If you’ve just arrived (or been here a while) and wondering where to buy furniture in Singapore, we’ve pulled together this huge list of the best furniture shops on the red dot for you to start on! This comprehensive guide to Singapore furniture stores covers all areas, budgets and decorating tastes. There’s furniture shops for Asian, contemporary, chic, recycled and vintage furniture. So, whether you’re after a good sofa, antique lamp, modern dining table or a cute kid’s bed, get scrolling!
Best recycled and reclaimed furniture stores
Journey East’s huge 8,600-square-foot furniture store is stocked with reclaimed wood pieces, original Asian vintage treasures, industrial furniture, plus quirky art and accessories from across the globe. You can shop from well-established collections from District Eight, d-Bodhi, Journey East Vintage and United Strangers. And there’s designer furniture here too. We’re smitten with the quirky and creative interior accessory and lighting collections from House Doctor, Pappelina, Tala, Edgar Home and Qeeboo. Also, don’t leave without checking out the in-house collection, PLAYplay, inspired by the colours of Southeast Asia.
#03-02 Tan Boon Liat Building, 315 Outram Road
Visit the massive warehouse space in Bukit Batok for recycled furniture from India and Java as well as functional and contemporary tables and chairs, sofas, coffee tables, beds and accessories. You’ll also find bright and neutral rugs, throw cushions and bedding. Featured brands include Ethnicraft, Nomad, Armadillo Rugs, modern looks from Vincent Sheppard and a huge new outdoor collection. As far as Singapore furniture stores go, this showroom is one of our top spots for items that are oh-so-pleasing to the eye.
Level 5, 1 Bukit Batok Street 22
High-quality furniture with prices that don’t break the bank: that’s what you’ll find at Born in Colour. Visit the store for recycled furniture, such as the Camille Walnut and Bistro Green Rattan collection, which features natural rattan weaved onto beautiful storage pieces like TV consoles and drawer chests. We also love some of the other stunning collections, including Fika Swedish, New Retro and Heim Forrest Walnut: think a strong mid-century style with elements of contemporary modern fusion. There are two established showrooms in the north and south of Singapore, where you’ll find the perfect furniture pieces for your living space – from sofa, dining tables, chairs and solid wood beds to accessories. Or, shop from home on Born in Colour’s online furniture portal.
Born in Colour
#07-11/12 Apex@Henderson Building, 201 Henderson Road
#02-31, 1024 Yishun Industrial Park A
Best antique furniture shops
Among a few Singapore furniture shops at Dempsey Hill is this treasure trove and old expat favourite. The store’s hand-picked antique furniture is sourced from all over the region by husband-and-wife team Chris and Wei Chin Ang. This place is full of colour and history – and great prices!
Browse the space and you’ll find old wedding cabinets from China, Tibetan chests and repurposed Indian furniture. Home décor accessories include rain drums, bronze gongs and statues from Thailand and Myanmar. And there’s also a recycled teak range of furniture.
The store will also customise pieces for you in its Singapore workshop, so you can create a piece that fits perfectly or repurpose an old item – a carved door can be made into a dining table top, for instance.
Woody Antique House
13 Dempsey Road, #01-05
If you’re looking for unique home pieces that will last a lifetime, award-winning store Emperor’s Attic is the place to go. This furniture shop sells affordable high-quality, hand-crafted antique, vintage and reclaimed wooden furniture from Northern China. Each piece is restored and crafted by artisans in unique colours and finishes.
Owner Chantal Travers personally sources directly from Northern China, where the furniture industry is still small, family-run workshops. The durability of Northern wood means these pieces can move when you move, and will thrive in any climate – not just heat and humidity.
In store you will also find a beautiful collection of Singapore-inspired art – artists include Louise Hill, Deborah McKellar, Mishell Leong and Diana Francis. Then there are the home décor items that make perfect gifts for yourself or a friend, including the Blue and White ceramics from Jingdezhen, or the recently launched range of Ginger Jar lamps with handmade shades under a new brand, called Lampton by Emperor’s Attic.
