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8 Secondhand Furniture Shops In Singapore For Refurbished Vintage & Antique Gems

Secondhand furniture shops in Singapore

Image adapted from (clockwise from top left): Hock Siong & Co.@singaporetradingpost, Journey EastJourney East

Pinterest boards are a great source of inspiration when it comes to home styling, but when those industrial and minimalist designs get overused, your house becomes a photocopy of someone else’s.

But you can jazz it up with just a simple statement piece of secondhand furniture. These pre-loved items are usually no longer mass produced, which makes them super exclusive. In fact, many of these are vintage pieces that are still in good condition. Consider adopting such rare finds from these secondhand furniture shops in Singapore:

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1. Hock Siong and Co – free delivery with min. $300 spent

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From Victorian style lamps to tables from hotels, Hock Siong & Co is where you can find all the karang guni treasures that others have disposed of. They have both vintage furniture as well as restored items for you to pick from, such as a bed frame turned cushioned bench.

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Exploring the store is like taking a trip down memory lane. They have one-of-a-kind grandfather chime clocks, bed frames, cabinets and a large range of home accessories like carpets and statues.

Elmwood Tv console ($550)
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If you spend more than $300, you can enjoy free delivery so you don’t have to lug your purchases home by yourself.

Address: 153 Kampong Ampat, #01-03, Junjie Industrial Building, Singapore 368326
Opening hours: Daily, 9.30AM-5.50PM
Telephone: 6281 8338
Website

2. Red Saga Seeds Furniture & Collectibles – various styles like Balinese, minimalist, and retro

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Red Saga Seeds Furniture & Collectibles is where you can shop from a range of furniture styles including Balinese, minimalist and retro. Find yourself anything from lamps to bed frames as well as rare vintage items like a Fukoku Vintage Sewing Machine Display ($220).

Fukoku Vintage Sewing Machine Display ($220)
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To add some pizzazz to your home, get a painting from their sizeable range of wall art with prices starting from as low as $20. Or step it up with antique wooden sculptures.

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This store also buys furniture so if you’re itching to inject some change into the look of your house, cash out the old stuff for quality pre-loved pieces. Click here for more information.

Address: 21 Ubi Road 1, #01-01, Cambridge Industrial Building, Singapore 408724
Opening hours: Mon – Fri: 10AM-5PM
Telephone: 6744 8682
Website

3. Journey East – furniture made from reclaimed wood

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Journey East houses a large range of furniture, from vintage pieces to eco-friendly ones made from reclaimed wood. The wood used here is usually teak, making for highly durable furniture.

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Add a touch of class to your house with comfy Jumbo Art Deco Armchairs which date back to the 1920s. The unique shape of these armchairs are uncommon these days so it’ll be a good conversation starter when your friends come over to visit.

For an industrial touch, choose their steel-framed wooden stools remodelled from materials from used furniture
Image credit: @journeyeast 

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For fans of a more modern look, they have a more contemporary range of items as well, such as their quirky animal-shaped accessories like rabbit stools or shark umbrella holders.

Address: 315 Outram Road, #03-02, Tan Boon Liat Building, Singapore 169074
Opening hours: Daily, 10AM-6PM
Telephone: 6473 1693
Website

4. Long-longtime Store – items that are both ornamental and functional

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Long-longtime Store is where you can get rare finds like vintage Japanese bicycles and old-school metal safes. These quirky items made for good ornamental pieces, giving your house the unique old-meets-new theme. And you don’t have to worry about quality as these items have been restored without their old-age look compromised.

Safe keep your items in this vintage safe or turn it into a bedside table
Image credit: Long-longtime store 

Address: 8 Boon Lay Way, #03-11 Tradehub 21, Singapore 609964
Opening hours: on an appointment basis
Telephone: 9832 5378
Website

5. Just Anthony – refurbished antiques from China

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Just Anthony is where you can find Chinese antiques like ceramic pots with painted details and screens with ornate carvings. Most of these originate from China itself, with the owner making regular trips there specially to bring back these pieces.

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Besides furniture, they have painted Chinese drums and statues that will act as great centerpieces and add a touch of culture to your home.

Address:  379 Upper Paya Lebar Road, Singapore 534972
Opening hours: Daily, 9.30AM-6.30PM
Telephone: 6283 4782 / 6283 4722
Website

6. The GoDown – available for function booking

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At The GoDown, you’ll get to see glimpses of different parts of the world in the 19th and 20th centuries through their specially curated furniture pieces. Switch up your light fixtures with a Turkish Filigree Ceiling Lantern Pendant Lamp ($699) or fancy up your space with a Vintage Black Telephone ($319).

Turkish Filigree Ceiling Lantern Pendant Lamp ($699)
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Since most of their furniture pieces are on display, The Godown is like a vintage furniture showroom where you can draw inspiration on how to style pieces which you’re intending to purchase.

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The store is also available for booking to hold functions and parties with a fully functional kitchen that you can make use of. So the next time you need a venue to host a dinner party, this homely space can be an option.

Address: 442 Orchard Road, #01-11, Claymore Connect, Singapore 238879
Opening hours :Sun – Fri 11AM-7PM
Telephone: 6333 8966
Website

7. Singapore Trading Post – pieces traditional to countries in Asia

Deck up your study table with a Brass Antique Desk Lamp ($225)
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Singapore Trading Post carries a vast selection of secondhand pieces from all over Asia, so you can get your hands on furniture that’s traditional to certain countries without all the shipping hassle.

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Find yourself a new desk lamp or Moroccan style lantern ($35) to add some Aladdin vibes to your house. On top of this, pick from a sizeable range of furniture including elmwood tables, bookshelves and cabinets.

Set of 5 postcards of Singapore from original 1930\’s negatives ($25)
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You can also find gifts below $50 which include this set of postcards adapted from pictures of Singapore taken in the 1930s.

Address: 315 Outram Road, #07-01, Tan Boon Liat Building, Singapore 169074
Opening hours:  Mon – Sun 10.30AM-5.30PM | Sun 11AM-5PM
Telephone: 6221 4619
Website

8. Mobler – Scandinavian-style

Mobler carries Scandinavian-style furniture from Sweden, but unlike the contemporary pieces at IKEA, theirs come with a touch of antique flair.

Prices for ceramic vases begin as low as $45
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Get your hands on their tableware including silver and brass bowls and pots in all shapes and sizes. And if you’re the type to spruce up your dining table with fresh blooms or just need a centrepiece, they also have many affordable ceramic vases dating back to the mid-century.

Baroque console table from Sweden from the late 1800s
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Style up your bedroom with this Baroque Console Table ($1200). Pair this table with a mirror and you’ve got yourself a beautiful dresser for glamming up at in the morning.

Address: 81 Tasgore Lane, #02-11, Tag A , 787502 Singapore
Opening hours: Wed – Sun 12PM-6PM
Telephone: 9882 5320
Website

Vintage and antique furniture shops in Singapore

Furniture is like the life-giver to a house – without them, the house lacks character. If you’re looking for a budget-friendly revamp of your residence or are furnishing your new home, these secondhand furniture stores are worth a try.

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