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12 Best Boutique Homeware Stores To Shop At In Singapore To Get One-Of-A-Kind Pieces For Your Home

12 October 2023 | BY

Elevate your home and express your style with these homeware products.

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If you’re an avid user of Xiaohongshu (小红书) or Instagram, chances are you might have seen those fast-paced videos that show cool and aesthetic homeware. While most of the items can be bought online, some people prefer to see and feel the products in real life before committing to buying them.

Should you fall into that second category of people, you’ve come to the right place as we have not one but 12 boutique homeware stores that sell chic and one-of-a-kind pieces.

1. Studio Yono – One-stop shop for quirky furniture

Squiggly leg table by Studio YonoImage credit: Studio Yono

Nested in the back of Nana & Bird at Yong Siak Street, Studio Yono is a place to be if you’re looking for quirky homeware products. Some of our favourites include hanging wall art that resembles a 2D drawing of a window and a colourful side table with squiggly legs

Aside from homeware products, Studio Yono also sells minimalist stationery like a daily planner called Things To Do Today that comes in 4 colours. 

Address: 1M Yong Siak Street (Behind Nana & Bird), Singapore 168641
Opening hours: Tue – Fri 11am-5pm, Sat & Sun 10am-7pm
Contact: +6593877419 | studioyono.com

2. Supermama – Singapore-themed homeware

Merlion Kebaya Image credit: Supermama

Supermama is another shop to visit if you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind piece to be a part of your home. Selling artsy porcelain plates, there are 5 different collections here that proudly display Singaporean culture. 

One of their best-selling collections is the Merlion Kebaya which features the mascot of Singapore against the backdrop of a batik motif. If you’re looking for something more eclectic, their Pasar Botanica collection might just be what you’re looking for. This collection pays homage to common ingredients found in every Singaporean home, like bitter gourd, bok choy and chilli. 

Address: National Museum of Singapore, 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897
Opening hours: Daily, 10am-7pm
Contact: +6596157473 | supermamastore.com

3. Just Anthony – Chinese antique furniture haven

Just Anthony Antique ScreenImage credit: Just Anthony

Just Anthony is a haven for those in search of oriental antique furniture. This antiques shop occupies a space of almost 15,000sqft and features more than 100 pieces of furniture ranging from seating to decor like figurines and ornaments. Besides selling antiques, Just Anthony also sells modern reproductions like oriental-style TV consoles.

One of the pieces that caught our attention is the Chinese screen for as low as S$550 that not only functions as a divider, but can also be an exquisite headboard or a statement wall painting. 

Address: 379 Upper Paya Lebar Road, Singapore 534972
Opening hours: Daily, 9.30am – 6.30pm
Contact: +6562834782, +6562834722 | justanthony.com

4. Crane Living – Eclectic selection of homeware

Crane Living Image credit: Crane Living

Situated on the ground level of a 3-storied iconic Peranakan shophouse in Joo Chiat Road, Crane Living is a gem to visit for homeowners looking for aesthetic and eclectic homeware. 

From chubby tableware to a wavy mirror that’s a dupe of the viral Ultrafragola mirror, Crane Living has a little bit of everything for you to express your style. 

Address: 281 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427535
Opening hours: Daily, 10am – 7pm
Contact: crane-living.co

5. Rattan Capital Trading – Rattan furniture haven

Rattan furniture Image credit: Rattan Capital Trading

Rattan Capital Trading is the place to be if you’re looking to buy rattan furniture for your home. Located in Yishun, you can find all kinds of handmade rattan furniture ranging from $20 to $2.5K.

Some of the customer favourites here include the retro Bali Lounge Chair and Florence Peacock Chair. But the one that caught our eyes the most is the one-of-a-kind headboard that looks straight out of a Bali Resort.

Address: 3 Gambas Cres #01-01, Singapore 757088
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 9am – 6pm, Sat & Sun 10am – 6pm
Contact: +6569099868, +6569099869 | rattancapital.com

6. Late Morning – International designer brands

Late Morning TablewareImage credit: Late Morning

For fans of the Japandi home aesthetic, Late Morning is the store you’re looking for with its carefully curated minimalist products. Located only a 5-minute walk from Chinatown MRT, there are homeware items ranging from cutleries to lifestyle products such as candles and detergents from different parts of the world like Europe, Korea, Japan and more. Did we also mention that this shop is also pet-friendly? So you can bring your furbabies with you as you browse their collection.

