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Furniture shopping news in Singapore: Stores, collections and more

 

Blooming Lovely
Brand new flower delivery service The Bloom Room now supplies artfully arranged floral bouquets to homes and offices in the Joo Chiat, Marine Parade, Tampines and Pasir Ris area on a weekly basis. Plans are afoot to expand the service to the rest of the island this year. With subscription prices starting from $25 a week, you can sign up for a minimum of four weeks and receive gorgeous bunches at your door – and you even get a complimentary glass vase with your first delivery for good measure.

 

Chic Homeware
Give your guest room the five-star treatment by adding a few simple touches to really make your visitors feel at home. Decorative soaps, reading material and fresh water on the bedside table in a new Snapware Eco Flow carafe, which comes with a convenient glass that fits on top, are just the beginning. Towels folded into the shape of animals are going to require a bit more effort. $25. Available at major department stores including Metro, Tangs and OG.

 

Efficient and Eco-friendly
Leading European brand Beko has arrived on Singapore’s shores and offers a variety of home appliances, including refrigerators with an ice-cream making function, rice-storing refrigerators and environmentally friendly options such as low-water-consumption dishwashers and machines with energy saving features. Check out the range at Courts Megastore, Courts Jurong Point and Causeway Point.

 

Functional Forms
The new Shape the Forms showroom on South Bridge Road showcases and highlights the benefits of functional USM Modular Furniture, designed to fit into awkward or unusual space arrangements. 17A/19A South Bridge Road.

 

Picturesque Paintings
If you’ve got some bare walls that are begging to be filled, furniture, art and home accessories showroom Iwannagohome has a range of charming paintings of landscape scenery and ethnic dwellings from China, which employ an adopted style of creative art using natural materials like sandstone. #01-35/36 Great World City and #02-19A/20 Tanglin Mall.

 

Furniture with Flair
Head to Mai Home atelier to add some flair to your home with a variety of art deco, Asian, fusion, classical and contemporary lacquered furniture styles. The glossy finish of the 12-layer surface is the result of a painstaking two-month traditional Vietnamese lacquering process. 30 East Coast Road, #02-21 Katong V.

 

Story provided by EL’s February 2014 print edition, y’all

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