Today, we are spending most of our time at home. During the first few months of quarantine, many people are uploading their home make-over photos because of the time they are spending at home. There is probably a great boost of sales for interior decors because of all these redecorating done by people. Also, people want to have a good home office set-up since many are now working from home. Singapore has multiple home décor stores that you can choose if you are planning to remodel your house.
If you are looking for a more contemporary pieces, you might want to check out Mrphy. They have a wide array of home décor and contemporary furnishing and home accessories in Singapore. The store provides some of the best home decor items that suits your home’s design along with your character.
Bungalow 55 is both a design service or made to order store. Founded in 2012, Nina Beale sourced each piece in the store to reflect her style I the showroom. According to their website, they are a boutique business that is dedicated to understanding the client’s need and lifestyle. Whether you are looking for a classical piece or an assistance for your interior needs, you can check Bungalow 55.
Lovers of wood décor and interiors would love this store. They believe in the importance of bringing families together. Their furniture designs are inspired with the thought of having a better experience of family at home. They are also trying their best to be sustainable and they are maximizing the use of every wooden piece that they get. They are making sure that no materials are wasted and thrown.
Singapore Trading Post
Singapore Trading Post are for vintage lovers out there. If you want to redecorate your room and make it into some vintage hub, then you can check out the pieces in Singapore Trading Post. Their furniture is sourced from old trading posts – India, China and Indonesia. Classic and vintage pieces can be found in the store as well. They are constantly searching for a fresh gift idea to add to their selection.
Established in 1995, Journey East has continuously supply Singapore with vintage and retro collectibles. However, over the years, they have evolve and they are including eco-friendly teak wood furniture and industrial-styled furnishings. They also have modern designer furniture pieces and home accessories.
Although not included in this list, but of course Ikea has a store in Singapore. Who doesn’t love Ikea? They have been providing us either a modular or contemporary piece of furniture. You can choose a store that will go along your sense of style. This stores can be a little overwhelming because everything is so beautiful and looks great. Always stick to your design plan. Stick to your budget as well.