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Singapore Home Furnishing Stores to Add Soft Touches to Your Home

This month we’re talking about furniture: where to buy, where to sell it, how to use it to make your house feel like home. We’ll help you take your home from sad to rad with help from the island’s finest stores. Here are 4 great for adding soft touches to your home.



Danovel couch

Give your home character with gorgeous Art de Lys tapestry cushions made by traditional weaving Jacquard machines. Bright prints, like those on the fun flamingo collection (left; from $128), are perfect for waking up a tired sofa.  Or, just replace the sofa! Danovel retails a great selection such as the Surfdale set (above; from $2,000). (19 Tanglin Rd) 


Crate & Barrel

This American import is The Finder’s favourite place to go to for a little décor therapy. Making waves when it first landed on Singapore’s shores, it has since expanded from its original location at ION Orchard to include a 25,000-square-foot retail space at Orchard Gateway, spanning five levels. Each floor features a different assortment of products, from upholstered furniture and wooden casegoods to pillows, drapes and bedding. With so many chic choices, you can easily mix and match. (2 Orchard Turn) 


Bungalow 55

Founder Nina Beale is the force of personality behind this stylish shop, scouring family-owned business around the Western world to deliver the goods (i.e., tasteful pieces with plenty of flair). Bring a touch of the tropics into your home with nautical-themed accessories, pendant lighting, seashells and colourful rugs. (501 Bukit Timah Rd.)


European Bedding

What are beautiful linens without a comfy bed? Complete the set with European Bedding’s mattresses and bedding systems (from $1,188), which are tailored to fit your personal needs and come with removable and washable covers. (391B Orchard Rd) 


By Hazel Vincent De Paul, The Finder, October 2015

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