Add some luxe to your home. These stylish pieces will make guests ask “where’d you get that?”
Choosing just-right furnishings can make all the difference between your dining area feeling cold or comfortable.
The secret to getting that luxurious five-star hotel sleep is revealed. Find out what it is.
Shopping for your home? Expand your search beyond the usual suspects.
Roche Bobois brings the French art de vivre to Singapore with the opening of a new showroom and reveals what’s in store for 2019.
It’s not as simple as just picking out whatever you see in the store. Leather manufacturer Dani Sustainable Leather reveals the secret to buying and maintaining the perfect piece of leather furniture.
Maximise your living space with these furniture pieces that serve more than just one function.
The brand new IKEA Catalogue offers a wealth of products and solutions for an organised home through seven distinct home scenarios.
Here are five great small apartment design options for every room in your house!
When it comes to modestly-sized homes, we’re hung up on these wall-mountable pieces.
Must-have products for the home, space planning tips and tricks, gorgeous homes in Singapore and abroad, and more… our latest issue comes packed with loads of great design inspiration for those embarking on a home reno.
Our favourite on-trend pieces from Commune’s latest range.
Home furnishing ideas and styling tips from local furniture giant Courts
Top product picks for creating an impeccable modern-luxe look, even in a compact home.
Shop for beautiful furniture, fittings and fixtures at this new and luxurious store, to spruce up your home.
There are polarising views about owning designer furniture – one camp says the knockoffs are hard to tell; the other camp is adamant about originality and the devil in the details. We get the lowdown from the experts in this trade, who reveal the importance and relevance of owning an original piece. After all, you […]
A modern interpretation of the retro red, blue and white string chair, the Jia Ju Chair combines local nostalgia with the silhouette of classic Ming Dynasty design