#01-10 Tan Boon Liat Building, 315 Outram Road
This lovely antique store in the Tan Boon Liat Building specialises in antique colonial furniture dating back to the British, Dutch and Portuguese eras in India. It was established in 2007 by the owners Pieter and Marie-Hélène van Houten, who are passionate antique collectors. They select the pieces and have them restored in India before they are shipped to Singapore. There’s home accessories to link in too – such as antique maps, silver photo frames and Good Earth tableware.
The Past Perfect Collection is also available online with international shipping options too – the online store is full of beautiful detailed pictures to help you make your decision.
The Past Perfect Collection
6737 3078 | #11-05 Tan Boon Liat Building, 315 Outram Road
China Collection, which opened 20 years ago, is now in a delightful shophouse at Joo Chiat, with two storeys of beautiful Chinese antique and vintage furniture. This furniture shop also carries a colourful array of Asian-inspired home décor accessories. So, alongside original elm cabinets, painted sideboards, trunks, consoles and altar tables, you’ll find lamps, porcelain ginger jars and vases, bronze rain drums, ornaments, and signature jade and silk tassels. There’s bound to be something you love!
A carefully chosen Chinese antique mixed in with more classic and contemporary pieces can give a room real personality. China Collection also offers customers a complimentary interior styling service to help you get the placement just right.
252 Joo Chiat Road
This family-owned-and-run furniture store has a huge selection of fine Chinese antiques, reproductions and accessories. Look around and you’ll see everything from cabinets, consoles, chests and day beds to Ming-style reproductions and stunning lamps. Just Anthony also stocks elegant silk wall coverings, wall décor and mirrors – and we love the antique room dividers repurposed from old door panels.
379 Upper Paya Lebar Road
Best teak furniture stores
If you’re time-poor, first check out the Soul & Tables website. You’ll be able to view the store’s entire range of contemporary and eco-friendly solid teak furniture. Alternatively, head to the two showrooms in the Tan Boon Liat Building to test the range. The furniture is crafted from sustainable solid teak sourced from teak plantations or reclaimed Javanese timber. They do furniture rentals too!
Soul & Tables
#02-03 & #02-09 Tan Boon Liat Building, 315 Outram Road
If simplicity and elegance are your thing, check out the Scandi-inspired range at Scanteak. The store’s design process centres on creating truly beautiful furniture that serves a purpose – enhancing your home life. The stunning teak range features pieces that often have more than one use. So, they’re perfectly suited to those looking to maximise space in smaller homes. The chic furniture designs for every room of your home feature much-needed storage, while being built with longevity and durability in mind.
12 furniture shops across Singapore
Best designer furniture brands
If you’re looking for designer furniture in Singapore, Danish Design Co curates over 30 Scandinavian brands for customers who are looking for both comfort and luxury. Among the highlights are iconic furniture items from legendary designers like Børge Morgensen, Hans Wegner and Finn Juhl. It’s also well-known for exquisitely comfortable sofas, handcrafted in Europe.
In addition, you’ll find elegant dining sets – many in solid wood – that can be extended, with systems that don’t require extensive effort to use. Also, the store’s outdoor furniture is designed to look like indoor furniture; yet it’s all made with durable materials to withstand Singapore’s weather conditions.
Danish Design Co
#06-03, B&D Building, 100E Pasir Panjang Road
Atelier carries a wide selection of super-luxe international homeware, from Italian furniture and German kitchens to Scandinavian furnishings and Spanish lighting. The carefully curated portfolio of brands includes some of the most iconic products in design history. We’re particularly obsessed with the classic Egg Chair from Fritz Hansen! Another famous piece is the LC4 from Cassina which has earned its place as the definitive chaise lounge. The leader of Italian high-end furniture design is the latest addition to W. Atelier’s repertoire, offering homeowners even more options with its expanded range of classic, contemporary and minimalistic styles. Step into the sprawling three-storey showroom for your complete luxury home solutions that will take care of your bathroom, system kitchen, furniture, lighting and accessories needs.
