We picked out these lovely red-and-white home pieces that’ll help you celebrated SG50 at home
28 July 2015
Planning your National Day party at home? The entire nation is anticipating Singapore’s golden jubilee celebrations, and you can get into the spirit as well. We picked out these lovely red-and-white home pieces that’ll have your heart swelling with national pride. By Rossara Jamil
Throwing a National Day party? Bring little splashes of colour with standout pieces that can take centrestage (like this cake stand) or some accent pieces to subtly usher in the patriotic spirit (like these mugs). The good thing about colourful table like these ones from Tinge, is that they won’t look out of place whether you’re at a National Day bash or a tea time soiree.
Kids (and adults too, we bet) will love this rocking horse with a local twist. The head is etched with a dragon’s outline – hence its name, Dragon – that’s inspired by the nostalgic playgrounds of yesteryears. Designed by Singaporean stalwart Jarrod Lim for Hinika, it’s a playful way to support local design.
The dynamic chevron pattern of the Elmo rug from Castlery is already a showstopper, but when paired with the scene-stealing red-and-white colour combi, makes it a clear choice for National Day celebrations. Not only will the rug usher in a festive vibe, it also brightens up the room in a flash.
Don’t want to have too much red in your house? Then something small, like this bold-hued pouf from Make Room might the right choice. It’s a small addition to the home, and brings just the right amount of brightness to accentuate your interior design.
For something even more inconspicuous, look to accessories and knickknacks that can bolster your National Day pride. These gorgeous red tealight holders from Singapore Trading Post can help you get that warm, cosy glow in your home, as you turn down the lights and get ready for this year’s fireworks extravaganza.
Got room for a club chair? The limited edition SG50 chairs by HomesToLife come in matching red and white. We love the sleek design and the ready-to-use design that looks good in almost any home interior. Gather round, pull up the chairs and watch the National Day Parade with friends and family!
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