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25 Places to Buy Furniture Online or In-store

Castlery|Mar 20, 2024

Singapore is home to a variety of furniture stores that offer a diverse range of styles and designs. Whether you’re looking for mid-century modern pieces, vintage furniture, or even custom-made items, there’s something for everyone.

In this article, we explore some of the best furniture stores in Singapore so that you can achieve your dream home aesthetic without limiting yourself to just shopping for furniture at IKEA. Let’s dive right in!

1. Castlery

We can’t create a list of furniture stores and exclude ourselves from it! Castlery is a Singaporean-owned direct-to-consumer (DTC) furniture brand that started in 2013. We quickly expanded and opened our first flagship store in Singapore and currently operate in 2 other bases - Australia and the US.

We have a wide range of furniture for almost every room in your house - living rooms, dining rooms, home office, and your patio. We also offer several furniture styles that follow current design trends, from mid-century to modern contemporary pieces. Collaborating with internationally renowned designers, we also strive to bring unique designs to life, such as the Lily Collection.

At Castlery, we take pride in our furniture to ensure that they look the best in your home and withstand the test of time. That said, furniture pieces are made with high-quality and sturdy materials like top-grain leather, performance fabric, and Indonesian teak.

Furniture styles: Mid-century modern, modern, contemporary, Scandinavian, modern farmhouse

Price range: Mid

How to buy: Online and in-store (Liat Towers #02/03-02, 541 Orchard Road) {Additionally, you can browse our studio virtually}

2. Grey & Sanders

Grey & Sanders is most well known for their unique wood slab dining tables that are made by their own craftsmen. They produce timeless, beautiful furniture with palatable designs that draws inspiration from nature.

Their dining tables are made with over 300 different wood slabs and a wide range of wood types, ranging from American Black Walnut to Japanese Beech. Aside from dining tables, they also have sectional sofas, TV consoles, and rugs.

Furniture styles: Artisanal, Scandinavian, minimalist

Price range: High

How to buy: Online and in-store (Tan Boon Liat Building #06-02/05, 315 Outram Road; Millenia Walk #02-42, 9 Raffles Boulevard)

3. Choice Furniture

Choice Furniture is another home-grown furniture store that built its business from the ground up. Starting off from a humble furniture store in the 90s, Choice Furniture has over 20 years of experience in the industry.

Several pieces they carry feature gold table legs, tufted backrests, and velvet fabric that lean towards a bold and more traditional style.

Choice Furniture also provides customisation options, allowing you to tailor furniture like sofas and dining tables based on your ideal design and requirements. This is great for those who have a specific design in mind and want to get it professionally made.

Furniture styles: Traditional, classic, eclectic

Price range: Mid to high

How to buy: Online and in-store (Lam Soon Building #01-01, 63 Hillview Avenue)

4. Scanteak

Another local business on the list, Scanteak is a well-known Singaporean business that specialises in teak furniture. Starting in 1974, Scanteak has since expanded to over 140 stores in Singapore, Japan, and Taiwan.

Scanteak ethically sources teak from teak plantations in Indonesia, giving much more meaning and value to their Scandinavian-inspired furniture. Shop from their range of teak sofas, daybeds, and tables that easily gel well into any home and last for ages.

Scanteak also collaborates with award-winning designers to combine aesthetics and functionality, bringing unique pieces to life.

Furniture styles: Scandinavian, mid-century modern, minimalist

Price range: Mid to high

How to buy: Online or in-store (Multiple stores islandwide)

5. Commune

Commune is a homegrown brand that started in 2011 out of a ‘design-thinking’ project by its parent company, Koda Ltd. They have since expanded to other countries in Asia, with over 70 stores in China.

Commune specialises in modern, minimalist furniture that is human-centric - think form-fitting designs and functional pieces. Each furniture piece is also sized to fit comfortably within the small living spaces that are typical of Singaporean homes, allowing you to maximise your space without compromising on style and comfort.

You can find a wide range of furniture here, from office desks and coffee tables to faux botanicals and tableware. They also occasionally collaborate with other brands like Bynd Artisan and Huggs to offer their customers interesting decor and experiences.