201 Henderson Road, #01-01 & #03-01
Be greeted by a touch of cool Scandinavian air in tropical Singapore when you enter the Fritz Hansen Lounge – the brainchild of Spanish designer Jaime Hayon. Pop inside the luxe interiors to browse the clean, pure lines and high-quality craftsmanship of classic Danish designs and contemporary releases by the global design giant. You’ll be treated to iconic pieces such as Arne Jacobsen’s the Egg, the Swan and the Drop, and prominent designs by Poul Kjærholm, Hans J. Wegner and Piet Hein. Or, perhaps you’d like something from the Contemporary Collection; it includes pieces by Jaime Hayon, Cecilie Manz, Hiromichi Konno and Jehs+Laub. From designer chairs to tables to lighting and accessories, this lifestyle-centric concept store offers an exquisite shopping experience.
#13-08 Tan Boon Liat Building, 315 Outram Road
Vitra is a family-owned Swiss design company known for its furniture classics by Verner Panton and Jean Prouvé, and contemporary designs by figures such as Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, Hella Jongerius, Jasper Morrison and Kostantin Grcic. Own a piece of design history with the Vitra Originals: Panton Chair, Standard and Organic Chair, or spruce up your home and office space with selections from the Vitra Home, Office and Accessories Collections – easily grouped together to inspire your environment.
Vitra’s design philosophy is that home and office spaces work best as a “collage”. This means plenty of options for you to mix in old and new, high and low, classic and contemporary pieces. The result? Vibrant living and working spaces to do your best work.
#14-08 Tan Boon Liat Building, 315 Outram Road
Housed in a luxurious three-storey showroom on Henderson Road, ‘The Cassina Perspective’ is a 300-square-metre space that’s perfect for those who are passionate about contemporary design, heritage and innovation. It features Cassina’s modern furniture icons, which are all about form, style and luxury for both indoors and outdoors. Included in the mix of great finds are large creative seating areas with gorgeous coffee tables, and sleek desks that take up minimal space.
The company was founded in the Italian city of Meda by Cesare and Umberto Cassina in 1927; together, the pair helped to launch industrial design in Italy during the 50s by taking a completely new approach. This included a shift from handcraftsmanship to a combination of striking technological skill and traditional craftsmanship, following plenty of meticulous research and development. According to the brand, The Cassina Perspective is about the best in contemporary design – “avant-gardism, authenticity, excellence” – and it offers a broad range of configurations for the home.
Cassina is exclusively distributed in Singapore by W. Atelier.
201 Henderson Road, #01-01
If you like your furniture to be a little unusual and not what you might find on the high street, visit the Black & Walnut furniture store near VivoCity Mall. The range of distinctive, designer-inspired (not replica) luxury furniture won’t break the bank either. The team works hard to source products straight from craftsmen around the world. They cut out the middlemen, too, so you get designer furniture, without the designer price tag. Black & Walnut also offers a service with a difference. If your home isn’t ready to move into just yet, the team will happily store your purchased items up for to six months – at no additional charge!
Black & Walnut
Level 1, 43 Keppel Road
Best eclectic Singapore furniture shops
This furniture store is a haven for every type of luxury homeware and furniture. There’s lighting and giftware, huge Flemish wall tapestries depicting African tribal leaders, plus cutlery and crockery (created by Jean Dubost for Laguiole), and ceramics and elegant etched glassware by Costa Nova from Portugal. Take a look, too, at the wooden serving boards by Dutch Deluxes, the beds for pampered pooches and the 100 percent Belgian linen from Libeco.
The store also has elegant tables, chairs and sideboards from renowned Belgian brand Flamant. It’s the exclusive seller of quirky children’s furniture brand Mathy by Bols, along with other must-have Belgian pieces. House of AnLi also serves some of the best food and coffee on the island (just follow your nose!); you can try great Mediterranean dishes at Pano Kato restaurant on Level 2, and there’s also a café on Level 3.
New: ‘House of AnLi The Loft!’ is a brand new addition to the existing stores; it’s a 6,500-square-foot space on Level 2, dedicated to furniture and bringing a new lifestyle experience to Tanglin Mall.
