Absent from the Singapore retail market for several years, global home fashion brand Aussino has returned to Singapore with a new 3,000 sq ft concept store at Harbourfront Centre.
Aussino International plans to be back for a long-term business development in Southeast Asia and hope to have at least 7 stores islandwide by mid-2019.
Aussino is a USA brand originating from Australia. They are a leading international retailer and wholesaler of home fashion textiles with a global presence in more than 30 countries with over 8000 retail outlets and point of sales worldwide.
Be wooed by Wandewoo's curated range of handmade and hand-painted home and lifestyle accessories.
This new store at Marina Square is the brainchild of Singaporean space stylist, Sonny Boey and his two siblings.
Wandewoo, a beautiful portmanteau created from a combination of the English words wander and woo. Through Wandewoo, the founders of the company want to woo the world with their curated range of beautiful and asthetically exquisite products that would style up the working and living spaces of city dwellers.
Wander freely throught the aisles, feel the exquisite pieces and be awed by the creative store display in Wandewoo. A wonderful shopping experience awaits you!
King Living celebrates two years in Singapore with an expansive new Showroom, introducing an even wider selection of new, pioneering and award-winning furniture.
Boasting an impressive 11,000 ft2, clients can preview unique, handcrafted modular sofa and dining designs with the latest integrated technologies from the contemporary Australian design house.
An extra 3,000 ft2. on the second floor provides a stage for King Living’s extended outdoor furniture, bedding range and full home theatre experience with integrated Sonos for the ultimate viewing experience. As visitors explore the new space, guided upstairs through the spiral staircase, sensors trigger a state of the art projector screening a 4m x 2.5m image of King Living’s latest marketing reels.
The unveiling of the new Showroom coincides with 40 years of design, innovation and international success. Since King Living was established in 1977 from humble beginnings at Sydney’s weekend markets, company founder David King and King Living’s team of in-house designers, have always strived for the best design solution; spending hours on research and development, and in doing so achieving major milestones for Australian industrial design.
Strange & Deranged is a home & lifestyle retail business dedicated to bring you only the best in artisanal and handcrafted home decoratives with a soul. Visit their revamped store on Level 1 of Palais Renaissance.
Strongly believing in the sublime combination of heritage, techniques, modernism, style, comfort and well-being in a cohesive interior space, they pride themselves in possessing a unique ability to curate and marry an eclectic selection from around the world to bring to you a seamless blend of contemporary style and unexpected quintessence.
The store has some lovely works of artist Candone Wharton; unique sculptural ceramics inspired by ancient architecture & vessels.
2by2 Store is a unique lighting & home decor store which offers a blend of nostalgic, industique, vintage, scandi, scandiGeo themes. 2by2 Store specialises in creating new and DIY decors for the dreamers. Now relocated to their new address at Gemini@SIMS.
Being one of Singapore’s most stylish antique furniture stores today, The Past Perfect Collection stands to offer an unrivalled choice of antique furniture from the British, Dutch and Portuguese era in India, as well as Indian antique furniture untouched by European style. They have recently moved into their new showroom address at Tan Boon Liat Building.
The Past Perfect Collection was established in 2007 upon arrival of the owners, Pieter and Marie-Hélène van Houten, in Singapore after a lengthy business, living and learning experience in India. During their travels to various parts of the country India’s colonial past intrigued them and a passion for collecting antique pieces dating from that era was born.
Their pieces are handpicked in the different regions in India as to be able to offer their customers a variety of styles of furniture. You will be amazed by the beauty of the combination of a distinctly Western design with an Oriental flair. It is definitely the high quality of the materials used, the handwork and the attention to detail that sets this furniture apart.
Discover a new retail and dining experience at Level 3 of Tanglin Mall.
House of AnLi Store & Bistro welcomes you in a unique homey setting; to showcase their ready-to-buy in-store home collections and to serve you honest, home style food based on their family's original recipes.
Founded in 2010 by Belgian Designer Anne-Jean Liétaer, House of AnLi carries unique blend of quality Home Decor products from exclusive European labels including: French artsanal cutlery, mouth blown glassware, Portuguese tableware, Flemish tapestries and quirky wireless lamps. House of AnLi also proposes expert bespoke interior services, using its beautiful Belgian linen.
A new addition to House of AnLi’s universe is its cozy bistro nestled at the rear of the store, which brings a fresh dining experience and a bright space for shoppers to relax and unwind in a homely environment
Enjoy Allpress coffee made on a La Marzocco coffee machine, freshly baked pastries and more.
The new XTRA Retail, designed by Singapore-based design practice, Produce, is located in the new wing of Marina Square. The single-storey, 13,000 square-feet space will house various shop-in-shop experiences by Herman Miller, Magis, Moroso, Tom Dixon, Foscarini, Dedon, and more, alongside an integrated Kith café.
Founded since 1989, XTRA was originally sited in a pre-war conservation shophouse in the east, and they started as an alternative eclectic design store, but have since evolved into a mainstream store with a carefully curated range of global design products for both the residential and contract market. Visitors are invited to see, touch and immerse in premium designer furniture within the new experiential space.
The Carbon CollectiveÂ is currentlyÂ prepping their 3-storey shophouse dining & retailÂ project onÂ South Bridge Road.Â
There will be a 35-seater restaurant and cocktail bar. The restaurant will feature a tapas-style menu of Asian flavours made with a twist using modern European techniques. For the retail part of the concept, they carry furniture and also exquisite timepieces from brands like Louis Moinet, Grieb & Benzinger and Bernard Favre.
