Summer is a good time to give your personal space a much-needed upgrade. Changing things up won't only make your home look well-planned and well-maintained, but also make it more conducive to rest. 

Start off by getting ideas of what you can buy to breathe new life into your home, and a good place for that is Bonifacio Global City where almost every corner is a haunt for good finds! If you're planning to check out items and prices this weekend, here are some must-visit stops: 

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Design Story 

3/L Uptown Mall, 11th Ave., corner 36th Ave. 

Be enthralled with a combination of pieces from Danish brand HAY and Stellar Works, which carry furniture with Eastern and Western design influences. Minimalist in design yet practical, the store's choice pieces can also add a pop of color to your home.

BoConcept

G/L MOS Design Building, Bonifacio High Street

Add a touch of luxury to your space with expertly designed contemporary pieces from Denmark. You can choose a specific design, size, shape, color, and material to customize your furniture. 

Dimensione 

One Parkade, 28th street cor. 7th Avenue

Surprising finds await, as you scour through not just furniture, but also a mix of quirky and modern accessories—from coasters and dinnerware to photo albums and paperweights from abroad. 

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Casabella

G/L MDI Corporate Center, 10th Ave., cor. 39th street 

Comfort and luxury can go together. Browse through a collection of European high-end brands like Kettal, Santa and Cole, CasaDesus, Moroso, Former and De Padova.

Calligaris

Mezzanine Floor, Clipp Center, 11th Ave. cor. 39th street

Modern Italian furniture with quality craftsmanship and smart design is what you'll find here. Perfect for young, upwardly mobile professional condo dwellers. 

Fully Booked 

B6, Bonifacio High Street 

Those shelves you checked out aren't just for display. Of course, you'll need to fill them with books (which we hope you'll plan to read in the next decade). Fully Booked BGC has three floors of books and paper products, plus a coffee shop and a yogurt place inside, so you'll probably need a full day to browse and shop (and eat) to your heart's content. 

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This snippet originally appeared in the February 2017 issue of Real Living Magazine. 

This story originally appeared on Realliving.com.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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