House of AnLi
#03-17 & #02-21-23 Tanglin Mall, 163 Tanglin Road
If you’ve ever stared wistfully at a colourful piece of bone inlay or mother-of-pearl furniture and wondered where it was from, well, now you’ve found it! The Hacienda Blue collection has been meticulously designed by owner Josephine Blunck and created by artisans in India over the past decade. It features geometrically patterned side tables, chests of drawers, dining tables, coffee tables, stools and more in a range of colours – every shade of blue, pink, grey, silver, gold and black. You can even work with the team to custom-make a design. Also, the store’s highly sought-after range of accessories – salad bowls, tableware, trays, coasters, vases and stunning cashmere throws – make the most divine gifts for you or a friend! Visit the beautiful showroom in Woking Road to see for yourself.
17 Woking Road (open Monday to Friday 10am to 2pm and weekends by appointment)
If you’re shopping for furniture and home accessories here, you’ll never have to worry about finding the same piece of furniture at your next-door neighbour’s house. The 50,000-square-foot furniture showroom carries a diverse range of styles from unique Indian pieces and oriental Chinese finds, to luxurious American brands. Choose rustic or glamorous!
Taylor B is known as a hidden gem, and a go-to place for furniture shopping, loved by expats who are looking for charming and individual styles of furniture. Come in with a faint idea of what you want and the team will showcase hundreds of pieces that you didn’t know you needed! There are lamps, art and crockery, too.
9758 3598 | 65 Mohammed Sultan Road
This store embodies a fresh, laid-back approach to living environments. There are lots of interesting textures, from sustainable rattan to reclaimed teak wood. These pair blissfully with white-wash finishes, hand-carved stone pieces and luxurious textiles, so you can create an interesting and atmospheric home.
Also, for anyone tired of the same old stuff, Island Living stocks pieces inspired by the latest global trends in interiors, offering an ever-changing range of stylish yet functional pieces that suit the lifestyle in Singapore.
In-house designer Karin Rysgaard is constantly on the lookout for unique and interesting products to add to the collection. You can buy most pieces online, or go to the showroom to unearth great one-of-a-kind finds and to view the full range.
8780 5139 | 5 Eunos Ave 8A, #02-05 Henry Design Centre
If you want to get that Bali-holiday feel in your own home, Kulturë Home Decor is the online store to check out. It specialises in exotic home décor and custom-made furniture from the Indonesian island.
They offer a wide range of decorative panels, bed headboards and mirrors with wallet-friendly price tags. Expect vibrant colours and designs that will pop on your wall! Each item is handcrafted by one of their artisans in Bali. Kulturë Home Decor also offers made-to-order options, allowing you to fully customise your decorative panels, including size, colour, finish and design, and furniture such as door frames, study tables and large floor mirrors. The owners, Charles and Esi, are a wealth of knowledge and always happy to help, allowing a seamless and enjoyable shopping experience.
Best shops for bespoke furniture
Arete Culture is a one-stop shop for interior needs, with a focus on made-to-order and customised furniture and home accessories. Designed and curated by interior stylist Caroline Chin-Geyler, the collection is refreshed each month. Impress your guests with Arete’s elegant accessories sourced from all over the world. Or, explore the Bespoke Boutique Collection that features a wide range of customisable furniture. Whether it’s a dining table, console, bed frame or headboard, you can choose your desired material, finish, colour and size. It’ll be available in just three weeks.
#06-01 Tan Boon Liat Building, 315 Outram Road; and Atelier by Arete, 20 Depot Lane
Orthopaedic bedding specialist Dormiente provides solutions for a healthier rest and a comfy night’s sleep. All the products are made in Germany using natural and certified organic materials, then tested against 200 harmful chemical residues – a perfect solution for allergy sufferers. The best-selling Natural Classic Orthoform Female and Male Mattresses provide orthopaedic support in seven body zones; they’re recommended by the German Association of Back Posture Trainers to help with the regeneration of the spine.
Choose from 50 toxic-free bed designs, handcrafted using sustainably sourced solid wood. You can customise any organic natural latex mattress, orthopaedic adjustable bed base, bed or sofa bed here.
