Known for their pretty stationery like notebooks and pens, Kikki. K also sells homeware like teapots, measuring cups, and trays. Pictured is the Svenska Hem collection.
Love Swedish design or appreciate modern, almost minimalist details? You'll adore Kikki. K's teapot, milk jugs and plates from the More Sleep collection.
It's not common for an advertising agency to have their own online store, but DDB Singapore has launched the Degree Store to sell wall art, stationery and even furniture and homeware by their team members and friends. This includes the Tribute Tableware by Acre, which is made out of lacquered acacia wood.
You'll also find this espresso cup set by The Animal Project, a social enterprise that supports the abilities of persons with special needs.
Apart from selling art prints, postcards and tote bags that pay homage to the works in the museum, museum gift shops are also a great place to hunt for quirky tableware! Gallery & Co. — though the collections are mostly sold out now — is one place to visit. Past collections include tableware by West River Field.
Did you know that Merci Marcel, the new French bistro in Tiong Bahru, also sells tableware? Check out Falcon’s beautiful yet functional chic tableware made from traditional and resistant enamel. Here's a list of what they sell.
For many homeowners, Muji is the go-to place for homeware and crockery. Its Plaza Singapura outlet, however, offers more than just Muji products. This includes furniture and tableware by Idee (say "yi-day"), which was founded in 1980, and originally began by importing and selling antiques from Western Europe.
We love the colourful Kosen five-piece collection by Idee. Prices start from S$13 for a cup.
Pop by Enabling Village, a unique community space by the Ministry of Social and Family Development and SG Enable, to check out The Art Faculty. This retail store and gallery celebrates the abilities of people with autism and related challenges, including mugs with illustrations by artists with special needs. Buy this botany ceramic set by Nurul Amirah here.