Actually where you shop for furniture greatly depends on your style preferences and of course budget.
For those who have the money and the taste for classic European furniture try Muebles Italiano, Imperial House of Furniture and Euro Elegance.
For those who want funky, one-of-a-kind yet mid-priced furniture and accessories try Play and Display, Loft Details, and Dimensione.
If you really have the money to burn for modern furnishings, visit Furnitalia, Ethan Allen, Dexterton and ITALdesign in MC Home Depot.
If you are more into contemporary, "safe" mid-priced furniture, go to Blims, Our Home, Sogo, SM Homeworld, RL Interior Depot, Interior Design Options, Aristocrat Interiors and Mandaue Furniture.
If you are short on budget, visit Paco, Maypajo and those who customize "Palochina" and Bamboo furniture which can be found in almost every city and municipality of Manila. You can even have your furniture customized. You can also try eBay and BuyandSell.
Other stores worth checking out include LRI Design Plaza in Reposo St. Bel-Air Makati which sells designer furniture, Tiendesitas in Pasig and Dapitan Arcade. Most of the items from these shops are rare and hard-to-find. Greenhills is also a nice place to shop for unique pieces as well as the La-Z-Boy imitation called EZ-Boy which I believe to be half the price of the original ones.
FYI lang, there's no such word as furnitures the plural form of furniture ay furniture pieces.
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