Designer furniture warehouse sale

Visited the Proof, Dream Interiors and BoConcept warehouse sale today. Brands included BoConcept (obviously…), Poltrona Frau, Barbara Barry, Walter Knoll, Cappellini, &Tradition, Vitra, Muuto and Ercol. The ad says up to 75% off but I mostly spotted discounts of 30% to 50%. Wasn’t sure how good the sale would be, but was pleasantly surprised by…

Lunar New Year Decorations from IKEA

Sorry for the MIA (missing in action)… started the new year feeling sick and rather sorry for myself. Other realities of life takes priority as well so been feeling rather delinquent about blogging. Anyways I am back to share my shopping for Chinese New Year. I really like the ‘福’ aka GYRID coasters and pot…

I heart display model sales

Not for the fussy buyers, but display model items can be good buys, especially if you have a relatively tight budget but love designer furniture cos you can usually get the items at 50% discount (or more). Just be careful and inspect the displayed item carefully.  You already know about the Grafunkt and Air Division…

Quick post re: Sales

With so many sales happening at year-end, I find it hard to decide if it’s worth a blog post to point any particular ones out. If I have to though, these may be worth a visit depending on your wallet size:

More sales to tempt you this weekend

No surprises… year-end sales at: Space Asia Hub (Kartell at 35% off if you find prices for the other brands too daunting) Dream Interiors LifeStorey Details in the ads below.

Let’s go shopping again this weekend…

I know, I am starting to sound like a broken record but it’s really the time to shop if you need nice stuff for the home… You know how the buzz/high from shopping is even better if you go early and get the best bargains? Or mabbe just feel light headed after spending too much…

Why not decorate your windows for Christmas?

UPDATE: Click to see my my Christmas 2012 window display here. I don’t think it’s the norm for most Singaporean families to decorate windows/doors for Christmas and I have a few theories why that is so… 1. It’s a cultural thing – just not the norm over here, unlike in other western countries where decorating homes for Christmas…