Best homeware and furniture stores in Singapore to replace Crate & Barrel
Crate & Barrel is closing down permanently on 31 May 2023. Here are other furniture and home essential brands to satisfy your home needs.
If you haven't already heard, Crate & Barrel is exiting Singapore after 10 years of operation. The last day of business is on 31 May 2023. Over the past few days, queues can be seen at their ION store with shoppers and fans of the brand taking advantage of the heavily-discounted items. If you wish to, you can skip the queue and shop online.
What do you do after, with this Crate & Barrel-shaped hole in your heart? Thankfully, there are still plenty of furniture and home goods shops out there in Singapore that deserve some love too. Show your best support and fill the hole in your heart with these beloved brands in operation instead of joining the rush only when the brand announces its closure.
For minimalist homeowners in Singapore, MUJI is a haven for simple home goods with clean lines. Muji retails a wide variety of household and consumer goods, emphasising recycling, reducing production and packaging waste, and a no-logo or "no-brand" policy.
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2. Table Matters
Known for their tableware that comes in a dazzling array of designs from quirky to elegant and even minimalist – you're bound to find something you'll love to have in your house. And the best thing? Their products come at great price points to boot!
Table Matters on Shopee (use those coins!)
Remember when this century-old (165 to be exact) retail store closed down and insane queues form to purchase their products? Did you know they're still online and still selling luxurious homeware brands, and then some? Don't miss the monthly deals that'll allow you to score luxury products at great prices!
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4. Sunday Bedding
When owners Alex and Clara started shopping for their new home together, they realised how little people know about buying linens. It’s too easy to get lost in jargon like ‘thread count’ and ‘weave’ without understanding how these things affect sleep. They built Sunday Bedding to bring well-made, well-priced sheets directly to our doorsteps and have recently opened up a flagship store at Raffles City. #supportlocal and check out this brand for your bedding needs!
This Singapore home decor brand is built on the Danish word "hygge" (pronounced hoo-guh), which is about taking time away from the daily rush to relax and enjoy life's quieter pleasures. This is reflected in the bold yet simple aesthetic of the home goods they carry. There's even a pets category!
If you're on team quirky and artistic, this artist-driven home decor site is a dream come true for those who reject the minimalist movement for the sake of the maximum lifestyle. More is more is art!
Another home-grown brand on this list, Castlery provides modern designs and stylish furniture at a competitive price point.