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3 New Stores for Unique Home Furnishings

Whether you’ve just arrived on the Little Red Dot or been here for years, it’s great to be in the know when it comes to furniture and home décor stores. We’ve got you covered!


Edit Lifestyle

The interiors of Edit Lifestyle emanate a beach holiday vibe with white-washed floorboards and artfully distressed furniture pieces. The new lifestyle boutique carries a selection of furniture and accessories, including coloured glassware, art lithographs, silk cushions, antique napkins, and vintage deck chairs. Also, look out for themed shopping installations, based on founder Florence Lim’s travels and finds from exotic locations.

 At Tudor Court, 137-139 Tanglin Road,  Tel: 6836-5686.


Funny Museum by Daniel Wang

Funny Museum shares shop space with Rose Citron French Design at 23 Keong Saik Road, and the store’s bright green walls complement its strange designs and curious objects. Spot live octopi preserved in mystical orbs of water, hourglasses filled with magnetic sand, vintage paraphernalia, and bespoke furniture designed by store owner Daniel Wang. It’s a crowded space, but you’ll be entertained by the plethora of curios.

At 23 Keong Saik Road, Tel: 9339-6130.


Born In Colour

The K-wave has now reached the domain of home furnishings. The latest collection from local online business Born In Colour comes from South Korea, and offers a range of retro- and vintage-inspired furniture. The small and colourful pieces, such as the Macaron family storage cabinets and Tetris stools (pictured, above), add a touch of humour to homes. The shop also offers Scandinavian and industrial-inspired furniture and accessories.

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By The Home & Décor Team, July 2015

Photo: 123rf.com

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