Where is your favourite place to hunt for furniture?

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Post by DesertWind » Wed Jun 23, 2010 1:50 pm

hquek wrote: I do lurve their metally bookshelf, but cannot bring myself to pay that few k for it.... :(


Hi hquek, :wink:
Yes, I love Air Division's golden teak bookshelf too! But could not bring myself to pay the few K for it, so just admire from afar everytime I got chance to go past their shops. ke...ke...ke.. :lol:
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Post by DesertWind » Wed Jun 23, 2010 1:54 pm

VooVoo wrote:sigh....so must really browse around the island to know the "market" price before commiting? :shock: Very energy zapping...and where got time :roll:


Hi Hi! :wink:
If you are using Interior Designer, the guy will bring you to do the shopping and he usually will have a few "regular" shops which he goes. So you should be able to check with him instead of running around yourself!
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Post by hquek » Wed Jun 23, 2010 2:40 pm

smurf wrote:
then u ask, $40 can? ...
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Umm that time is just check out market, I will only quote a price if interested. So far I have not detected being grossly overcharged. But there was one incident. They fixed the downlights and then we discovered that the screws a bit rusty....so they got their guy to come back and replace EVERY single one of them. Sigh...

Still I will go back again becos of their range and price.

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Post by hquek » Wed Jun 23, 2010 2:43 pm

Joy wrote:May I know for fan, where can you buy reasonable cost ceiling fan?thanks


ummm, ok SLC (Singapore lighting centre) also stocks ceiling fans - most of the lighting shops have that. My bro got one that folds down when not in use. Quite nifty lor although that one is a wee bit more ex than the usual. Comes with remote (for both light and fan).

So at whatever place you choose, just check out their range on offer.

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Post by jedamum » Wed Jun 23, 2010 3:10 pm

Joy wrote:May I know for fan, where can you buy reasonable cost ceiling fan?thanks

i intend to go for KDK ceiling fan cos i read that it is one of the more powerful ones. also not going with one with light kits cos my ceiling height already quite low.


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Post by DesertWind » Wed Jun 23, 2010 9:27 pm

jedamum wrote:i intend to go for KDK ceiling fan cos i read that it is one of the more powerful ones. also not going with one with light kits cos my ceiling height already quite low.


I am using KDK fans too! Bought from Parisilk store which is much cheaper than buying from anywhere else as they have very little retail front and earn a little bit margin by ordering direct from supplier!
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Post by smurf » Wed Jun 23, 2010 9:32 pm

I'm searching for those tag lock at main door. dun need key at all. just tap the card kind...does anyone knows where to get that?? :?

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Re: Where is your favourite place to hunt for furniture?

Post by xueyan » Mon Jun 02, 2014 1:09 pm

Dear all

I am looking for a desk set for my 6yo boy. I also need to get a wardrobe and book case for him. Hopefully to get something as a set so the colour matches.

Any idea where to get. I do not really like Ikea as I feel that it may not be very durable.

Thanks for advice.

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Re: Where is your favourite place to hunt for furniture?

Post by thepast123 » Tue Dec 11, 2018 2:40 pm

Hello VooVoo,

If you are looking to buy modern furniture for your home then I would like to suggest you Tulip Table where you can see the wide range of dining tables, chairs and many more with high quality and at affordable price.

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Re: Where is your favourite place to hunt for furniture?

Post by CarenL » Wed Dec 12, 2018 10:44 am

Star Living. They have a Fixed Price Policy that boasts transparency and locks in reasonable prices across their many showrooms. They have Homey Scandinavian to British Vintage!

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