We Shopped For An Entire Bedroom For Less Than P1,500
Our intrepid stylist goes on another tipid trip to dress up a snooze-worthy bedroom, from pillows and linen to reading lamps
Now you’ve moved into your pad, and you have already plunked down most of your budget on your bed and side tables. But you don’t have to settle for a bare mattress!
With a budget of under P1,500—the average price of a typical bed linen set—a comfy and homey bedroom can be created! From pillows to storage, we’ve got you covered in this shopping list that’s perfect for first-time nesters and renters.
Bedding Set: P275
The bed is the biggest piece of furniture in the room, so it should be the most attractive. The problem: bed linen could be expensive, some costing as much as five figures! Beautify your bed with this three-piece fitted sheet set, which clocks in at under P300, complete with two pillowcases.
Sleepmaster Three-Piece Fitted Sheet Set with Pillow Cases, P275, SM Home
Reading Lamp: P349
Do you read before you sleep? This table lamp is perfect! It’s a small-but-terrible type of lamp because it’s tiny enough to not crowd the bedside table, but also versatile because of it’s clamp-on end so you can move it from one place to another.
Reading Lamp, P349, Miniso
Storage Box: P299
Hide unused items, books, extra bed linen, or prized memorabilia in these fabric-covered, drawer-type storage boxes. Place them under your bed or bedside table to maximize space.
Storage Box with Drawers, P299, Miniso
A good set of pillows is another budget-eater, some of which cost thousands of pesos. But for the price of only P288, you can have two pieces of these fiber-filled pillows! These pillows are big enough for a malikot-type of sleeper to be comfortable with.
Two-piece Set of Fiberfill Pillows, P288, Daiso
Blankets could also get expensive, with most having thousand-peso price tags. These cozy, fleece blankets are fluffy but affordable, and come in all sorts of colors and patterns to match your bedroom’s color scheme.
Fleece Blankets, P150 each, The Landmark Department Store
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