On the prowl for furniture? Stroll into these Singapore-based furniture stores to find gorgeous and unique pieces – we’ve shared the hit list from affordable finds to antiques and investments.
Doing up your home can be a task… but not when you know where to look. If you ask us, there’s nothing you can’t get in Singapore – from artisan-crafted wooden dining tables to designer ‘made in Italy’ couches. If you’re furniture shopping in Singapore, bring this handy list of local interior decor stores to the table.
Leave it to Noden to leave you drooling over damn good Danish designs. Since midcentury modern everything is #trending big time, look to local indie store Noden. Vintage enthusiasts Marko Yeo and Tawan Conchonnet search the far and wide for Danish and Scandinavian modern classics. And what we get is a treasure trove of vintage furniture in beautiful old wood. Take your pick – pieces from the ‘50s all the way to ‘70s made by world-renowned designers Hans Wegner, Børge Mogensen, and Ynge Ekstrom. These are all original one-off so if you see something you love, better snatch that. While you’re strolling through their store or browsing the e-shop, check their spectacular in-house designs too.
Noden, 39 Ubi Road 1, #04-03 Singapore 40869
This one-stop-shop has been retailing furniture for almost 40 years! Doesn’t matter if you’re home in Scandi chic, industrial, minimalistic or something in-between. Rest assured you’ll find something that will suit your decor. The collections at the 32,000 sq ft showroom and e-store are comprehensive, so expect to find everything from chairs and tables to beds and mattresses like the Baton Sleep pocket spring ones. Want more out of your furniture? Turns out Comfort Design has a space-saving, multi-functional range of furniture that’s perfect for smaller homes. And if you’re really picky and would rather custom-make your furniture to suit your precise needs? That can be done here too!
Comfort Design, 110 Eunos Ave 7, Comfort Design Building Singapore 409573
Sure, Journey East at Tan Boon Liat Building started as a unique vintage and retro furniture store (for each one-of-a-kind and handpicked beauties). But if you’ve been paying attention, you’ll know that it’s way above and beyond that rep. Browse through its collection and you’ll see everything from eco-friendly reclaimed teak wood furniture and industrial-chic storage solutions to designer furniture (we’ve got eyes for Lanzavecchia + Wai’s PlayPlay line) and quirky statement pieces. And it’s all available in their e-shop too…
Journey East, 315 Outram Road, #03-02, Tan Boon Liat Building Singapore 169074
Singapore Trading Post
The good guys behind this delightful interiors store where they careful curate pieces from all over the world. Walk in to pick up colonial chic pieces from India, China, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Myanmar – all inspired by the East India Trading routes. Expect colourful beauties in Elmwood, teak, rattan, bamboo, mango wood, brass and glass alongside some antiques.
Singapore Trading Post, #07-01, Tan Boon Liat Building, 315 Outram Road, Singapore 169074
We can’t simply talk about furniture without mentioning everyone’s fave meatball serving, flat-pack lovin’ furniture store Ikea. It’s no secret, Singaporeans are big fans for this Swedish superstore and with good reason. Its range is high on functionality and aesthetics, totally versatile (not to mention, cutting-edge) and pretty darn affordable. Storage solutions, couches, kiddie furniture, beds, dinner tables, kitchen islands, loungers, outdoor furniture… hell, if you can think, you’ll probably find it at Ikea. Lugging your haul home from Tampines or Alexandra Road and putting it together stresses you out? Don’t worry, you can also shop online, have them delivered and assembled at home for a little extra cash. PS: Have you checked out Ikea’s brighter, wilder and no-so-Scandi ranges?
Ikea, Tampines, Alexandra Road and online
Dreaming of a Pinterest-worthy home? Styledeco might just be the answer to your abode aspirations. Here, a minimalist chic aesthetic reigns supreme with a covetable line-up of brands such as BODE, House Doctor, and HK Living. Plus points for not forgetting about the little ones: Styledeco’s kids range is beyond charming with pretty pieces like linen baby cot quilt and stylish display shelves.
Shop Stylodeco online.
There’s no denying it – Castlery is a one-stop-shop for furniture hunters. Browse its line of contemporary yet affordable furniture and you’re bound to bump into something you want/need. You’ll be spoilt for choice – sofas, armchairs, beds, dining tables, consoles, desks – it’s all there.
Castlery, 19 Keppel Road, #02-06 Jit Poh Building Singapore 089058; 200 Turf Club Road, #03-07 The Grandstand Singapore 287994
This lifestyle store is chock-full of fab furniture and home accents that’ll tempt any home décor enthusiast. Homeowners with a hankering for heritage will especially love the British, Dutch, and Portuguese-influenced Colonial range and the Recycled & Reclaimed Wood range salvages from old windows, doors, and boats.
Artful House, #08-04 Tan Boon Liat Building, 315 Outram Road, Singapore 169074
Hock Siong & Co.
Don’t let its unassuming surroundings fool you; venture inside the cavernous warehouse that is Hock Siong & Co. and you’ll discover vintage treasures within. From Shanghainese rosewood chairs to Oriental screens and chinaware, it’s no surprise that Hock Siong & Co. has drawn many a discerning homewares lover to its door.
Hock Siong & Co., 153 Kampong Ampat, Singapore 368326
Ralph Lauren-chic meets East Hamptons prep, Bungalow 55 is a study in style and sophistication. Sourced from Australia, Belgium, and America, the store stocks a curated selection of chic side tables, lounge chairs and decor to really get the coastal theme going. Take a peek at Bungalow 55 founder Nina Beale’s home for some serious home goals.
Bungalow 55, 501 Bukit Timah Road, Cluny Court #01-05A, Singapore 259760
Into Oriental style? Head down to Just Anthony at Serangoon; with a space of 15,000 square feet, this humongous Chinese antique store surely has what you need. Select from authentic Oriental antiques such as the classic double-door wedding cabinet, or blue-white porcelain plates and vases. Or if you prefer something majestic, then the highly detailed screen dividers will definitely not disappoint.
Just Anthony, 379 Upper Paya Lebar, Singapore 534972
If your bed is giving you the ol’ toss and turn, we reckon Heveya has what you need. Specialising in organic latex mattresses and pillows, this sleep expert lets you customise your bed, from the pillows to the frame, for tailored comfort. Say goodbye to sleep woes and fitful nights!
Heveya, 32 Eng Hoon Street, level 2, Singapore 169780
Vintage is still in vogue at Retro Colony with their made-in-Japan furniture and accessories. Be transported back to the early ’60s as you browse through their karimoku60 line of furniture, which features retro-esque pieces like the K chair seater and walnut-coloured television board.
Retro Colony, 54 Dunlop Street, Singapore 409570
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