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Where to Buy Floor Chairs in Manila For Your Tiny Home

These legless seats make great accent pieces for small spaces.

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Photography: (L to R) Yingao Life PH, MUJI

If you love the minimalist aesthetic featured in all your fave K-Dramas—or perhaps the form-meets-function appeal of Japanese homes—we bet you've had floor chairs on your wish list for some time now. These chic furniture pieces are as no-frills as it gets with a simple design that does away with legs, bulky ornaments, and over-the-top decor—you might even consider it a chair in it purest, most distilled form. This makes floor chairs ideal for small spaces as they can provide maximum comfort without taking up too much room. If you're looking to finally buy one for your home, we've got you covered.

Here's where you can shop legless floor chairs in Manila:

1. MUJI

Legless Chair

P2,950/small; P3,450/large


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MUJI is known for their form-meets-function finds, all of which feature the minimalist style Japanese interior design has become famous for—so it's no surprise that their fuss-free take on the legless chair fits right into that aesthetic. They're available in two sizes, so you can get one to fit perfectly in your living room or bedroom!

See a list of MUJI stores.

2. Cura Furn

Floor Lounger


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Floor Sofa

P5,000


Chunky Lounger

P4,500 each


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Instagram shop Cura Furn is where you can shop vintage and thrifted furniture pieces at wallet-friendly prices. Their lineup includes one-of-a-kind chairs like old-school office chairs, reclining chairs, and yup, floor chairs. Better order ASAP as soon as you see something you want—they typically only have one or a limited number in stock and they tend to sell out pretty fast!

Available online.

3. Upcycle Deco

Beach Lounger

(price available upon request)


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Japanese Floor Chair with Cushion

P1,500 each


As its name suggests, Upcycle Deco is home to thrifted decor and furniture finds like chairs, planters, baskets, clothing racks, mirrors, and more. In particular, they specialize in pieces made of rattan, wood, and solihiya. Their collection of legless chairs features floor seats in rustic, homey designs perfect for sunlit rooms decorated with lots of plants.

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Available online.

4. HMR

Solo Floor Rocker

P6,999


This floor rocking chair from HMR is built for lounging in front of the TV in style–even better if you’re a gamer who spends hours in front of the television. The chair can be be connected to your TV via aux cord, which means you can have audio play directly from the seat for a cinema-like experience. You can also use it for reading books or just chilling while listening to your fave tunes.

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Available on HMR's website; see a list of HMR stores.

5. Furniture Manila

Atease Kabul Floor Chair Recliner

P5,799.75


This floor recliner from Furniture Manila will be your go-to spot for weekends spent at home relaxing. The seat’s contour is designed to create a hugging feeling, so you'll be extra cozy each time you sit down. It can also be reclined into a flat, bed-like cushion—perfect for a heavenly afternoon nap.

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Available online and at Furniture Manila's showroom is at Unit 10, La Fuerza Plaza 2, 2241 Chino Roces Avenue corner Sabio Street, Makati City.

6. Yingao Life

Lazy Backrest Sofa Chair

Starts at P1,456 from Yingao Life PH


Just looking at Yingao Life PH's line of floor chairs makes us want to lie down. Each seat features a plush foam material and breathable outer fabric with an adjustable backrest that you can place at an angle you find most comfortable. Plus, it’s available in several #aesthetic colors!

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Available online.

7. The Clean Store Manila

Japanese Foldable Chair

P1,625


Online shop The Clean Store Manila's Japanese Foldable Chair brings to mind the futons that are common in homes and spaces seen in or inspired by The Land of the Rising Sun—and it's just as comfy as the one you had in your last Tokyo Airbnb! It can be adjusted from a flat 180-degree angle to an upright 90-degree angle and even folded shut if you ever need to store it away. You'll love it as a cozy accent piece for your small apartment or family room.

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Available online.

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