“Variety is the spice of life!” says Naazli Somjee, director of furniture retail store WTP. She’s referring to the store’s recent introduction of a new collection of home furniture, including sofas, dining tables and beds. “Having new collections that integrate into our current range gives shoppers the opportunity to try different looks, without having to travel to umpteen different stores.”
The new furniture has been designed both by WTP’s in-house team and as part of a collaboration with other designers around the region, with the aim of producing unique pieces across the store. “All the items are brand new, and can either be purchased outright or put on a long-term lease, with a minimum duration of 12 months,” says Naazli.
Specific colour trends to note for this season include oranges and jewel tones. Naazli says, “As always, monochrome is in, but this time it’s not just black and white, but different shades of grey.” She adds that WTP’s customers are proving more adventurous with colours too – “and not just with cushions, but with integrating more colourful main pieces of furniture into their spaces.”
For those customers looking for cool and unique pieces of furniture in Singapore, it’s worth noting that WTP’s new collection uses different materials, including velvet and plush. “This adds a touch of luxury to any space, and it looks great when you mix it up in a space with linen or leather,” says Naazli. Raw and sustainable woods continue to prove increasingly popular, including woods with defects – pieces that are now recycled rather than thrown away.
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