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Furniture shopping in Singapore: New collections and stores in April 2014

Our top shopping picks from Singapore’s awesome furniture stores. Don’t mind us while we whack all of the below in the basket… 

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You may have spotted one of these canvas prints on someone’s wall by now, and if you’re hankering after one of your own, the nice people at C+S Art Prints have made it even easier to order one with their new website, where customers can personalise their own one-of-a-kind canvas.



has rolled out a new range of products, brought in direct from the UK. This includes a selection of floral paper chains and tags just in time for Easter, a crochet-it-yourself caterpillar and a selection of funky, bright photo frames. There’s something for every age.


One of OHMM's many outdoor collections 

Spring-cleaning and in the market for some new outdoor furniture? OHMM’s new range, Coast, is made from durable aluminium and is available in a variety of colours including bronze, mocha and silver (pictured). We think it looks just right for lazy days and balmy nights, but why not find out for yourself? OHMM is offering readers 35 percent off the new collection when you present a copy of this news piece.



Past Perfect’s latest delivery of British colonial furniture showcases stylish heirlooms from India’s past including easy chairs, sofas, cupboards and dining tables. Head to #02-01D Sime Darby Centre.



What would you expect from a former Ferrari designer’s furniture collection? Sleek forms, bold colours and a luxurious finish, of course. Ken Okuyama, designer of the Ferrari Enzo, has teamed up with German furniture brand Domicil to create a range of leather sofas and chairs, a selection of which is available in Domicil’s Tanglin showroom. 56 Tanglin Road, #02-01/02.



If you struggle for space in your home, take a look at In Roads’ early 20th-century-style reproduction pieces. The new store’s “trunk” furniture includes a three-in-one bed that folds from bed to couch to trunk, and a secretary trunk in leather, canvas and mahogany that also packs up neatly. 315 Outram Road, #05-04 Tan Boon Liat Building.



Don’t let the side down with your boring old disposable partyware, try The Local’s China Collection, a range of stylishly designed disposable cups, plates and napkins. Available from Goods and Desire and hipvan.com, 25 plates and cups will set you back $15, and a pack of 50 napkins costs $14.



Get lost in Prakalyam Gallery’s new Ubi showroom, set across 280 square metres and two floors. The gallery is stuffed full of Indian colonial furniture, with over 200 pieces on display, aged between 100 and 300 years old.



For a touch of glamour and sophistication, a chandelier can work wonders. Galanga Living now stocks its own take on the traditional crystal chandelier – the Opera wooden-beaded version. Use it in the centre of the room or in a corner as an alternative to a side-table light. Available in whitewash or dusty petrol blue.