So last weekend was the Home Factory Outlet’s first anniversary sale, and of course, I checked it out!
If you are on the hunt for new furniture at a discount, it’s worth the trip. Just to let you know, it is a warehouse converted into a sales area, and there is no air conditioning. However, the discounts range from 20% to 80%, so it was worth checking out for furniture bargains, despite the heat. A small area, the Blim’s outlet area, is air-conditioned, so you can hang out there after browsing the main warehouse.
Just wear comfortable clothes.
There is free parking space out front.
HOME FACTORY OUTLET MAIN AREA
This is what the sale area looks like:
Here are some of the items that I liked from the sale. Ah, I wish I had the space and the money to buy them!
This 2-seater sofa was 50% OFF. It looks cozy and perfect for reading a book… well, when I read books I tend to assume weird reading positions, like a cat, so this sofa seems perfect.
I also really liked these supervillain chairs! I just call them supervillain chairs, because don’t you just feel like a Bond supervillain sitting on this chair? They’re velvet!
It’s 40% OFF, here’s the price:
I also thought these stacking plastic chairs are a good deal. Well, they definitely look so much nicer than plain, boring Monobloc! Perfect for a zen-inspired balcony.
This dining set looks really nice, solid but not visually heavy:
There were many other things on sale, too. Here are some tables:
And here’s a sofa bed that’s only P8,998.00.
The Blims Outlet housed the nicer stuff.
This LaZ-Boy is 50% OFF:
This wooden table is 70% OFF:
I made a short video of the sale area, hope you find it helpful:
Sorry about the shaky video, I’m just starting with videos and I’m still learning how to make better videos.
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