Pasir Panjang: Singapore’s Next Furniture Shopping Precinct

Furniture shopping in Singapore is spread right across the island, often in unexpected locations. The latest cluster of furniture shops in Singapore is by no means an exception to this rule.

The west coast of Singapore is quickly attracting more and more furniture stores. And perhaps coincidentally neighbouring buildings, Citilink Building and Century Warehouse, in Pasir Panjang are grabbing all the attention, and tenants.

From pre-loved statement pieces to replica retro and outdoor settees to classic Asian homewares, Paiar Panjang offers it all. Here are our must-see furniture shops in Pasir Panjang.

China Collection

chinacollections-singaporeChina Collection is a family owned and operated business based in Singapore, that has been sourcing Chinese antiques for over ten years. Their philosophy is to provide a range of unique interior pieces for your home that suit individual needs and are exceptional value for money.

China Collection has a mix of antique furniture and interior accessories hand-picked by their team in China. The blend of old and new has something for everyone – furniture, lamps, porcelain, and more.

Opening hours. 10am-5pm (Fri-Sat), 12pm-5pm (Sun), after hours by appointment

Warehouse Showroom – 102E Pasir Panjang Road, 01-08 Citilink Building

Danish Design

danishdesign-singaporeFounded in 2008, Danish Designs offers classic and modern designs of indoor and outdoor furniture from Scandinavian and the UK. Danish Designs is continuously working to bringing in more variety of furniture that is not already available in Singapore. Currently, they offer a range of over 500 different products from indoor shelving cabinets to outdoor BBQ.

Opening hours. 10am-5pm (weekdays) and 11am-6pm (weekends)

100E Pasir Panjang Road, 08-01 Century Warehouse

Expat Auctions

Expat Auctions is an auction house selling quality recycled home furnishings on behalf of the owners. The furniture in their weekly auctions mainly comes from expat families downsizing or leaving Singapore or from shops that are overstocked. You are sure to get quality recycled furnishings at reasonable prices. Items start at S$50.

Opening hours. Days and times of pre-auction viewings and auctions vary. Auctions are weekly typically on Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings. Do check their website for more details.

102F Pasir Panjang Road, 01-01 Citilink Building

Lorgan’s Retro Store

Lorgans-singaporeLorgan’s Retro Store houses all things from the timeless appeal of mid-century furniture and household accessories. Touted as the twentieth century’s most enduring style, the vintage-classic pieces are well-sought after even as we step pass the millennium.

Opening hours. 10.30am to 6.30pm everyday, including public holidays.

100 Pasir Panjang Road, 01-03 Century Warehouse

Teak and Mahogany

Since 1996 Teak and Mahogany has been bringing new and exciting outdoor furniture to Singapore. Teak and Mahogany provides an extensive range of garden, patio, balcony and pool lifestyle products. In addition to their exclusive offerings, at Teak and Mahogany you will also experience exceptional service.

Opening hours. 10am to 6pm (Mon-Sun)

100 Pasir Panjang Road, 01-03 Century Warehouse


Citilink Building

Address 102 Pasir Panjang Road, Singapore 118528

Parking. Free carpark and coupon

Century Warehouse

Address 100 Pasir Panjang Road, Singapore 118518

Parking. Free carpark and coupon

Nearest MRT. Pasar Panjang, Exit C. 8 mins walk from station. Head south on Pasir Panjang Rd, cross the road then turn left on Pasir Panjang Rd.

Read on for more furniture shopping tips…

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