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It’s never too early to start thinking about Christmas decorations. Get inspiration and pick up chic styling tips at Make Room’s Christmas Interior Styling Workshop. All participants will get 20 percent off Make Room’s amazing Christmas collection. 13, 16, 20 or 23 November. make-room.net

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Hate sleeping with your feet sticking out of the end of your Singapore-sized bed? Switch to European Bedding’s larger-sized mattresses and adjustable slatted bases which work together to provide excellent back support and comfort. All mattresses are made of pure latex – a natural, highly elastic material that conforms perfectly to our body shape, thus keeping the spine in its natural position. A 20-percent introductory discount is available from now till the end of the year. europeanbedding.sg



Bigger Warehouse

A Stone’s Throw Away China Collection recently relocated its warehouse to a 3,000-square-foot industrial space in Amtech Building on 159 Sin Ming Road. It’s a five-minute drive from the show home on 20 Malcolm Road, so you can make appointments to view both locations on the same day. Alternatively, China Collection will happily drive you to the new warehouse. chinacollection.com.sg


Play and Eat

A huge collection has just arrived at Visionnaire. Among the extravagant chandeliers and four-poster beds, one item in particular stands out: the Lancaster tavolo biliardo (shown here). This billiard table, made of lacquered wood, glass and gold-lacquered steel, can also be transformed into an elegant dining table. visionnaire.com.sg


New furniture stores in Singapore

Four new furniture stores promising unique furniture and home décor have recently popped up on our radar – check them out.

Furniture and lifestyle store Artful House has something for everyone. The beautiful colonial range sourced from within the region reflects British, Dutch, French and Portuguese influences while the reclaimed and painted wood range is a harmonious blend of traditional and contemporary styles. For the dining room, have a look at the handcrafted, fine bone china dinnerware shown here; it was inspired by the black-necked cranes of Phobjika Valley, Bhutan. 315 Outram Road, #08-04 Tan Boon Liat Building. artful-house.com


Handmade, one-of-a–kind, and sourced directly from artisans to keep prices in check: that’s the kind of quirky furniture you will find at Chillal. None of the items are factory-made; every piece in the store, from stools to lamps, has been lovingly created by artisans around the globe. New items are added monthly, so you can expect to find something different at every visit. 9 Haji Lane. chillal.com


In 1819, the ambitious Thomas Stamford Raffles claimed Singapore for the British East India Company. New home furnishing store, Singapore Trading Post, aims to reflect this colonial past with handpicked pieces from around Asia. Expect to find a wide range of lamps, bedding, tablecloths, rugs, candlesticks and paintings in addition to distinctive furniture. Mention EL or “like” the store on Facebook for a 10-percent discount in the month of November. 102F Pasir Panjang Road, #02-04 Citilink Warehouse. singaporetradingpost.com and facebook.com/Singaporetradingpost


French luxury furniture brand Roche Bobois has finally come to Singapore. The 7,500-square-foot showroom will initially showcase two collections – Les Contemporains (contemporary) and Nouveaux Classiques (classic), including collaborations with Jean Paul Gaultier, Sonia Rykiel, Missoni and Ungaro. 354 Alexandra Road, #01-19/20/21 The Alexis. roche-bobois.com