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Supplies & Co.

  • Supplies & Co.
    Supplies & Co., Singapore
  • Supplies & Co.
    Supplies & Co., Singapore
  • Supplies & Co.
    Supplies & Co., Singapore
  • Supplies & Co.
    Supplies & Co., Singapore
  • Supplies & Co.
    Supplies & Co., Singapore
  • Supplies & Co.
    Supplies & Co., Singapore
  • Supplies & Co.
    Supplies & Co., Singapore

The buzz: Founded by former Surrender folks Danny and WJ Tan, this cool new lifestyle boutique, taking over what used to be the Raffles Hotel Museum, specializes in stylish and functional home products from obscure, design-focused brands.

The vibe: Simple and utilitarian, complete with pale wooden floors, plain white walls, and black- framed doors and windows. Earthy colors and warm lighting give the space a calming ambiance.

The goods: Most are brands you’ve probably never heard of, like ARCHITECTMADE, British Remains and Merchant & Mills, but the store thoughtfully displays brand stories and product information alongside its wares, so you know exactly what you’re buying. The tightly curated collection of goods is rather eclectic—there are scents from Tokyo-based label retaW ($18 upwards), cleaning supplies from Turner & Harper ($20 upwards), home décor items from Maison Martin Margiela ($30 upwards), laundry baskets from Steele Canvas ($140 upwards) and sofas from LA-based designer Stephen Kenn ($3,535 upwards)—and all are very desirable.

Why you’ll be back: Where else in this city can you find hip lifestyle wares from Margiela—or any of the store’s obscure brands for that matter?


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Phone: 6337-4763
Supplies & Co., #03-07 Raffles Hotel Arcade, Raffles Hotel, 328 North Bridge Rd., Singapore, 188719 Singapore

Nearest Train:

Esplanade

Opening Hours:

Mon-Sat noon-8pm

Open Since:

May, 2013
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