We’re living out our interior decorating dreams through our kids' bedrooms! We've found Singapore’s best stores for fun, cool and unique furniture that will help you create a seriously stylish space for a lucky kid!
It’s official: kids’ furniture in Singapore has reached some pretty stylish new heights – where was all of this cool stuff when we were kids? We’re looking on the bright side and seeing this as a chance to live out all of our decorating dreams, especially since Phase 2 has officially started. So go forth and visit these kids’ furniture stores in Singapore where you can find the coolest beds, tables and more to kit out your kid’s rooms in style. Go wild, go bright, go bold with your little people’s bedrooms. Don’t blame us if you have a serious case of interiors envy after reading this!
Kids furniture stores in Singapore
This Danish design house goes to the next level with its children’s beds, which make the bedroom one super-fun place to be. Think canopies, castles, jungle safaris and a must-have fun item in a kid’s bedroom: slides! We love that FLEXA wooden beds are all designed for safety, sustainability and to encourage creativity. Customise your bed by creating a play den or reading nook, add a ladder or a bunk and make it just perfect for your kiddo (or kiddos) as they grow. These high-quality, robust beds are made to last (we hear they even withstand the bites of a teething toddler). Even better, they’re made with eco-friendly, non-toxic materials so your little people really will sleep safely.
Where: Flexa, Forum the Shopping Mall, #02-19, 583 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238884 and Marina Square, #02-07, 6 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039594
If you’ve been coveting colourful handmade rattan chairs, Decordinary has plenty to make your heart flutter, in statement colours from tangerine to jade and sunny yellow. We can see our kids for curling up with a book in those beauties above! And, did we mention there’s a rattan rocking chair too? The rocking chairs are just $109, the Daisy chair above it is $208, and that stunning yellow Peacock chair? $241. A steal!
Where: Decordinary, 240 MacPherson Rd, #01-01A Pines Industrial Building, Singapore 348574
Having been in the business for more than 40 years, it’s safe to say Danish brand Lifetime Kidsrooms (stocked by furniture store Kuhl Home) knows its stuff when it comes to quality furniture for kids. The belief that children need to play, explore and have fun is reflected in their quirky and uniquely themed designs. Think: a bed resembling a private cottage! All Lifetime beds can also be converted into a single bed measuring 207cm, taking your child from toddler to teenagehood and beyond. Aesthetics and function aside, craftsmanship is also a top priority. Products are made from sustainable pine with the use of non-toxic varnishes, making them safe for your little ones. Easily one of our favourite kids’ furniture stores in town.
Where: Harbourside Showroom (Kids Furniture), 100E Pasir Panjang Rd, #08-01 Century Warehouse, Singapore 118521
We love this locally designed brand of solid children’s furniture, which is designed with kids’ development and creativity in mind. Take the Wynona activity table, which is designed for play with a sunken chalkboard surface ($150). There’s a treasure chest for your child to keep all their precious things, a rolling bookshelf and a trolley to give your kiddo access to all their art and craft supplies. Clever! Plus, this kids’ furniture is made by artisans in Indonesia using responsibly sourced solid hardwood and eco-friendly low VOC finishing, making it safe. And, it’s made sustainably, too. Bravo, Liliewoods.
Where: Liliewoods, 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #02-113, Singapore 237994
Cuckoo Little Lifestyle Store
Oh, how we wish we could be small again! If only we could have a room decked out in the fun and seriously stylish pieces at Cuckoo Little Lifestyle Store. From kid-sized desks to loft beds, mid-century style stools for kids and even a lounger! And don’t get us started on the accessories. Can we please have one of those armadillo&co rugs already? Got a pair of older kids and are searching for that elusive stylish bunk bed? Check out the Oliver Furniture Wood Collection at Cuckoo – the hunt is over! A fab shop for kids’ furniture!
Where: Cuckoo Little Lifestyle Store, Block 6B Dempsey Road, Singapore 247662
We think Piccolo House has the best range of out-of-the-ordinary bookshelves (there’s a wall-mounted shelf that’s a plane and a rocket corner bookshelf) and practical storage units, like the clean Abbeville range pictured above. Want to encourage your little ones to keep their space tidy? The sturdy wooden storage cubes ($129 for a single) will give them a good hint. Did you know Piccolo House has resident interior decorators who can help you put together one stylish kid’s room? This kids’ furniture store is a one-stop shop for great decor, too. Our tip? Check out the cool bean bags!
Where: Piccolo House, 10 Ubi Cres, #01-63 Lobby D Ubi Techpark, Singapore 408564 (along UBI Ave.1)
You’ll find Deer Industries in the Tan Boon Liat Building – a fave spot for window shopping for our fantasy home. And it’s packed with fun bedding, accessories and hard-to-find furniture for babies and kids. There are even children’s desks we’d want for ourselves! If you’re into clean Scandi style, this is your place – and you can order some pretty special pieces, too. Shop online or visit the showroom.
Where: Deer Industries, Tan Boon Liat Building #07-05, 315 Outram Road, Singapore 169074
Don’t underestimate the power of IKEA! This Swedish staple always comes up with some real gems. Who doesn’t love IKEA for its fun, affordable pieces? The Flisat table with hidden storage tubs ($99) is simply genius. Plus, the classic beds and cots are great basics that you can easily customise with a lick of paint. Or, if you’re feeling adventurous, try your hand at an IKEA hack…
Where: IKEA, 317 Alexandra Road, Singapore 159965 or at 60 Tampines North Drive 2, Singapore 528764
Head to this online emporium for unique kids’ furniture created by independent designers, including local designers Liliewoods, which we raved about earlier. But be quick! These fantastic, hard-to-find gems are often gone in a flash – which is what makes Hip Van so addictive.