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Art Design Shop On Tatler Homes Curates: 9 Singapore Art and Home Products Brands at Our New Online Store

Shop On Tatler Homes Curates: 9 Singapore Art and Home Products Brands at Our New Online Store

Shop On Tatler Homes Curates: 9 Singapore Art and Home Products Brands at Our New Online Store
River City Canvas Limited Edition Print (Image: Talking Textiles)
By Tatler Homes Singapore
August 05, 2020
Explore inspiring collections from homegrown brands on the new e-store, presented by Tatler Homes Singapore

Bring home the work of Singaporean labels with our edit of well-made furniture, bedlinen, art prints and decor items, available exclusively on tatlerhomescurates.com.

Created in celebration of our upcoming 15th anniversary in December, it’s the first-ever online offering by Tatler Homes Singapore. This first collection aims to support the work of locally based designers, makers and entrepreneurs, who combine cultural influences from our sunny island with quality pieces handcrafted to stand the test of time. Best yet, some collections are available with customisable options, so they can be made just for you.

Here, we share more about the participating brands and the products available exclusively at Tatler Homes Curates:

Valet Tray Set With Customised Engraving (Image: Bynd Artisan)
Valet Tray Set With Customised Engraving (Image: Bynd Artisan)

1/9 Bynd Artisan

From a small bindery workshop founded in 1942 to a stylish retail concept with stores across central Singapore, Bynd Artisan is an example of how excellent craftsmanship transcends generations. Third-generation owners Winnie Chan and her husband, James Quan have transformed a traditional bookbinding business into a leather craft atelier that celebrates the company’s family of veteran craftsmen through custom-made paper and leather products.

Our pick: Valet Tray Set With Customised Engraving

Stackable and collapsible, these elegant trays serve as handy, portable organisers for your keys and jewellery. Available in three sizes and in colours such as black, brown, teal, taupe and red, each tray is customisable with lettering of up to 15 characters, and features a faux suede inner lining and snap button closures on four sides. 

Available at Tatler Homes Curates

Altruistic Alphabet Porcelain Collection (Image: Supermama)
Altruistic Alphabet Porcelain Collection (Image: Supermama)

2/9 Supermama

This homegrown souvenir brand was founded in 2011 by Singaporean couple Edwin Low and Meiling Lee, who wanted to share their love of well-made and well-designed products. Supermama soon found its niche in designing hip and thoughtful porcelain ware —inspired by Singapore icons and produced by Japanese porcelain label Kihara—that won the President’s Design Award in 2013. Since then, the couple have expanded their partnership with Kihara to include other Japanese craft specialists. 

Our pick: Altruistic Alphabet Porcelain Collection 

Snag the Altruistic Alphabet Porcelain Collection, a collaborative project with Touch SpecialCrafts—it’s a part of Supermama’s S for Social Initiative, which showcases designs by artists with intellectual disabilities. The decorative plates are handcrafted in Arita, Japan and feature gold leaf lettering that can be customised. The best part? A portion of the sale proceeds will benefit the participating artist or a social service organisation.

Available at Tatler Homes Curates

Horizon Mirror (Image: Synergraphic)
Horizon Mirror (Image: Synergraphic)

3/9 Synergraphic

Artist, designer and founder of art and design studio Synergraphic—Florence Ng wears many hats and her passion for handmade glass is evident in the studio’s stunning body of work, which can be found at landmarks across Singapore. Designed by Ng, “Flutes of Fancy”, a glass, crystal and acrylic chandelier in the National Museum of Singapore is one such example of the studio’s expertise in creating glass and lighting features via collaborations with designers, architects and house glass craftsmen.

Our pick: Horizon Mirror

Lift any room with the Horizon Mirror, designed with a gradient effect that’s hand sprayed by Synergraphic artisans. This round mirror is available in blue, yellow, burgundy and orange tints that are sprayed on in either a straight, circular or crescent pattern.

Available at Tatler Homes Curates

Candy Bench (Image Akar de Nissim)
Candy Bench (Image Akar de Nissim)

4/9 Akar de Nissim

The “East meets West” approach may be a well-trodden one, but furniture label Akar de Nissim represents this fusion of styles with flair. Led by Jasmine Ng, the brand’s chief operating officer, Akar de Nissim emphasises the “harmonious marriage” of French and Eastern design elements. Craftsmanship, quality materials and production standards are a top priority and the company even shares the same factory as a coveted international luxury fashion house.

