7 Places To Buy Minimalist Japanese-Style Furniture In Singapore For Every Budget
If you're looking to transform your BTO/HDB into a zen and minimalist Japanese-style home, you'll need the right furniture to get the look.
Whether you're willing to shell out big bucks or going on a budget, we have you covered!
Keep reading to check out seven stores (online and physical) in Singapore where you can find Japanese-style furniture!
atomi houses exclusive curated collections of hand-crafted furniture and lifestyle products that epitomise a comfortable lifestyle with a Japanese-style aesthetic.
They have an online store as well as a showroom at Mandarin Gallery. As expected of the postcode, this is one of the priciest options on the list.
HOMMAGE® is a local store that sources furniture from Japanese brands including Takano Mokkou that's pictured above. Compelling yet sedate, their furniture is made to last for generations.
With quality comes price, so expect to splurge at this store. One of their simple yet sophisticated designs is the Y Hope Sofa ($2,636.48 - $4,179.42) by Nobuo Mori that has a soft design with gently curved armrests.
NAMU creates solid wood furniture that has a lovely mix of Japanese, Korean and Scandinavian styles.
This one needs no introduction! Whether you're looking for interior design inspiration or want to treat yourself to aesthetically pleasing "empty vessels" as described by the brand, MUJI is the place to go.
#5 Comfort Furniture
Comfort Furniture offers affordable furniture in a variety of styles from industrial and modern luxe to Japandi, a fusion of two minimalist styles: Japanese and Scandinavian.
For example, the Zandy Dining Table ($199) is a petite Japandi-style dining table that's great for small homes. It seats a party of four comfortably and the matching bench and chairs will give the living room a stylish, streamlined look.
HipVan is known for their stylish, practical and affordable furniture. Although not marketed as Japanese-style furniture, many of their pieces have minimalist designs that would fit in seamlessly with a home that has Japanese interior design.
For example, the Keita TV Console ($799) has a simple design in light oak with two sliding doors which bring to mind the traditional Japanese shōji.
Bet you didn't expect this to be on the list! If you're willing to do a little digging, you'll be able to find lovely Japanese-style furniture on Shopee.sg that are budget-friendly versions of Muji furniture like this Japandi-style sofa ($318.99) with drawer storage.
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Text by: GirlStyle SG