From Tiffany & Co to Casa Loewe: Get Decor Inspiration From These Boutiques in Singapore
Uncover design ideas as you shop for the latest collections at these new boutiques
Be it a chic fashion boutique or a stylish restaurant, it's clear that beautifully designed spaces provide ample creative fodder for decor inspiration. These retail destinations provide this and more; shop for home fragrances, office furniture, and decorative accessories from these showrooms.
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Casa Loewe Singapore
Conceived in the style of a collector’s home, this boutique by Spanish luxury brand Loewe provides a wealth of decor inspiration. Visitors will find a strong artistic inclination in the 3,659sqft showroom; it’s the fifth iteration of the residential-inspired Casa Loewe store concept by the luxury house, and the first-ever in Southeast Asia.
Curated by creative director Jonathan Anderson and his team, the interior features handcrafted vessels alongside accent pieces specially commissioned for this store; look out for head-turning works such as the hand-dyed tapestry ‘A Positive Light’ by American textile artist Josh Faught (pictured above). Besides the full range of women’s and men’s ready-to-wear collections, the Loewe home fragrance range is also available at this boutique
Casa Loewe is located at #01-11A/12 Ion Orchard; loewe.com
The Japanese office furniture brand has opened a showroom in the heart of the city centre, incorporating a striking two-storey showcase. Designed in the style of a vending machine, the glass display integrates a lift that transports the desired chair from the shelves to the first floor for customers to try it for themselves. Additionally, Gachapon machines in the showroom also dispense souvenirs that visitors can bring home.
Okamura is located at 137 Cecil Street, #01-01/04 Cecil Building; okamura.com.sg
Strange & Deranged
The home decor retailer recently moved its flagship store to Paragon, after six years at Palais Renaissance. Founded by interior designer Alex Tan and co-founder Cindy Tang, the 1,259sqft boutique offers an eclectic and inspiring array of decorative items and homeware handmade by artisans from around the world. Not quite sure how your purchases could fit into your home? Consult the experts; the showroom also offers interior styling and consultation services
Strange & Deranged is located at 290 Orchard Road, #04-47 Paragon Shopping Centre; strangeanderanged.com
Tiffany & Co
Meausuring over 3,000sqft, this renovated Tiffany & Co boutique at Takashimaya Shopping Centre will feature an array of home and accessories collection unique to this boutique. It will also offer an embossing option so that you can personalise decorative gifts to your loved ones. Fluting details in the millwork draw cues to its art deco influences, whilean entryway flanked by amazonite walls references the celebrated Tiffany Blue that the jewellery brand is known for.
Tiffany & Co is located at 391 Orchard Road #02-05/06 Takashimaya Shopping Centre
The Architects' Apartment at Space Furniture
The collections of Italian furniture brand Living Divani are now exclusively available at Space Furniture. The Australia-headquartered luxury furniture retailer has also designed a dedicated space specially for the collections, dubbed The Architects' Apartment.
Situated on the top floor of the Space Furniture showroom, this stylish zone houses furniture from Living Divani, accompanied with Glass Italia screens and accent pieces from Arflex and Moooi. The residential-inspired setting within the showroom features many of the firm’s iconic creations, which include collections by Singaporean designers such as Nathan Yong and Studio Juju.
Space Furniture is located at 77 Bencoolen Street