#11-10 Tan Boon Liat Building, 315 Outram Road
Renting furniture doesn’t have to mean worn out, boring pieces. Pay a visit to Gallery 278 by Esco Leasing and you’ll see why. This long-standing furniture shop on River Valley Road offers flexible lease options from a few days (short-term) all the way to years (long-term). You can customise items, too. And while you wait you’ll get a complimentary loan of a similar piece. If you end up loving the pieces you’ve rented, no problem: you have the option of purchasing when the lease ends. There’s a collection of handcrafted contemporary and rustic wood furniture and accessories to choose from. You can even have the team spruce up your favourite sofa or table through their re-upholstery and re-finishing services – they’ll look as good as new!
Gallery 278 by Esco Leasing
278 River Valley Road
If you’re looking for statement furniture but you’re not sure of your plans in Singapore yet, take a visit to WTP’s three-storey furniture showroom. This is both a retail shop and leasing company offering ready-to-go furniture, furnishings, accessories and artwork, as well as custom-made furniture for purchase or rent. Buy or rent one piece or fill your entire home! And, if you become attached to the furniture, a rental package from WTP also includes the option to buy back at the end of a lease. What’s more, furniture maintenance is included with all packages. Speak to the team about customisation and interior design too.
WTP The Furniture Company
3 Kung Chong Road
This furniture shop at Tan Boon Liat specialises in gorgeous solid wood slabs – perfect as a centrepiece for your home. There are also perfect leather sofas to host family and friends. Leather is great for kids! Grey & Sanders offers a wide range of high-quality furniture that’s built to last. If you have something specific in mind, the team can help customise your new wooden table. From the kind of legs and type of wood you prefer, to the exact size that’ll fit your dining space, they’ve got you covered.
Grey & Sanders
#06-02 Tan Boon Liat Building, 315 Outram Road; and #02-42 Millenia Walk, 9 Raffles Boulevard
Best outdoor furniture shops in Singapore
OHMM exclusively sells woven outdoor furniture. The furniture store only focuses on handcrafting woven product made at its own factory in Cebu, Philippines – home to the world’s best weavers. This ensures it’s hardy enough for the outdoors here.
The host of benefits from shopping for your outdoor furniture at OHMM starts with the five-year warranty and each piece has a unique quality assurance serial number for your piece of mind. Plus the choice of fibre and fabric colours – so you can style your outdoor life as you would inside. Drop in for coffee in their showroom and you’ll get an idea why the store claimed the title of Best Outdoor Furniture in the Expat Living Readers’ Choice Awards for three years in a row!
30 Merchant Road, #03-09 Riverside Point
As the largest outdoor furniture retailer in Singapore, Boulevard carries a huge range of outdoor furniture, suitable for the smallest balcony to the largest estate. Its signature collections are primarily manufactured in Indonesia, with emphasis on sourcing top materials and combining them with skilled craftsmanship to produce beautiful items of quality and style. The company keeps prices low by avoiding expensive showroom locations, keeping its business online, and offering a streamlined range of products which they know customers will love. Their confidence in costs is evident in their online pricing transparency.
The timeless classics available at Boulevard include wicker weaves and modern takes like rope twists, padded slings and marine leatherette. You’ll have no trouble finding beautiful, functional and weather-friendly pieces at easy-to-swallow prices; also, be sure to check out the exclusive range of gazebos and cabanas while you’re there.
Boulevard Outdoor Furniture
43 Keppel Road #W1-01/02/03
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This newcomer to the Expat Living site has a very interesting mix – think contemporary designer style but at reasonable prices. Next Phase wants to be more than just a collection of furniture; it wants a buyer to connect with a certain piece straight away, and to love it! The focus is not only to offer a collection of wall art and furniture pieces that are emotive, easy to grasp and satisfying, but also to be the centre of creative design, a stage for trendsetters and a paradise for clever buyers.
From different tables, bed frames, sofas and cabinets, to clocks, lamps and mirrors, there’s something for every room in the house here. Shopping is made even easier, too, thanks to the handy online shop, interest-free instalment plans and free delivery over $300.
1 Kaki Bukit Road 1, #01-07 Enterprise One Building
This gorgeous showroom in the Tan Boon Liat Building is jam-packed with wonderful fabrics, leathers and soft furnishings. There are textiles from all over the world, perfect for upholstery, curtains, cushions and also bespoke furniture – the ideal thing for giving a favourite piece of furniture a contemporary and stylish new lease on life. You’ll get to choose the colour, texture and design to suit your space and lifestyle. And you’ll also get to modernise, be creative, and make each piece more comfortable and beautiful.
