Established in 1980, Hafary is a leading supplier of premium tiles, stones, mosaics, wooden flooring, sanitary ware and fittings. With over 3,000 products sourced from around the world, Hafary’s collection of surfacing materials and bathroom solutions is able to respond and satisfy the diverse design needs related to architecture and space promptly. Carefully selected, the collection is set to inspire, bringing design ideas to life. With the necessary knowledge, passion, talent and more than 30 years of industry experience, Hafary has the answer to your building needs and more.
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Established in 1980, Hafary is a leading supplier of premium tiles, stones, mosaics, wooden flooring…
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A young professional and her dad live in this minimalist and colourful maisonette home that’s made for rest and entertaining.
In Ask Me Anything, Hafary answers all the questions you want to know about sintered stone, and shows the many ways it can be used at home.
Luminous and ethereal are words that capture the atmosphere of this penthouse, which is inspired by museums and Mediterranean interiors.
Archways and raw, natural surfaces define this wabi-sabi apartment, making it a delightful haven for a couple.
In Ask Me Anything, Hafary shares the many reasons why Florim large format porcelain slabs make such great countertop surfaces.
Plush Interior Design gives this HDB BTO unit in Punggol a cheerful and lively character with a play on colour and texture.
In Ask Me Anything, Hafary reveals the special qualities that make natural stones from Antolini so amazing.
Through effective design interventions, Plush Interior Design has made this four-room Bidadari flat the ideal abode for a couple.
In Ask Me Anything, Hafary sheds light on the different types of natural stone and the many ways they can be used at home.
In Ask Me Anything, Hafary shares the many great advantages of using large format porcelain slabs in your home.
A family seeks change with a modern Asian resort interior for their new home.
d’Phenomenal has designed this HDB flat to be reminiscent of a relaxed, oceanfront beach house from the Hamptons.
Design Zage turns this four-room resale flat into a cosy abode filled with delightful textures and visual treats.
In this handsome and monochrome BTO flat, cooking and meals are done on a ‘floating’ island platform.
Hafary’s new retail floor is a fantastical dream space where the design possibilities that can be had with large format porcelain tiles are brought to life.
Rather than rebuilding from scratch, akiHAUS Design Studio has improved the design of a terrace house, and made it a sensible and elegant family home.
Craftsmen Studio irons out the kinks in this one-bedroom dwelling to create exciting possibilities for small space living.
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Nostalgic elements and a play of light and shadow capture a mood in this five-room flat, rather like ones found in Wong Kar Wai films.