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7 Curtain Shops In Singapore For Everything From Wabi Sabi Roller Blinds To Roman Drapes

11 October 2023 | BY

If you’re looking for just the right window fixtures to match your home, check out these curtain shops that offer various styles.

Whether they be curtains, drapes, blinds or shades, window fixtures are as ubiquitous to the home space as TV consoles and sofa sets. Be it styling your home to have Wabi Sabi vibes, recreating a home you saw in a Korean drama, or elevating your home into luxury, your choice of curtains can make or break your intended interior design ambitions. 

Here are 7 curtain shops in Singapore that offer tried-and-true styles, unique solutions and everything in between for you to dress your windows.

1. Drapes Studio – Special curtain-shaping process

Special curtain-shaping processImage credit: Drapes Studio

If you’ve ever felt frustration from seeing your beautiful curtains become unkempt over time, the Drapes Studio might be worth looking into. Touting themselves as the “first in Singapore” to offer such a service, Drapes Studio utilises a specialised machine that heats up folded curtains to retain their folds even after a few washes.

They did note that the longevity between treatments varies based on material and fabric thickness, with thicker, polyester-based curtains lasting longer than thinner, natural ones.

Drapes StudioImage credit: Drapes Studio

Drapes Studio’s selection also tends to trend towards minimalist styles, with predominantly neutral palettes. This means it would go well with popular interior design themes in Singapore, such as Scandinavian, Japandi and Wabi Sabi. 

Address: Blk 3 Toa Payoh Industrial Park, #01-1347, Singapore 319055

Opening Hours: 9am-6pm, Daily

Contact: 8780 0158 | Drapes Studio

2. Everyday Curtains – Wabi Sabi roller blinds

Wabi Sabi roller blindsImage credit: Everyday Curtains

Those looking for something to complete the Wabi Sabi look in their home should perhaps consider Everyday Curtains for their Wabi Sabi roller blinds.

These blinds diffuse incoming daylight, resulting in rooms bathed in a soft, gentle glow and calming aura that Singaporeans have associated with the Wabi Sabi style.

Despite its translucent appearance, it is also opaque from the outside, making it a great alternative for those who want the privacy offered by blackout curtains but still wish to enjoy natural lighting.

Wabi Sabi roller blindsImage credit: Everyday Curtains

Some of their other niche offerings include uniquely textured woven wood shades, zip blinds and even traditional bamboo blinds for those wanting that tropical colonial look.

Address: 3004 Ubi Ave 3, #04-98, Singapore 408860

Opening Hours: By appointment only

Contact: 9738 2627 | Everyday Curtains

3. Aratamete – Curtains used by luxury hotels

Curtains used by luxury hotelsAratamete’s curtains in the InterContinental Maldives and Raffles Hotel.
Image credit: Aratamete

With a portfolio that includes commercial clients like the Raffles Hotel and the InterContinental, Aratamete is a good place to look for luxurious window treatments to add refinement to your home.

To accomplish that goal, Aratamete has a made-to-order programme where you can arrange for an in-person consultant that guides you through the various designs, materials available and even the type of weave you want.

Curtains used by luxury hotelsImage credit: @melissackoh

A good example of the results of such a consultation would be lifestyle influencer Melissa Celestine Koh’s home showcase back in 2022, where all of the curtains and blinds are by Aratamete, creating a cosy yet sophisticated look.

Besides providing curtains, they also offer a selection of beautiful, bespoke rugs you can order and a re-upholstery service that breathes new life into your sofa through restoration or even by changing fabrics.

Address: 276 River Valley Road, Singapore 238317

Opening Hours: Tue to Fri 10am–7pm | Sat 10am–5pm (Closed on Mondays, Sundays and public holidays)

Contact: 6733 7012 | Aratamete

4. The Curtain Boutique – Industry veteran with the most diverse selection of curtains

diverse selection of curtainsImage credit: The Curtain Boutique

Whilst many shops in this list provide wonderful selections within their particular niche, few will compare in scale and diversity with The Curtain Boutique.

Arguably the largest store in this feature, The Curtain Boutique is a brand with over 10 years in the industry, 12,000 clients under its belt and even endorsements by local filmmaker Jack Neo to boot.

Here, you will find plenty of highly relevant brand-name products that Singaporeans are familiar with. This includes iGlass barriers to keep balconies safe for children and pets, official Ziptrak blinds and even window films by 3M. 

3M specialised film treatments help augment your window glass with features like glare reduction and UV ray protection, all desirable features when faced with the tropical heat.

diverse selection of curtainsImage credit: The Curtain Boutique

The Curtain Boutique has an online catalogue for you to view, and it’s truly huge compared to our other listings here. Where the other listings would only have about 3-10 different options for each type of curtain, The Curtain Boutique has a whopping 27 colour options for its Venetian blinds alone.