The HomesToLife flagship store at Mohamed Sultan Road is a one-stop shop solution which provides a special curation of home lifestyle brands and collections all under one roof.
Each and every one of their handpicked home lifestyle pieces from distinguished brands reflects the high quality and functionality that are the essence of their homestolife heritage. The pieces that tug at your heartstrings are the ones that will turn your home into a definitive statement of you and everything that matters in your world. Move towards them. Feel them, touch them. Then let your mind take over and visualise them in your universe. Hold on to that vision. There’s no hurry. Relish that image as you delight in a cuppa at their in-house café.
Now open, Hotel Vagabond is Singapore’s first experience-driven luxury boutique hotel with a Salon area designed to immerse guests in the theatre of art, food, drink and conversation.
he 42-room hotel is also the first and only hotel in Asia to feature interiors by the celebrated French designer Jacques Garcia. Garcia is best known for his design of Hotel Costes in Paris, Hotel Danieli in Venice, Hotel Mamounia in Marrakech, and most recently the Nomad in New York.
The heart and soul of Hotel Vagabond is the Vagabond Salon – a modern interpretation of a Parisian salon – where guests have the opportunity to mingle with resident artists over a beautifully crafted cocktail, dine amongst a performance, watch an independent film, or listen to a jazz quartet.
Guests of Vagabond Salon can enjoy a five-star dining experience courtesy of 5th Quarter, a collaboration between Satinder Garcha and celebrated restaurateur Loh Lik Peng, run by award-winning Executive Chef Andrew Nocente and offering cuisine using traditional methods of curing meats with the aid of modern instruments to maintain the integrity of flavours.
Drinks are served from Bar Vagabond, conceptualised by renowned drinks collective Proof & Company and offering an eclectic rotating selection of handcrafted cocktails, artisan spirits and wines, and a curated collection of rare and exotic teas and coffees. Craftsmanship is a central feature of Bar Vagabond’s style, with drinks that blend an unexpected attention to detail with a generous measure of theatre.
With 5,000 square feet of luxurious interiors, superb acoustics, and dressed in thick red velvet curtains, the Vagabond Salon is also designed to work as a fully integrated, adaptable event space.
Hotel Vagabond is the only hotel in Singapore to offer a rotational Artist in Residence programme. With an emphasis on writing, photography and performance art of all kinds, artists are invited to apply for residencies of up to three months. Artist Cocktail Hour in the Vagabond Salon will start each evening at 6pm; a time for hotel guests and other Vagabond folk to talk and interact with the artists in residence.
Dreams and Confetti is the brainchild of 2 mums who are no strangers to organizing parties.
They believe that every party can be celebrated with style and class. Whether it’s a cosy get together or a big milestone celebration, their carefully curated range of cake stands, premium party wares, decorations and baking essentials will give your party that extra dash of sparkle.
The concept of MoodBox stems from the desire to let you catch a glimpse of the French touch lifestyle.
Whether you are looking for fine designer pieces for your home, a stylish present for men, an original gift for a special occasion, or something to indulge in, MoodBox offers a trendy selection of home decoration and fashion accessories.
With its certain je ne sais quoi, MoodBox provides for your changing moods.
After running Singapore’s renowned Expat Auctions for several years, where they handle an eclectic array of furniture and decorative pieces from all over the world on behalf of relocating and redecorating clients, Rob and Jo saw a gap in the market for stylish and quality international homewares and decorator items at a reasonable price. And so Singapore Trading Post was born.
The store name, Singapore Trading Post pays homage to this country’s establishment as a vital trading post for the East India Trading Company in 1819. And they continue this tradition by sourcing carefully selected pieces from old East India Trading Company areas including Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh as well as Indonesia, Vietnam and Myanmar. Their collection reflects this significant colonial era and is perfect for sourcing distinctive items that will add unique character to your space.
You can't miss this quaint little cafe along Jalan Bukit Ho Swee. You will be greeted with a splash of colour and its vintage decor. After all, Le Halo is not just an all-day breakfast cafe, it is also a vintage shop. In collaboration with Chair-ish The Moments, an online vintage shop that has a small retail space with some of their products beautifully merged together in the café.
The Chinese zodiac animal drawings on the wall are designed by Joseph Wong, a senior manger of a foreign Bank, specially commissioned and shaped like toast in line with the cafe's logo and face left or right in line with feng shui configurations. Its owner Elia Lim is a new kid in the business as well. Everything about the cafe mirrors her own life - bubbly, bright, honest and all heart. She takes the name "Le" from the Chinese character "kuai le" meaning happy. And "halo"? Well, she hopes you taste a bit of heaven in her food creations. It may be a 9-minute walk from Tiong Bahru MRT station but the walk will be worth it.
The Piggy Stew is Le Halo's best selling item so far. Slow cooked to full flavour with generous chunks of pork, it is served with fingers of crispy buttered toast, making them the perfect companion for this dish.
The Finnish cult label, Marimekko will be opening its first standalone store in Singapore at the soon-to-open Capitol Piazza in March.
Marimekko, translated literally means “Mary-dress.” Known for their bold, effusive textiles and readymade products, Marimekko has become a respected name in the design world.
The brand is renowned for its original prints and colours. Their designs and manufactures high-quality interior decoration items range from furnishing fabrics to tableware as well as clothing, bags and other accessories.