your room? Try changing the lighting fixtures. This handmade paper lamp promises a diffused glow that's perfect for cozying up any space.  

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