Chuan Heng Hardware Trading, a good shop for kitchen & bathroom hardware in Singapore, has three locations to choose from, including a Main Store within Rochor district, at 132 Jalan … Continue reading →
Lemongrass & Aubergine, an exciting home goods store store in Singapore, is located within Cluny Court, at 501 Bukit Timah Road.
Operating with a slogan of ‘Often Useful, Always … Continue reading →
Kitchen+Ware has three kitchenware & homeware stores in Singapore to choose from, one within Causeway Point (1 Woodlands Square).
Each of the shops operates as a kitchenware and homeware store, … Continue reading →
You can choose from a total of 12 The Green Party shops in Singapore, including one store at Downtown East mall (1 Pasir Ris Close).
Established in 2014, the company’s … Continue reading →
JML has three homeware and kitchen appliance stores in Singapore, one within Causeway Point shopping centre (1 Woodlands Square).
Founded by John Mills in 1986 in the UK and in … Continue reading →
There are two Baccarat crystal glassware stores in Singapore available, including one within Marina Bay Sands (2 Bayfront Avenue).
Founded in 1764 in France and today majority owned by American … Continue reading →
Premium built-in kitchen appliances store in Singapore, Eldric Marketing, has one showroom store available, located within Asiawide Industrial Building (5 Pereira Road).
Established in 1984, the company operates with a … Continue reading →
You can choose from two Australian Spotlight Store home decor shops in Singapore, including one at Plaza Singapura shopping centre (68 Orchard Road) featuring a range of homeware, fabrics, and … Continue reading →
Song-Cho has a total of six kitchen & bathroom stores in Singapore to choose from, including one shop within AMK Hub (53 Ang Mo Kio Ave 3).
Established in 1995, … Continue reading →
Asia Excel, a good bathroom & kitchen store in Singapore, has a sales showroom located within IMM Building, at 2 Jurong East Street 21.
Established in 2001, the company provides … Continue reading →