Looking for back-to-school essentials or stocking up on office supplies? Our list of stationery stores in Singapore might just be what you need!
Office running out of printing paper? Need a new organiser for you to note down your weekly meetings and plans? Your best friend’s birthday is looming and you’ve decided to surprise her with a witty birthday card and a cool DIY gift? Then it’s definitely time to visit a stationery store. Not sure where to go? Well, we’ve got you covered. Here are our favourite stationery stores in Singapore that you have to check out. You might just wanna pen this down…
The Paper Bunny
This local stationery and lifestyle brand offers both custom stationery for weddings and events, as well as a collection of ready-to-purchase lifestyle products such as notebooks, prints, planners and patches in minimalist designs, vibrant hues and brush letterings for the modern paper junkie. Filled with plenty of beautiful designs, trust us, you wouldn’t be bagging just one.
The Paper Bunny, multiple stockists including Isetan Scotts, Tangs at Tangs Plaza and Naiise.
A subsidiary of Cotton On, Typo is your one-stop stationery den that offers a wide-ranging selection of products like pens and pencils, journals and notebooks, and even cool techy stuff like headphones and thumb drives. We totally dig its diaries with creatively designed covers, and its funny, quirky, tongue-in-cheek greeting cards.
Typo, multiple locations including Wisma Atria Shopping Centre and 313 @ Somerset.
Got a newfound love for bullet journaling? Build your starter kit at Klosh. One trip to this place and your journal will be filled with adorable washi tapes, paper clips, stickers and markers of every colour possible.
Klosh, multiple locations including Tiong Bahru Plaza and Jewel Changi Airport.
A new online retailer spotlighting designer stationery and accessories, this platform is home to almost 20 brands, each chosen for their use of traditional production methods and eco-conscious materials. Names like Form Maker, Maxx & Unicorn Co, Monograph and Iron Curtain Press are featured here, so if you’re in the mood to update your stationery stockpile, check out the sleek collection of ballpoint pens, pencils, washi tape rolls, clips and journals.
Lineae, available online.
Stationery from a shop called PaperMarket? Groundbreaking. This is your one-stop shop for fancy-schmancy paper sets in every print imaginable and gold foil (especially if you love to be extra). You can also find multicolour marker sets, deluxe lettering kits and brush markers here.
PaperMarket, #B1-27, Raffles City Shopping Centre, 252 North Bridge Road, Singapore 179103
It’s not hard to find Muji’s stationery station at its Plaza Singapura flagship store; it’s the area with the hanging pens. We dare you to resist the rainbow round table filled with a kaleidoscope of pens in different colours. A stationery heaven, you’ll find everything from colour markers to animal stamps. Thanks to its sealed notebooks, you won’t even have to rummage through its stocks to find one sans dog ears and creases.
Muji, multiple locations including Ion Orchard, Paragon, Marina Square and Tampines.
Rifle Paper Co
Here’s a confession: I stalk the Rifle Paper Co’s Instagram page on a daily basis. Why? Because this Florida-based stationery and lifestyle brand stocks a brimful of gorgeous notebooks, writing sets, notepads, file folders, cards, phone cases, and more. I’m talking stationery decorated in floral prints, tapestries, quirky illustrations and more in various designs and styles.
Rifle Paper Co, multiple stockists including Cat Socrates, Paper Market, Gallery & Co and Cumulus.
For something a little more off-beat, chances are you’ll find the perfect stationery at Cat Socrates. Step into this quirky, indie lifestyle store for beautifully illustrated notebooks, cards, colouring books, wrapping paper and more by local brands, as well as pretty organisers by US-based Rifle Paper Co. and UK-based Ohh Deer. Add a couple of kitty prints, vintage memorabilia and other adorable kitschy items from all over the world, including nifty, Singapore-inspired knick-knacks by local designers and you’re all set.
Cat Socrates, #01-14, 78 Yong Siak Street, Singapore 163078
Hailing from Sweden, this popular stationery brand is best known for its lust-worthy collection of chic notebooks, calendars, homeware, and accessories that boast its signature Scandinavian design aesthetic.
kikki.K, #01-K32, VivoCity, 1 Harbourfront Walk, Singapore 98585
Besides creating cool, nomadic items such as notebooks, pens, reading accessories, Moleskine offers themed stationery featuring nostalgic characters like Peanuts and Alice in Wonderland, as well as Star Wars. And since everything is pretty much digitised in this day and age, Moleskine has stepped up its notebook and pen game by revolutionising creativity with its Smart Writing Set which syncs to your phones, tablets, laptops and desktops.
Moleskine, multiple locations including Level 3, Tangs at Tangs Plaza and Takashimaya, Ngee Ann City.
With its brightly coloured stationery and office supplies, Smiggle definitely has an effect that brings out the inner child in you. What’s more? You can even find bags, lunchboxes and drink bottles here (if you’re okay with kid-like designs, that is).
Smiggle, multiple locations including City Link Mall.
From feathers to felt, this store has every variety of craft material waiting to be made into paper dolls, masks or jewellery. The only limit is your imagination!
Art Friend, multiple locations including Bras Basah Complex, Plaza Singapura and Clementi Central.