Hi, hungry interiors addict! Combine your two loves – decor and food – into a colossally quirky shrine you call home.
Inspo starved, are we? Drop everything… haven’t you heard we’re going all out tropical and wild at home. But if you subscribe to the quirky side of spectrum and need to surround yourself with
friends food all the time, this is going to make you very hungry and very happy. Food themed decor is everywhere because who doesn’t want to cuddle with a giant donut pillow?
Brekkie in bed
Gudetama is your spirit animal too? Hold the waffles, these egg yolk dishes by Eat and Sip are good enough to eat whole. It’s always nice to be reminded to have a good day, especially when we’re bolting out the door, gobbling a croissant and detangling headphones – this toast plate by Mint Home is minimal and well-mannered.
If you like pina colada
Tripping on tropical everything? We’ve a major sweet spot for this prickly fruit and love the idea of having pineapple prints at home all year around, not just around CNY. Get your pineapple fix – lanterns, lamps, jars, brass hangers and tea towels at brands like Taylor B, Pink Junction, Singapore Trading Post, Nook and Cranny, Fred & Bobo, Shopee and Maissone.
Snacks gone wild
So your ears perk up when someone says “snacks”. It’s alright, everyone’s got a weakness. And we’ve surrendered to this donut cushion from Typo and milo dino fridge magnet by Naiise that reminds us of a time when our metabolism could handle all those carbs. And nothing can stop us from cuddling with these tiny but cushy music box mobile from Stylodeco. The biscuit shaped one makes a lovely tea-time mate – pull the string to listen to the piano soundtrack from French movie Amélie and pretend you’re in a Parisian cafe. A girl can dream…
The apeeling ones
Oh, Minion coloured fruit that your mamma said was good for you! Bananas were big this year on the runway and we just know this trend is going to slip right into home decor soon enough. From tiny picture hangers, fairy lights, a USB hub and snack boxes, we’re getting our ‘nanas on Naiise.
Spend 90 percent of your day planning about your next meal? Welcome to the club. Who needs Google when Little Drom Store’s Makan collection of plates lays out all the local options. From La Pau Sat’s satay to Maxwell’s chicken rice and everything in-between. And local illustrators Lee Xin Li’s poster from The Farm Store, Shop of Chris’ childhood snack prints and When I Was Four’s many foodie cushion covers is cravings central.
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