Amazon’s biggest sale event, Prime Day, will be held for the first time ever on Amazon.sg on 13 and 14 October. Expect flash deals that can give you up to 61% off on beauty and personal care items.
Fastest fingers first - Amazon has finally revealed their official Prime Day shopping event today, and the dates are 13 to 14 October.
Fashion designer Priscilla Ong Shunmugam is now expanding her Suvarnabumi universe of homeware to include a new rattan furniture line.
If you’ve missed their Swedish meatballs, you’d be happy to know that Ikea Singapore will reopen their Swedish Food Market and Bistro today (26 June) and their Ikea restaurant this coming Monday (29 June).
With the recent exit of Robinsons Departmental Store at Jem due to take place end of August 2020, Ikea Singapore announced today (11 May) that they will open Southeast Asia’s first ‘small-store’ concept at Jem Mall in 2021.
Mid-century furniture has risen in popularity over the past few years and is now easily accessible and stocked in many of our favourite stores.
SINGAPORE – Millennials wanting to make a statement with their home can soon decorate their abode with Ikea x Virgil Abloh’s collection. The designer of streetwear label Off-White has collaborated with Ikea to turn everyday home objects into design icons.Abloh worked alongside Ikea’s creative leader Henrik Most to research on what young adults yearn for when they move into their own homes for the first time – the result of that research is the Markerad collection.The items come with an element of surprise: for example, a glass cabinet that comes with a handle in the shape of a red nail, or the minimalist Markerad chair that’s fitted with a doorstop on one of the legs.Abloh’s iconic quotation marks are also splattered across items like a rug and even Ikea’s Frakta shopping bags.The Markerad collection will be retailing in Ikea stores only in limited quantities from 31 October 2019 onwards. Each customer is strictly limited to two pieces per Markerad product and four dining chairs on a first-come-first-served basis, while stocks last.For more information, see Ikea’s website.READ MORE:Is Singapore really the 13th most fashionable country in the world?The noise cancelling earphones and headphones you need to bring you into 2020
SINGAPORE — A recent report by Forbes announced that many people in the US just aren’t interested in keeping so-called ‘family heirlooms’ anymore. Apparently the Gen Xers, younger Babyboomers and older Millennials who are having to deal with the death of their parents, are increasingly unsure of what to do with all the stuff they leave behind.
COURTS on Thursday (5 April) unveiled its new collection of furniture, part of its seasonal refresh. Designed exclusively for the furniture giant, the collection features one in five pieces which are either space-saving or multi-functional. COURTS said the designs took into consideration "the evolution of the modern apartment space". Its team also prioritised climate-friendly and washable materials, after a study on buyers from its stores.
After two months of renovation works, the COURTS Megastore at Tampines will officially reopen on Saturday (11 Nov) with a new look. Apart from being able to purchase appliances and furniture, the store will now offer a maintenance and repairs services counter. There is also a gaming zone, where tournaments will be held, and interactive cooking demonstration services for shoppers. For more: COURTS Megastore revamped with new gaming zone and one-stop repair service Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook.
Just in time for Singles’ Day on 11 November, the COURTS Megastore at Tampines will officially reopen on Saturday with a new look, along with the relaunch of their online store. The revamp sees the majority of the store’s 136,000 square feet dedicated to retail space, which includes a new maintenance and repair service counter, a ‘gaming zone’, interactive cooking demonstration stations, and a new café. Located on the third floor, GURU by COURTS offers more than a hundred repair and maintenance services, such as mobile phone and laptop repairs, home cleaning, washing machine servicing, and smart homes link-up.
IKEA fans in Singapore, rejoice! The Swedish furniture giant now allows its customers here to shop for furniture and home decor online. Customers can also pick assembly and installation services via the online store. There are two delivery options to choose from: Parcel delivery comes with a service fee of $15, while truck delivery comes with a service fee of $70.
If interior decorating makes you feel like a fish out of water, leave the fate of your home in the capable hands of Jenny Lewis. A one-stop boutique shop, Fabrio Furnishing offers an extensive range of services that include everything from wall covering to sofa re-upholstery.
Urban Outfitters has just opened its first-ever retail showroom specifically for home goods, the UO Home Showroom, in its massive L.A. concept store in Hollywood.
Kanye West clearly enjoys the finer things in life: extravagant marriage proposals, $1,700 sweaters, and marble conference tables. While his wife was busy posting nudes and beefing with Bette Midler, the rapper-designer caused a minor bout of hysteria Tuesday when he was seen touring the Ikea headquarters in Almhult, Sweden. Ikea later confirmed West’s visit.
Related: Our Favorite Pieces of Wall Art Aren’t All Paintings This is why, despite the peeling squares of linoleum and mustard-yellow laminate countertops in our kitchen, the main floor bathroom was the first room in our house to get a full makeover. As was the case with opening up our floor plan, the goal in redoing this bathroom was to do as much as we could ourselves and keep the price tag reasonable. Not my bathroom, though I would happily take it.