Whether you’re shopping for something specific for your home or simply a spot of decorating inspiration, check out our top picks from Singapore’s furniture stores below.
Those lovely folks at Journey East have spared some retail space for eclectic furnishings company District Eight Design. Swoon over a signature foosball table made from reclaimed hardwood and cast iron, bedroom furniture from reclaimed loom components, and a glass dining table supported by solid cast-iron press legs. Drawing inspiration from the industrial age and the French Colonial period, District Eight showcases both vintage and modern industrial pieces.
Tan Boon Liat Building, 315 Outram Road, #03-02
Dulux’s new Wash & Wear paint with KidProof technology ($23 per 1-litre can) is formulated with a protective layer that repels water and tough stains, including your child’s favourites – soft drink, ice cream and fluorescent pens. All can be magically wiped off with a damp cloth and detergent. The paint is also low in odour and free of lead and mercury. Head here for stockists.
Designer children’s furniture store Ni-Night has partnered with chic chauffeur service Uber to give you a free Black Car ride down to the store – talk about a swanky start to a shopping trip! To request your private driver, follow these three steps:
- Download the Uber app on your iPhone or Android device.
- Sign up with the Ni-Night promo code for your free ride (capped at $40).
- Select your pick-up location and tap “Request Black Car”.
Available until 15 April. For more information, head here.
Antiques for Less
Don’t miss out on a bargain this month at Apsara and Planter’s at Tanglin Shopping Centre. All collections are being marked down by a very generous 50 percent.
uInfinity OSIM Massage Chair: Our Verdict
“My first time in this massage chair was like riding a bucking rodeo bull. Every limb, joint and muscle was stimulated and given a thorough workout – though that may be because my colleagues messed with the settings. Once I had the nifty touch screen controller to myself, I found pre-set programs to suit my tall frame and adjusted the strength to my liking. The chair kneads, taps, rolls and gives a massage that gets deep into every part of the body; the calf massage was probably my favourite. Over the course of a few weeks I tried out the different programs and options, suitable for after you’ve been running, playing golf or overdoing the yoga. But I didn’t manage to get any reading done – the book was tossed aside in favour of 15 minutes of shuteye.’
OSIM uInfinity massage chair, $7,988. Head here for stockist information.
Online design marketplace Naiise.com has added four new sustainable home and living brands to its roster. New designers Ethnicraft, Galanga Living, eco u and ScanWood all use responsibly sourced or recycled wood and promote ethical methods of production. If you like to see and touch before buying, you can head down to the NONG x Naiise pop-up store, a collaboration between Naiise and Edible Gardens – a company that aims to promote urban farming in Singapore – held on the sixth floor rooftop of People’s Park Complex on weekdays from 4pm to 7pm until 31 March.
Bose’s first Wi-Fi music system is controlled through a home network by an app available for Android, iPhone, Mac and Windows. Once installed on your mobile and desktop devices, the SoundTouch lets you stream music wirelessly in any room with lifelike audio quality. It comes in three versions: SoundTouch 30 ($1,099), 20 ($639) and Portable ($639).
Available to pre-order now from Atlas e-store.
New At Lush
Contemporary furniture store Lush’s new arrivals include a range of sophisticated sofas in neutral shades, as well as new coffee and console tables with interesting design features such as bright colours and unusual extendable partitions.