The BODE team will guide you expertly through the whole process, and you can be assured of the store’s excellent quality of workmanship.
#05-10 Tan Boon Liat Building, 315 Outram Road
This family-run company makes elegant, well-crafted furniture that works for both indoors and outdoors; the pieces are especially able to cope with tropical conditions. The team have manufactured and exported pieces from their factory in Indonesia for 30 years, and only recently started selling directly to consumers.
The focus at The Furniture Makers is very much on the quality and source of the raw materials, as well as being socially responsible. The team has decades of experience in weaving, woodcraft and metalwork, and since they oversee every step of the process, they’re confident of the quality of the products – and incredibly proud of them too.
The Furniture Makers
9234 4966 (call or text to make an appointment) | 1 Upper Aljunied Link, Joo Seng Warehouse #05-01
Located in a meticulously renovated Tiong Bahru shophouse, European Bedding carries organic latex mattresses and pillows, FSC-certified bed bases and bamboo sheets. The Heveya mattresses are made of 100 percent organic latex. Available in three densities across three different heights, each mattress is encased in a handy removable cover made of soft bamboo fibre and filled with organic cotton padding.
The store offers both Singapore-size and European-size mattresses but you can also customise. If you need a particular size and different firmness levels (even within one cover), European Bedding can make it for you. Your choice of mattress also comes with a 100-day trial. So you can, as they say, sleep on it …
32 Eng Hoon Street
Elements Concept carries beautifully handcrafted furniture and home accessories with a tropical touch; think rattan, bamboo, teak, marble, brass and handwoven cotton. The focus here is on careful attention to details and quality. These are one-of-a-kind pieces, handmade in the Elements workshop. The collection shows off a unique combination of Dutch design and Indonesian craftsmanship and includes dining tables, dining chairs, lounge chairs, sofas, side tables, coffee tables, stools, lamps, lanterns, mirrors, baskets, rugs and more. Be sure to check out the online offerings or the store in Joo Chiat.
The AC Boutique, 420 Joo Chiat Road
You can now have beautifully crafted natural marble furniture in your home without burning a hole in your pocket, thanks to The Marble People; plus there’s an interest-free instalment option.
With their ready stock, you won’t have to wait months to get what you want – though, with so much choice, it might take you a while to decide! Each piece of natural marble here is guaranteed to be unique because of the individual markings and colouring. The store will also customise a special piece so you can create something that fits perfectly in your home. There’s a ten-year warranty, too, so you needn’t worry about it lasting in this climate; and marble is always lovely and cool to touch.
Have a look at the space for furniture, crockery and accessories, too.
The Marble People
#05-11 Four Star Building, 44 Kallang Place
Bungalow 55 boutique is a melting pot of perfectly sourced homewares from around the world. Think Hampton’s with a splash of old Hollywood. The collection includes lamps, hand-painted prints, pendant lighting, rugs, furniture and accessories to make your old or new space feel like home. In addition, the store offers a complimentary styling consultation, as well as custom interior design. And, if you love a bit of Insta-inspo, make sure you also follow the furniture store’s epic Instagram account, @bungalow55.
8D Dempsey Road, #03-04
Kids grow (and grow up!) so quickly you’d be forgiven for wishing they didn’t – they’ve just come out of a cot and suddenly they’re a teenager. But kids’ furniture brand Kuhl Home has a solution. It designs furniture to adapt to your child’s needs as they age. All the beds are convertible and made with solid pine wood, which helps the frame remain sturdy and durable after multiple conversions. The furniture is hard-wearing, safe and beautifully crafted. The range includes Danish brands Lifetime Kidsrooms and Oliver Furniture. Each piece is environmentally friendly and safe for your child – made without the use of toxic materials – and also includes a five-year warranty.
#08-01 Century Warehouse, 100E Pasir Panjang Road
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Alexandra and Tampines
Who doesn’t have a bit of IKEA dotted around their home? From family-friendly sofas with removable covers, to bold rugs and storage galore, there’s every kind of item in this popular store.