Furniture styles: Modern, minimalist

Price range: High

How to buy: Online or in-store (Millenia Walk #02-50, 9 Raffles Blvd; 315, Tan Boon Liat Building #11-09, 315 Outram Rd)

6. Journey East

Being in the industry for over 2 decades, Journey East has since become a popular choice for those who want unique and eclectic furniture. Their furniture is sourced and curated from several brands around the world like d-Bodhi, District Eight, and Seletti. The store offers a wide range of furniture styles, from retro to industrial and mid-century modern. 

Though Journey East's prices are on the higher end, the quality and uniqueness of the furniture make it a worthwhile investment for those who want distinctive and interesting pieces for their home.

Furniture styles: Industrial chic, vintage, eclectic, retro

Price range: High

How to buy: Online and in-store (Tan Boon Liat Building #03-02, 315 Outram Road)

7. Danish Design

Danish Design Co is popular among the expats in Singapore for its range of European and Scandinavian furniture. They curate luxury furniture from designer brands like Eilersen, Gubi, and Darø.

As they’re constantly expanding, Danish Design is continuously adding more well-known designer furniture brands to their ever-growing list. They take pride in their sofas, European dining sets, and outdoor Scandinavian furniture that’s sure to elevate your home. To add on, they have durable pet furniture if you have the budget to splurge on your furry friend.

Furniture styles: Scandinavian, European, contemporary

Price range: High

How to buy: Online and in-store (B&D Building #06-03, 100E Pasir Panjang Road)

8. Originals

Originals is a furniture store that specialises in high-quality furniture that is simple, stylish, and has practical designs. Founded in 2008, Originals has become a go-to choice for unique and authentic accent pieces sourced from all over the globe.

They offer a wide range of furniture from daybeds and office desks to lamps and rugs, so you can find almost everything you need here. 

To add on, they have interesting collections that feature unique products and materials that are sure to add character to your home.

Furniture styles: Vintage, contemporary, modern

Price range: High

How to buy: Online and in-store (1 Bukit Batok Street 22 Level 5)

9. Second Charm

If you’re into the vintage and retro aesthetic, this furniture brand would be a great spot to begin furniture hunting. Just as its name sounds, Second Charm offers refurbished and reupholstered furniture that gives life to second-hand furniture.

Founded in 2002, the showroom is packed with beautifully restored furniture that is still rich with history and character. You can find chairs, ottomans, coffee tables, and home accessories that are unique to each piece. You can also find vintage-inspired furniture specially created by Second Charm if you want something completely new.

Furthermore, you can even bring your old furniture to the team at Second Charm for them to bring it back to life with their restoration, customisation, and reupholstery services.

Furniture styles: Retro, vintage, Victorian, mid-century modern

Price range: Mid

How to buy: In-store (Mapletree Industrial Building #05-165, Blk 21 Kallang Avenue)

10. Noden

Similar to Danish Design, Noden is a furniture store that brings in Scandinavian furniture with a twist - their range consists of vintage Scandinavian designs from the 40s to 70s. Some of their pieces come from big names in the Danish furniture space like Hans J. Wegner and Nils Jonsson, so you can expect to see sophisticated yet simple designs.

The brand’s furniture is typically sold on a first-come, first-served basis and is often purchased before being listed on the website. So, if you like something you see, be sure to nab it before it’s gone.

Furniture styles: Vintage, retro, Scandinavian

Price range: High

How to buy: In-store* (211 Henderson Road, #02-02)

  • Do note that Noden’s furniture pieces like tables and chairs can only be bought in-store. Smaller items like candles and vintage tableware can be purchased online.

11. Möbler

The owner of Möbler is originally from Sweden, so you can expect to see a range of stunning Scandinavian furniture. Like Noden, Möbler carries vintage pieces from the 30s through the 70s, and even has older antiques from the early 1900s.

Möbler targets a very specific niche, so you can expect to see interesting things like candelabras, crystal decanters, vintage pottery, and old maps that add a vintage flair to your space. While they also carry bigger items like solid wood dining tables and cabinets, they don’t offer sofas or bed frames.

Furniture styles: Vintage, antique, Scandinavian

Price range: Mid to high

How to buy: Online and in-store (Isetan Scotts #02-01, 350 Orchard Road)

12. Layard Interiors

Layard Interiors carries several tropical-inspired furniture - think rattan, bamboo, teak, and cane furniture. 

The furniture from Layard Interiors is handmade by small family-run businesses using traditional techniques that are sure to withstand the test of time. Aside from furniture, you can find several decorative items like batik homeware and ceramic tableware that help to elevate your space and turn it into a tropical haven. 

