From themed beds to child-sized chairs, these kids furniture stores will give your little one’s room a revamp.
Although furniture stores are common around Singapore, finding the perfect kids furniture store is easier said than done. From design and durability to safety, practicality and your child’s personal interests, there’s so much to take into consideration.
If you’re stuck on where to find good-quality and adorable children’s furniture in Singapore, check out our guide below on where to buy. Plus, you can see some sweet kids bedroom ideas, for some inspiration.
1. Deer Industries
If you’re looking for boho-chic yet sleek kids furniture with playful colours, Deer Industries has an excellent collection. It’s nestled in Tan Boot Liat Building, which is filled with floor after floor of furniture stores. Deer Industries is a worthy addition to this building because it has everything you need for a kid’s bedroom, from practical bunk beds, to animal themed tapestries and comfy bean bags.
Tip: Bedding is an easy way to spice up a kids bedroom. So check out Deer Industries’ creative and soft bed sheets and duvet covers, with designs like giant dinosaurs or colourful wild animals.
2. Piccolo House
Elegance is at the core of this interior boutique that specialises in childrens furniture. Seriously, anything you’ll purchase will elevate your little one’s bedroom. Go for a creative yet sleek bookshelf design, like the Townhouse Bookcase (from $329). Your kid will surely imagine a crazy little town right in their bedroom.
Kids bedroom idea: If you have a little princess at home, Sweetheart Dressing Tables (from $349, shown here) are perfect, especially paired with flower wall decals.
Address: 10 Ubi Cres, #01-63, Lobby D, Ubi Techpark, 408564
Tel: 6743 8884
Opening hours: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. (Tues. to Sun.)
If safety is your priority, the simple, functional and fun furniture from Scandinavian shop Flexa will be right up your alley. For example, you’ll find canopies and slides to give your kid’s room an adventurous edge. Additionally, the modular pieces can be easily mixed and matched to suit your little one’s needs, and come in several colour choices.
The best part? Flexa beds are made to last throughout childhood. If your child is having a sleepover, simply transform the single bed into a trundle, to make a guest bed. Or add on a bunk bed to the existing frame when your little one isn’t so little, anymore. Not to mention, Flexa makes the interior design process easy, with themed textiles such as princess, jungle, circus, knight and more.
Address: 583 Orchard Rd., #02-19, Forum Shopping Mall, 238884 / 6 Raffles Blvd., #02-07, Marina Square, 039594
Tel: 9642 4069 / 8893 0879
Opening hours: 10:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. (Daily)
4. Kathy’s Cove
This local brand sustainably produces eco-friendly furniture in natural textures and materials. The focus is on shelves, benches and trunk storage made of sustainable rattan and bamboo, in modern geometric designs. Rattan cane lasts for generations but it’s hard to work with. But a special team of craftsmen carefully make this furniture by hand from rattan, ensuring the best quality.
Kids Bedroom Idea: The rattan Spencer’s Toy & Storage Trunk (from $99), is a great way to encourage toddlers and smaller children to put their toys away. And for older kids, take a look at the Caleb’s Junior Desk with Drawers ($339). It’s the perfect blend of vintage and tropical.
Address: Online only
Do not overlook the vast selection of children’s furniture at IKEA. The furniture is not made to last a million years, but you don’t need that with children’s furniture, anyway. The furniture is affordable, and you can find a range of design options. Best of all, the designs are mix and match, which makes them easy to customise. We’ve all seen DIY IKEA hacks! If you hate self-assembly, IKEA in Singapore offer a delivery and construction service, for a fee.
The IKEA bunk and loft beds are extremely functional. Take a look at the Kura Reversible Bed ($219), that can be converted into a low bed or a loft bed. To make the perfect play corner in a compact Singapore home, you can nestle a study or creative desk below the loft bed, such as the Flisat Children’s Bench ($44.90).
Address: 317 Alexandra Rd., 159965 / 60 Tampines North Dr. 2, 528764
Tel: 6786 6868
Opening hours: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. (Sun. to Thurs.); 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. (Fri. to Sat.) / 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. (Sun. to Thurs.); 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. (Fri. to Sat.)
Despite its name, there’s nothing ordinary about the colourful furniture at Decordinary. The store stocks intricately designed rattan furniture that will surely be a welcome statement piece in any child’s bedroom. The Kids Rattan Rocking Chair ($109.25) comes in simple white or black or vivid hues like lime, fuchsia and lemon yellow. Fair warning, you may be tempted to pick up a ceramic trinket or majestic rattan chair for yourself, when you visit this store.
Kids bedroom idea: An eye-catching wallpaper mural can transform any child’s room in just a few hours. Check out the vintage-inspired designs at this store, which include jungle and dinosaur-themed wallpaper. Even better, Decordinary offers magnetic wallpaper! Shown here, the wallpaper stimulates storytelling and imagination by enabling children to position magnetic toys where they want.