For those who prefer physical showrooms, you’ll find that The Curtain Boutique actually has 2 showrooms conveniently located in both the east and west of Singapore to serve their respective residential areas.

East Showroom

Address: 81 Ubi Ave 4, UB One, #01-14, Singapore 408830

Opening Hours: Mon to Thu 10am–7pm | Fri 10am–5pm | Sat & Sun 10am–7pm

Contact: 6904 8813 | The Curtain Boutique

West Showroom

Address: 22 Boon Lay Way, TradeHub21, #01-60, Singapore 609968

Opening Hours: Mon to Thu 10am–7pm | Fri 10am–5pm | Sat & Sun 10am–7pm

Contact: 6514 8813 | The Curtain Boutique

5. Blinds Guru – Affordable curtains from Korea

curtains from KoreaImage credit: Blinds Guru

Moving back to niche brands, those wanting to emulate window treatments found in some of their favourite modern Korean dramas might want to have a look at Blinds Guru, Singapore’s sole distributor of a lot of major Korean curtain brands.

Combi blinds, sometimes called Korean blinds, are a mix of opaque curtain material and sheer fabric, combining benefits. This means that besides emulating your favourite Korean actor’s home you saw in Destined With You, it is also a highly versatile type of blind. 

curtains from KoreaImage credit: Blinds Guru

Some Korean brands they are known to source their window fixtures from include Hansin, SsowinTex, Decowin and Hannah. Most importantly, Blinds Guru offers all of this at relatively affordable prices, fitting a standard 3-room BTO with combi blinds as low as $530.

East Showroom

Address: No.1 Tampines North Drive 3, BHCC SPACE, #06-08, Singapore 528499

Opening Hours: 11am–8pm, Daily

Contact: 9277 2239 | Blinds Guru

West Showroom

Address: No 21 Bukit Batok Crescent, WCEGA Tower, #20-81, Singapore 658065

Opening Hours: 11am–8pm, Daily

Contact: 9276 6099 | Blinds Guru

6. ShadeSpace – Stay cool with honeycomb curtains

honeycomb curtainsImage credit: Shadespace

These might look like your run-of-the-mill office blinds, but in this case, there’s more than meets the eye. Upon closer inspection, you’ll find each segment is actually a small, honeycomb-shaped tube. 

A novel offering provided by Shadespace called honeycomb shades; these tubes hold pockets of air as insulation. This serves the dual purpose of trapping the cold in to keep your air-conditioned rooms cool whilst also keeping the oppressive Singapore heat out. 

honeycomb curtainsImage credit: Shadespace

Not only is this highly appreciated considering the tropical climate here, but it also nets you some savings on your electricity bill since your air-conditioners no longer have to work as hard with these shades installed.

Additionally, these also have the side benefit of having some sound-dampening attributes so that you can jam to your favourite tracks with peace of mind.

Address: 33 Ubi Ave 3, Vertex, #01-22, Singapore 408868

Opening Hours: 10am–7pm, Daily

Contact: 9738 2627 | Shadespace

7. mc.2 – Smart blinds 

Smart blindsImage credit: mc.2

Traditional blinds and curtains are fine and all, but in the age of smart home living features like Alexa, Google Assistant and other similar systems running your home for you, maybe your curtains could afford an upgrade as well.

Here, you can say goodbye to lazily getting off your couch to adjust the blinds and enjoy modern comforts such as remote control, voice recognition and scheduling the position of the blinds throughout the day. Some models even integrate with your smart home ecosystem, meaning that they can be synchronised with the preset schedules and other settings of your existing smart devices.

Smart blindsImage credit: mc.2

With brand partnerships with big industry players such as the likes of Altex, Acacia, Renson and Somfy, mc.2 is where you’d want to go for the latest in the motorised window fixtures market.

In fact, some of these zip blinds, such as the Renson Solar line, come with integrated solar cells that generate all of their electricity needs independently, meaning that you get to have smart curtains without ever having to add to your electricity bills.

Address: 33 Ubi Ave 3, Vertex, #01-28, Singapore 408868

Opening Hours: Mon to Fri 11am-7pm | Sat & Sun 10am-5pm

Contact: 6634 7333 | mc.2

Curtain shops in Singapore for every style

Be it the ever-popular Venetian blinds or the very latest in window treatment technology, this list of curtains will help you narrow down the options that’ll give your home both comfort and style. But if the sheer breadth of choices shown here has left you with a bad case of Hick’s law, consider seeking an expert through any of the stores listed above to guide you.

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Cover image adapted from: @melissacelestinekoh, Aratamete Home, Blinds Guru, The Curtain Boutique

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