On top of this, they offer an additional art consultancy service to help you find the perfect artwork to suit your home.

Furniture styles: Vintage, tropical

Price range: Mid to high

How to buy: Online and in-store (310 Joo Chiat Road)

13. Born in Colour

Born in Colour specially curates furniture pieces that suit compact homes in Singapore - trendy yet multi-functional pieces to maximise the space. You can find a wide range of Scandinavian-themed furniture for every room in your home, from kitchen cabinets to vanity tables.

Being a DTC furniture brand like Castlery, Born in Colour cuts out the middleman and works directly with manufacturers to bring designer furniture to the masses. This helps to reduce costs along the way to keep things affordable.

Furniture styles: Scandinavian, Bohemian, mid-century modern

Price range: Mid

How to buy: Online and in-store (Tan Boon Liat Building #05-05, 315 Outram Road; 1024 Yishun Industrial Park A #02-31)

14. Island Living

Giving off the same vibes as Layard Interiors, Island Living specialises in tropical-style furniture to transform your home into a beach resort. Their furniture pieces are sourced mainly from Indonesia, Australia, and Vietnam.

Incorporating natural elements is a key highlight of Island Living’s products, and this is evident as several pieces feature wood and handwoven rattan. Island Living uses durable materials for their furniture, such as mango wood, teak, and bamboo to ensure they are furniture that last. Even though materials are ethically sourced and handmade, the price point is pretty reasonable.

Furniture styles: Tropical, Scandinavian

Price range: Low to mid

How to buy: In-store (8 Kaki Bukit Ave 1, #06-04, Mapletree Industrial Trust)

15. Kayu.sg

Kayu.sg is relatively new to the scene, having only started in 2020 following the growing trend in rattan and wooden furniture. Their range of furniture is quite small, but you’ll be able to find some pieces like rattan sofas, wooden-framed mirrors, and consoles.

To add on, they have specially designed furniture for children such as play-gyms, cribs, and bassinets.

Furniture styles: Scandinavian

Price range: Low to mid

How to buy: Online

16. Soul & Tables

Soul & Tables is another furniture store in Singapore that's worth mentioning. The brand was founded in 2012 and has since become a popular choice for those who want modern and contemporary furniture that's designed to last. 

Soul & Tables offers a wide array of home furniture from living room pieces to bedroom essentials that are made from materials like teak and oak. They carry a range of furniture styles, including mid-century modern, Scandinavian, and industrial. Alongside their own furniture, they also curate pieces from other brands like Ethnicraft, Woven Plus, and Siesta.

Furniture styles: Modern, contemporary, Scandinavian, mid-century modern

Price range: Mid to high

How to buy: Online and in-store (Tan Boon Liat Building #02-03, 315 Outram Road)

17. Nook & Cranny

Founded in 2013, Nook & Cranny sells elegant eclectic furniture, perfect for those who want unique pieces with character. All the pieces are thoughtfully curated to introduce a mix of sophistication and elegance to your home. Some of their pieces are sourced from Spain, The Netherlands, India, and many more.

Here, you can find a wide variety of furniture for your home, like entryway furniture, bed frames, and outdoor decor. To add on, they even carry King Koil Mattresses at their showroom so you can pick a comfortable mattress to go with your new bed frame.

Furniture styles: Industrial, vintage, mid-century modern, retro, eclectic

Price range: Mid

How to buy: Online and in-store (Grandstand Turf City #03-07, 200 Turf Club Road)

18. Taylor B Fine Design

For those who are willing to spend a little more to introduce luxury pieces into their home, Taylor B Fine Design is a good place to start. Taylor B is a furniture store that offers high-end, luxury furniture from brands like Ralph Lauren Home, A.R.T Furniture, and Caracole.

Featuring several bespoke and one-of-a-kind pieces from different brands, you can find desks, beds, dining tables, and even chandeliers here.

Furniture styles: Classic, contemporary, industrial, oriental

Price range: High

How to buy: Online and in-store (65 Mohamed Sultan Road)

19. Nitori

Relatively new to the Singapore market having just entered in recent years, Nitori is a Japanese furniture store chain that was founded in 1967. Known for being the ‘Japanese IKEA’, Nitori offers affordable and functional furniture and home decor.

