Within the warm, French-inspired interiors, expect to find premium names in kitchenware and cookware.
Gourdo’s entered the market in 2001. Since then, it has proven itself a reliable source for the best homeware from all over the globe – from Europe to North America and Asia.
It opened its 2nd branch in 2004, a 26-square meter corner in Glorietta 4. From that small spot, Gourdo’s efficiently catered to its clientele. But last month, Gourdo’s moved to a space in Glorietta that’s ten times bigger, which means there are now ten times more reasons to linger and leisurely browse their display.
Within the warm, French-inspired interiors, expect to find premium names in kitchenware and cookware. Among the familiar brands in the roster are Wilton, Wusthof, Microplane, Lodge, Ballarini, Swissmar, Libbey, Tovolo, and Trudeau. Gourdo’s also has its own in-house labeled products.
Stylish settings can be easily achieved with value-for-money options of dinnerware, cutlery, glassware, and linens. Buffet set-up needs are met with serving tools like chafers, buffet plates, grazing boards, and service sets. If a raclette party is on your calendar, Gourdo’s has everything for a cheese or chocolate fondue. You can put together a Spanish spread with their paelleras, cazuelas, and Spanish food ingredients.
Also available are tools for those who are into bartending such as copper cocktail shakers and stemware. Those who prefer coffee and tea won’t be disappointed with the selection of accessories and coffee beans and the line-up of tea brands. Gourdo’s carries Twinings, Tipson, and Basilur.
Even baking ingredients are available. Are you looking for Wilton fondant and food coloring, chocolates for praline-making, colored dusting powder for sugar crafts, cookie and cupcake decorating? Head to Gourdo’s. They also sell home-grown favorites like Basimatsi vinegar as well as chocolates from Auro, Malagos, Manila Chocolatier, and Theo and Philo.
It’s not just all little things at Gourdo’s, don’t be surprised to see electric kitchen appliances under the labels of Kitchen Aid, Oster, Kenwood, Vitamix, Braun, George Foreman, and Russel Hobbs.
“Our kitchen section is most popular but we also carry items for other parts of the home,” pointed out Susan San Miguel, General Manager of Gourdo’s.
They have a bed and bath corner that offers beddings, pillows in various shapes and sizes, towels, and bathroom accessories. A selection of soaps, sprays, and candles can also be found there.
The terrarium bar is difficult to miss with its row of succulents and a stash of tiny shovels, pots, potting mix, pumice, rocks, and pebbles.
Frequent Gourdo’s shoppers will benefit from the iloveGourdo’s (ILG) card. For every P300 purchase, the cardholder earns a point which has a value of P1.00 and may be used in succeeding visits. Aside from providing access to a reward system, the card is also key to special discounts and exclusive privileges. To avail for free, a minimum single-receipt purchase worth P3,000 is required, or you can pay P150. You can get the card on the spot after filling up an application form.
If you’re getting married or throwing a celebration to mark a milestone, you can make gift shopping easy for your event guests by signing up for the Gourdo’s gift registry. Not only will your guests know exactly what you want, but they can also save on their purchase too. Gourdo’s can be the one to inform your guests that you’re listed in their gift registry. Your invited guests are entitled to a 10 percent discount on any purchase of regular priced items from the registry list. For big buys of P3,000 up, they can take advantage of the 3-month installment with a 0 percent interest offer. Everything bought for the registrants are entitled to free gift wrapping service, whether or not the item is included in the registry list. Gourdo’s can do a one-time delivery of all the gifts for the registrant as long as the address is within Metro Manila. Gourdo’s gift registry makes it convenient for everyone! There are also many other freebies and treats especially for the registrants.
Gourdo’s now has a total of 12 branches with two located at Alabang Town Center, and others in Uptown Mall and SM Aura in Taguig, Megamall and The Podium in Mandaluyong, The Promenade in San Juan; and Trinoma, UP Town Center, Gateway Mall, and Robinson’s Magnolia in Quezon City. Scheduled to open in 2020 are outlets in SM Fairview and Mall of Asia.
For more information, follow @gourdos on Facebook and Instagram, log on to www.gourdos.com or call the 24-hour customer care hotline at +632 8812 3022.
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