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7 Filipino-Made Home Pieces to Upgrade Your Space With for the Yuletide Season

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One of the distinct qualities of Filipino Christmas is the length of it: from the time when the year finally hits September and Pinoys begin to play familiar and nostalgic songs, to the celebration of the Feast of the Three Kings in January. Decorating the home in between has become part of what makes it even livelier. Deck the halls, they say, and indeed Filipinos never disappoint.

In the spirit of Filipino Christmas, here are some chic, locally handcrafted home pieces from ITOOH Homestyle’s catalogue that will surely make the season a whole lot merrier:

Escolta Dinner Plate

P2,500, available online

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Made by master potter Ugu-Bigyan, this red-black seven-piece dinner set is handmade from reddish-brown clay. The accents are perfect for the Christmas table, and the items are also microwave- and dishwasher-friendly.

Cloud Bookend

P2,350, available online


Hand-carved from black Romblon marble and designed as tiered clouds, this product will surely be loved by the bookworm homeowner.


Nodum Candle Holder

P4,800, available online


Fit for romantic evenings or dinner, this candle holder is made out of black steel and a glass cone shade. The piece is from Eric Paras’s collection and is an art deco rendition of a candelabra.

Purma Ottoman Trunk

P27,109, available online

Having a multipurpose item is always a good idea. This padded ottoman that also serves as a trunk features weaves from Sulu and Zamboanga, and vintage European fabric.


Kipling Desk

P37,100, available online

A Voyager desk made with stainless steel, dark wood, genuine leather, and nickel accents, this piece is for the vintage heart.

Blue Floral Pillow

P2,300, available online


The design—inspired by the flowers of the English countryside—is a nice addition to the living room’s cozy, Christmas atmosphere.

Red Wreath with Assorted Berries

P2,550, available online

A beautiful wreath is one of the most familiar Christmas pieces. This handmade Red Berry Wreath is handmade by local artisans and really brings out the spirit of the Holidays.


You can purchase these items for your own home, or gift them to a family member, a friend, or anyone you hold dear to make them feel a little more loved this Christmas season. And what's more, ITOOH is  launching redeemable gift cards for any Homestyle purchase on their website. With malls getting busier closer to the holidays, it's best to find shopping alternatives for safer celebrations.

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