We’re all excited for IKEA to open in the Philippines. The meatballs and all the affordable furniture is truly something to look forward to. However, there are still so many home stores that are yet to open in the Philippines. Here’s a list of home stores we wish would open soon in the Philippines!
1 Zara Home
Aside from selling trendy and fashionable clothes, Zara also has a home line that sells equally stylish home products. While they don’t sell a lot of furniture pieces (just stools, side tables, and the occasional planters), they do have a lot of home accessories worth having, from duvets to vases. The pieces are inspired by the runway’s latest. If they open in the Philippines, this might be your next favorite home store next to H&M Home!
Originally a fashion store, Antropologie has grown from a fashion shop to a lifestyle shop that caters mainly to affluent 35-40 year old women. Starting out in Pennsylvania back in 1992, Anthropologie also has a beautiful home line for inspired living. They have everything from couches to candles, and it’s obvious to say that we love everything in this store.
Originally from Singapore, this homestore is definitely one to watch, especially for condo dwellers. IN their website, Commune shares that their ‘furniture provides smart solutions for apartment living with their distinctive and form-fitting designs. Each piece is sized to fit comfortably within the small living spaces typical of city life, and thoughtfully priced to be accessible to a wide range of customers.’
CB2 is a younger and more modern version of Crate&Barrel, a home store that is already open here in the Philippines. CB has a couple of home collections that are made in collaboration with big designers and even celebrities like Lenny Kravitz!
Originally from Hong Kong, Homeless is a home store that sells a variety of accessories. They opened in 2003 and since then has been a stable home store in Hong Kong. In their website, they describe themselves as a store that ‘sells mostly furniture and home accessories and also plenty of quirky decorative items that are functional, fun with tongue-in-cheek humour.’
While there are a lot of local suppliers for Fornasetti’s candles and plates, having a real Fornasetti store in the Philippines is going to be a game changer. You can buy furniture and more matching accessories when they open here!
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