The year-end festive season is here and Boutique Fairs is back to cover your festive home decor and gifting needs.

From this Friday to Sunday (Nov 25 to 27), the biannual shopping event brings together more than 240 local boutique brands and designers at the F1 Pit Building.

Shop from a selection of products across apparel, accessories, home decor, toys, and food and beverage.

Pick up a 2023 planner from stationery label Mossery, unique woven products from textile studio Tanchen Studio, Singaporean-themed lifestyle goods from Independent Market or jewellery from Curious Creatures and Forbidden Hill.

Boutique Fair 2022: 30 Best home decor & children's booths (25-27 Nov)

For the first time, the event is having a Young Designers Showcase Grant, which aims to nurture the next generation of designers by subsidising the entry fee for six emerging brands. These include industrial designer Karyn Lim, stationery brand Parachoote and silk accessories brand Like Saturdays.

In between your shopping, get hands-on at the dedicated workshop space, the Circle, where you can take part in craft workshops and customise gifts at an additional cost.

Boutique Fair 2022 Ticket Prices: $6 for a 4-hour admission, and $25 for a three-day pass (sold out).

Boutique Fair 2022 is located at the F1 Pit Building, 1 Republic Boulevard.

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Boutique Fair 2022 Home Decor Shopping Guide

There are a total of 23 home furnishing and decor stalls at this year’s Boutique Fair 2022. Here’s a summary list of the booths we’ll be watching out for:

  • Art Pop Studio: Art jamming studio where you can create your own artworks
  • Beirut Confidential: Unique home furnishing items
  • Bulbul: Local sustainable furniture independent label
  • Charlotte Puxley Flowers: Light hearted floral arrangements
  • Eloise the Brand: Home ware, glasses, vases etc.
  • Ollie: Non-toxic, all-natural home surface cleansers, diffusers, sanitisers
  • Sumu: Camping-inspired organisational boxes
  • Tanchen Studio: Textiles, stools, homeware
  • The Wild Showcase: Multi-label homeware, furniture, decor from independent designers
  • Arthur Zaaro: Sustainable wood homeware and furniture
  • Bowerbird: Hand painted ceramics
  • By Fable: Luxury aesthetic stationery and prints
  • Edition Limitee: French linen bed linens
  • Hacienda Blue: Bone inlay, mother of pearl homeware and furniture
  • Independent Market: Singaporean-inspired homeware and trinkets
  • KRA Sanctuary: Local handmade ceramics, table ware
  • MemoryBoards: Singapore-inspired artworks, placemats, mugs, home accessories
  • MIRA: Home scents, soaps, candles, accessories and trinkets
  • Momji Kids: Handmade rattan furniture and toys
  • SOJAO: Luxury cotton bed linens
  • Studio Yono: Designer furniture
  • Sunday Bedding: Bamboo, organic cotton, French linen beddings
  • Tara’s World: Turkish towels, home accessories
Boutique Fair 2022: 30 Best home decor & children's booths (25-27 Nov)

Children-friendly home and decor brands at the Boutique Fair 2022 include:

There are a total of eight children’s home decor, furnishing, and everyday accessories brands young families should visit:

  • Art4Keep: Service helps you to transform your children’s loose artworks into a keepsake book
  • A Greener Wood: Multi-label homeware, children’s home accessories
  • All Things Felt: Baby home decor, toys, accessories
  • Babyluxe: Baby toys company known for their cute ball pits
  • Evercasa: Wall decor, wall decals and stickers, framed art prints
  • Lagom Kids: Imaginative play kits, book kits for toddlers
  • Little Rei: Baby bed, sleep, bath products
  • Wander Mats: Trendy aesthetic baby play mats

In other highlights from the Boutique Fair 2022:

Bali-born skincare brand debuts at new SocietyA pop-up

Get a touch of Bali in Singapore, with the launch of Bali-founded Fields of Yarrow at Asian multi-brand fashion and beauty retailer SocietyA.

Boutique Fair 2022: 30 Best home decor & children's booths (25-27 Nov)

Founded in 2017 by French expatriate Souhela Ferrah, the brand offers a comprehensive range of flower- and plant-based skincare and body care.

Growing up with a pharmacist father and a great-great aunt who practised healing through herbal medicine, Ms Ferrah was influenced to tap the natural world when starting her own skincare brand.

There is something for every skin need. Using ingredients found mainly in the Indonesian archipelago, the products range from cleansing balms and facial mists to perfume oils and a Face Serum Stick ($59) that can be rolled right onto the face.

Prices range from $43 for a lip balm to $75 for a hydrating face mask. The brand also offers a range of beauty tools crafted from tiger’s eye gemstone (from $51 to $90).

Fields of Yarrow has a boutique and facial studio offering treatments in Canggu, Bali, and Singapore marks its first international outpost.

A selection of products is available exclusively at SocietyA’s new pop-up, which runs until April 30. A first for the retailer, the pop-up has curated an array of beauty and lifestyle products.

Check out other Asian brands such as Thai skincare label Mellow Naturals, South Korean natural soap brand Hanahzo and home-grown botanical beauty brand Forest Rhapsody.

Also new is SocietyA’s first in-house product – a candle series of six scents ($49 each) inspired by the rituals that mark the beginning and end of each day.

Fields of Yarrow is available at fieldsofyarrow.com and Pop! by SocietyA, which runs till April 30, at 03-08B Ngee Ann City, 391A Orchard Road

This article first appeared on The Straits Times, edited by Home & Decor.