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These home decor IG shops will fulfill your WFH space needs

These home decor IG shops will fulfill your WFH space needs

Well, folks, it looks like the work-from-home setup will stick around for awhile. Now that circumstances with COVID-19 have forced every institution to redefine the concept of a nine to five and productivity, telecommuting is fast becoming the most viable and safest work setup. 

Sure, telecommuting is far from perfect—especially in terms of economic inclusivity. But one of the small graces about working from home is that you get to customize your workspace way more than your dreary six-by-eight office cubicle.

For design aficionados looking to get their workspaces Zoom background-ready, here are some online hunting grounds to snag some home decor.

@imported_furnitureph

 

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If you’re in the market for full-on furniture, this Pampanga-based shop is a good place to start. They sell brand new and restored pieces at affordable prices. Case in point: This (unfortunately already sold) recliner sofa, which is almost as cheap as a new Nintendo Switch game.

@alabaster.deco

 

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Alabaster sells thrifted items, which is great news for the sustainability-conscious decorators out there. New items come out every week, and you never know what you’re going to get next. Such is the thrill of online thrift shopping, no?

@pothos.vintage

 

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Pothos Vintage is for the folks who like unique ceramics for their trinkets and stress buster scented candles. All their items are auctioned off, so better get your bidding game straight.

@emilias.home

 

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Throws are the multipurpose MVP of home decor. Use them as bed linen, a blanket, a wall tapestry—you name it, throws can be it. Sold already? Well, good news: Emilia’s Home probably has the multicolored throw of your dreams. 

@bytheform

 

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Clean working space, clear thoughts. By The Form carries Scandinavian and Japanese-inspired interior items to keep your space sleek, Marie Kondo-style.

Art by Tine Paz-Yap

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