Address: 32 Kallang Pudding Rd., #06-05 Elite Industrial Building I, 349313
Tel: 6848 6686
Opening hours: Appointment only
This line of kids furniture in Singapore is designed here, and made in Indonesia using responsibly sourced hardwood. Designs are created to foster your child’s creative development. For example, the Wynona Activity Table ($150) helps kids play and learn. It’s designed with raised edges so small toys don’t roll onto the floor. This makes the table perfect for construction projects, painting and even sand castle building. As a bonus, the mess more-or-less stays on the table, so playtime is less hassle to clean up.
Address: 1 Kim Seng Promenade #02-113, Great World City, 237994
Tel: 6513 9878
Opening hours: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. (Daily)
8. Kuhl Home
Kuhl Home offers ingenious bedroom furniture from Europe that grows with your child. For example, baby beds can convert into bigger beds for toddlers, single beds can be converted into bunk beds and modular bookcases can be extended as your child collects more books.
The company offers children furniture from two trusted Danish brands: Lifetime Kidsrooms and Oliver Furniture. Products are produced without the use of toxic materials, making them environmentally friendly and safe for children. The furniture comes with a five year warranty and all designs are TUV-certified. (TUV is an independent certification system used in Northern Europe, Germany and Austria to test and inspect products, to ensure they meet safety requirements).
You’ll find loft beds here with roofs on top, like the Hideout Kids Loft Bed (from $5,724), or the Play Tower Kids Loft Bed (from $3,426; shown here). You can also find study desks for children, like the ergonomic and Height Adjustable Desk (from $888).
Address: 100E Pasir Panjang Rd., #08-01 B&D Building, 118521
Tel: 6270 8487
Opening hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Mon. to Sat.); 12 to 6 p.m. (Sun.)
9. Cuckoo Little Lifestyle Store
This is pretty much the one-stop shop for chilren’s furniture, toys, accessories and decor. Most of the furniture pieces are mid-century modern style, with just enough wooden accents to add warmth to a modern Singapore home.
The store also carries fun items like children’s play teepees in stylish shades ($285). Or check out the stuffed animal trophy heads that you can mount on the wall in your child’s room, (from $130). Plus, you can find comfy classic clothing for babies, children and women.
If you’re in search of nursery essentials, Motherswork has everything from cots and miniature furniture for children, to practical accessories for mums. The Boori Natty cot bed ($499; shown here), starts as a cot but can be converted to a “big kid bed” when your child grows into a toddler. The cot bed is made of sustainable wood and painted with a unique eco-blend bio paint.
In the nursery section you can find a range of fun kids furniture in Singpaore, from adorable Essa Grace miniature wooden animal chairs ($160) to benches (from $165). The store even carries wallpaper and decals for children’s rooms.
Address: 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #02-118, Great World City, 237994 / 163 Tanglin Rd., #03-15, Tanglin Mall, 247933
Tel: 6738 5886 / 6738 2161
Opening hours: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. (Daily) / 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. (Daily)
If we’re really talking about functionality, these ergonomic desks are perfect to enhance comfort and productivity. The moll Champion desk (from $2,340) is a masterpiece of kid’s furniture in Singapore because it can be customised to suit your child’s body, and how they sit.
For example, the height can be raised or lowered and the desktop panels can be set at different angles to suit drawing, writing or reading – or left flat to suit work on laptops and desktops. In addition, the Champion desks comes with left and right hand panel settings.
If you’re interested in an ergonomic desk for yourself, adult-sized desks are also available.
Address: 501 Orchard Rd., #03-07A, Wheelock Place, 238880
Tel: 6737 7250
Opening hours: 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. (Daily)
Kidshaven believes in transforming a kid’s imagination into reality,with fantasy furniture and decor. If you’re searching for kids’ furniture in Singapore, you can find top international brands for children here, all under one roof. Take a look at swanky car-shaped children’s beds, including the HB Rooms Grand Prix Basic Car Bed (from $549; shown here). Or how about a HB Rooms Grand Hello Kitty Car Bed? (from $1,499).
Plus, Kidshaven makes it easy to shop by theme. Furniture and decor items are grouped into decor themes, like Victorian Age for wannabe princesses or Jungle Book for adventure lovers. Within these themes, you’ll find anything from desks and storage to lamps and bed frames.
Address: 25 Playfair Rd., 367990
Tel: 9647 6711
Opening hours: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Mon. to Tues, Thurs. to Fri.); 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. (Sat. to Sun.)
This article was first published on Young Parents, Jan 2017 / Additional reporting by Isabel Wibowo / Last updated: Sara Lyle Bow, October 2021