They carry beds, sofas, dining tables, and accessories - so you’re sure to find something here. Their products are designed to be simple and functional and are often made with materials such as wood and metal.

Nitori’s prices are generally lower than some furniture stores in Singapore, making it a popular choice for those on a budget.

Furniture styles: Modern, Japandi

Price range: Low to mid

How to buy: Online and in-store (COURTS Nojima The Heeren #04, 260 Orchard Road)

20. Proof Living

Proof Living is a high-end furniture store in Singapore that offers a range of luxury furniture and home decor products. The brand was founded in 2005 and has since become known for its selection of designer furniture and accessories.

Proof Living's furniture is sourced from a range of renowned international designers and brands, such as B&B Italia, Poltrona Frau, and Moroso. Other than furniture, you can find other home decor items like rugs and light fixtures. You’ll find that several of their products are made with premium materials like leather, marble, and high-quality wood.

Furniture styles: Modern, luxurious

Price range: High

How to buy: Online and in-store (ION Orchard #04-16, 2 Orchard Turn)

21. J. edition

Next on the list is J. edition, a boutique furniture store in Singapore that offers a range of custom-made furniture. As products are custom-made to order, they allow customers to personalise the furniture pieces to their liking - from choosing materials to finishes.

Here, you can find ergonomic lounge chairs, tastefully designed sofas, and sturdy bed frames. In addition to furniture, J. Edition also offers a range of home decor items such as rugs, lighting, and decorative accessories. Some materials you can see in their products include leather, velvet, and wood.

Furniture styles: Modern, minimalist, contemporary

Price range: Mid

How to buy: Online and in-store (Tan Boon Liat Building #04-04, 315 Outram Road)

22. Arete Culture Collection

With over 11 years of experience in interior design, Arete Culture Collection is an award-winning boutique furniture store that offers a range of stylish and contemporary pieces. Known for its chic and modern designs, the brand carries a wide selection of furniture, from sofas to bar cabinets. You’ll find that several of their products feature glass, wood, and fabrics.

Arete Culture also offers interior styling and construction services. Their team of experts can work with customers to create personalised and stylish interiors that reflect their individual tastes and lifestyles.

Furniture styles: Modern, contemporary

Price range: Mid to high

How to buy: Online and in-store (Tan Boon Liat #06-01, 315 Outram Road)

23. Black & Walnut

Another spot for luxury furniture shopping, Black & Walnut has a range of distinctive, designer-inspired, luxury pieces that will add a touch of elegance to your home. Here, you can find a huge range of furniture like daybeds, vanity consoles, and bedside tables.

Black & Walnut also offers the additional service to help you store your purchased items for up to 6 months at no additional charge. This is great if your home is still undergoing renovations and isn’t move-in ready.

Furniture styles: Eclectic, modern

Price range: Mid to high

How to buy: Online and in-store (43 Keppel Road #W1-01/02/03)

24. CODA.

CODA. is well-known for its Japanese-made sofas that undergo strict quality control to ensure its furniture is made to last. They use high-quality materials for their sofas that are sourced from Japan, Italy, Germany, Turkey, and Brazil. When purchasing a sofa from them, you can select from 3 types of leather - classic, premium, and luxury leather.

However, if you’re looking for bed frames or dining chairs, CODA. might not be the best place as they only carry sofas and dining tables.

Furniture styles: Modern, minimalist, contemporary

Price range: Mid to high

How to buy: In-store (Midview City #01-06, 18 Sin Ming Lane)

25. Kave Home

Kave Home was launched in 2013 in Spain, and has since expanded to over 80 countries worldwide. The brand offers a wide range of stylish and contemporary furniture and home decor for various rooms in the house, including living room, dining room, bedroom, and outdoor spaces.

Each piece in their collection is thoughtfully designed by their in-house design team and independent collaborators to create functional, durable, and stylish pieces.

Furniture styles: Modern, Scandinavian, contemporary, mid-century modern

Price range: Mid to high

How to buy: Online and in-store (Raffles City Shopping Centre, #03-40/41, 252 North Bridge Road)

We hope that this list has helped you identify and narrow down your options. There are a variety of furniture stores that cater to different tastes and budgets. From affordable and functional furniture to high-end and bespoke pieces, there is something for everyone.

When it comes to furniture shopping, don’t hesitate to head down to a brand’s showroom to try out the furniture for yourself. Have a good look and feel before deciding to invest in a piece for your home.

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