Address: 230 South Bridge Road, Singapore 058779
Opening hours: Daily, 12pm – 8pm
Contact: latemorning.com

7. Kiyolo – Aesthetic kitchenware

Kiyolo aesthetic water dispenserImage credit: Kiyolo

Yet another homeware store worth checking out, Kiyolo is an online shop based in Singapore and London. One of their best-selling products is the glass drink dispenser that comes in 3 different designs for as low as S$40. With a capacity ranging from 4-8 litres, this piece is perfect if you often hold hang-out sessions in your home or you just want to get your daily hydration more aesthetically than from a tap.

Contact: +6581354560 | kiyolo.com

8. Deer Industries – European brand kids furniture

Deer IndustriesImage credit: Deer Industries

Deer Industries is one of the recommended places for parents and parents-to-be who are looking for soft toys for their little ones. Most of the brands featured in this store are made in Europe. One of the best-selling items in this store is their Jellycat series featuring more than 20 different characters such as Amuseable Cherries is one of the most sought-after Jellycat that it’s currently sold out on their website.  

What’s more, this store in Henderson Road also sells furniture like armchairs and kid beds as well as some cheeky beddings such as Dino Bronto duvet and Mermaid duvet that’ll surely make sleep time more fun for your kids.

Address: 213 Henderson Road, #01-22, Singapore 159553
Opening hours: Mon & Wed-Sun 10.30am – 6pm (Closed on Tuesdays)
Contact: +6594854430 | deerindustries.com

9. 3LittlePicks – Minimalist decor items

3LittlePicksImage credit: 3LittlePicks

Minimalist fans rejoice as here’s a homeware store that caters to your style and is not MUJI or IKEA. 3LittlePicks not only sells home decor items, but also toys for couples with children. Aside from their own brand, this shop also features more than 20 other brands from different countries like Denmark and the United States. FYI, 3LittlePicks does have a showroom called PickerShowroom situated in Gambas Crescent Nordcom 2. However, they don’t accept walk-ins so it’s better for you to book an appointment here.

Address: 2 Gambas Crescent #08-24 Nordcom 2 Tower 2, Singapore
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10am-5pm
Contact: +6587483901 | 3littlepicks.com

10. Oh Happy Fry – Must visit for those looking for storage

Oh Happy Fry StorageImage credit: Oh Happy Fry

With a wide selection of home organisation items, Oh Happy Fry might answer the prayer of those who want to finally kickstart their Marie Kondo lifestyle. Plus points if you’re looking for organiser items that match the MUJI style. For as low as S$9.90, you can organise your space better with their spinning organiser also known as Lazy Suzy which not only works for kitchen organisation but also suits perfectly to organise your face products. 

Contact: ohhappyfry.com | Oh Happy Fry Shopee

11. Maison Marcel – Decor items from around the world

Maison Marcel rug

Image credit: Maison Marcel

This concept store in Orchard Road is a one-stop shopping spot for home decor items,  fashion apparel, and even some wines and spirits. Owned by Merci Marcel – a French restaurant with a few branches all over Singapore – Maison Marcel carries home decor brands from different parts of the world like Portugal, France, UK and Hong Kong. Some of the notable brands include Madam Stolz and Seletti. You can find items from cushions, lamps, decorative frames and even home fragrance items. 

Address: 390 Orchard Road #01-03-04 Palais Renaissance, Singapore 238871
Opening hours: Sun-Tue 11am – 8.30pm, Wed 10am-8.30pm, Thu-Sat, 10am – 9.30pm
Contact: maisonmarcel.sg

12. The AC – Features more than 40 independent brands

The AC

Image credit: The AC 

Yet another boutique homeware store in Joo Chiat’s iconic Peranakan shophouses, The AC may look like a clothing store at first glance but they do have quite a selection of furniture and home decor items. 

Featuring more than 40 independent brands, some of the pieces that captured our fancy are coasters that are made from recycled sneaker soles and tires for S$34. If you’re looking for a piece to spice up your bathroom, The AC also sells a concrete sink with different sizes and colours. Keep in mind that the sink is made-to-order from their factory in South Africa so it’ll take up to 8 weeks for production and shipment. 

Address: 420 Joo Chiat Rd, Singapore 427641
Opening hours: Daily, 12pm – 6pm
Contact: +6587427670 | theacboutique.com

12 boutique homeware stores to express your style in your home 

There you have it: 12 boutique homeware stores you can shop at to get one-of-a-kind items for your home. These quirky and aesthetically pleasing items will surely make you the talk of the group whenever any guests stop by. 

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Cover image from: Crane Living, Studio Yono, Just Anthony

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