Our pick: Candy Bench

Looking for a fun and quirky conversation piece? This playful bench is an attention grabbing one with round, candy-like cushions made from bespoke velvet fabrics by French upholstery brand Pierre Frey, and framed with stained oak in a Poudre satin finish.

Available at Tatler Homes Curates

Chinoiserie in Teal and Peacock Blue Art Print (Image: Louise Hill Design)
Chinoiserie in Teal and Peacock Blue Art Print (Image: Louise Hill Design)

5/9 Louise Hill Design

Singapore-based graphic designer and artist Louise Hill has a love of bright and cheery colours, illustration and typography, and this is evident in her artworks. Applying a variety of mediums like graphic design, illustration and photography, her aesthetic is a vibrant homage to Asian architecture and culture. She does, however, create the occasional monochrome piece and the effect is no less stunning. 

Our pick: Chinoiserie in Teal and Peacock Blue Art Print

Have a bare wall that needs sprucing up? The Chinoiserie in Teal and Peacock Blue Art Print should do the trick. Look closely at this cerulean collage, and you will discover images of architectural details, tea sets, silk brocade fabrics and other objects photographed in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Singapore. Each print is hand-finished by Hill in metallic inks and printed with archival Giclée inks onto 310gsm Hahnemühle etching paper. 

Available at Tatler Homes Curates

6/9 Forbidden Hill

Silk Bangle—Rhodium Set (Image: Forbidden Hill)
Silk Bangle—Rhodium Set (Image: Forbidden Hill)

Before Fort Canning Hill came to be known by its current name today, it was called Bukit Larangan, or Forbidden Hill. The area was believed to be a thriving centre of multicultural exchange during the 14th century and this slice of history served as a reference for this homegrown accessory label. Forbidden Hill celebrates the diverse cultures and artistic traditions of the region, interpreting traditional Southeast Asian iconography, architecture and textiles into modern pieces with local motifs. 

Our pick: Silk Bangle—Rhodium Set

The silk bangle set is designed to match any outfit, thanks to interchangeable Thai silk slides that come in three bold shades. The bangle is made from rhodium, a highly resistant metal with a brilliant silver shine, and is crafted by artisans in the region.

Available at Tatler Homes Curates

River City Canvas Limited Edition Print (Image: Talking Textiles)
River City Canvas Limited Edition Print (Image: Talking Textiles)

7/9 Talking Textiles

Tapping into Singapore’s rich heritage for inspiration is mixed media artist and textile designer Deborah McKellar. The Singapore-based South African national, who is the founder of art and design studio Talking Textiles, uses layers of stitch, remnants of fabric, silk screened images and printed patterns to create artworks and textiles that juxtapose old and new elements of Singapore’s architecture, cultural identity and everyday life. 

Our pick: River City Canvas Limited Edition Print

Celebrate the icons of Singapore’s Marina Bay skyline with the limited edition River City Canvas Print. Made upon order, this highly detailed piece features wave motifs in the foreground as a tribute to the Singapore River and the Lion City’s past as a port city.

Available at Tatler Homes Curates

Bespoke Pet Portrait (Image: Amber Art Gallery)
Bespoke Pet Portrait (Image: Amber Art Gallery)

8/9 Amber Art Gallery

Singapore pet portrait specialist Amber Art Gallery helps animal lovers capture their beloved companions through creative mediums like oil paintings and digital art. Aside from offering custom pet portrait services, the online art gallery also helps paw-rents create products ranging from photo coasters to wooden artworks in their pets’ likeness.

Our pick: Bespoke Pet Portrait

Of course, it has to be a commissioned oil painting of your furkid that you can treasure for years to come. Simply provide a clear headshot of your animal companion—the artist will paint its portrait against a textured monochromatic background on a 60cm by 60cm canvas. The painting comes with a wooden inner frame so you can easily display the portrait on the wall.

Available at Tatler Homes Curates

(Related: Singapore Dream: 15 Chic Home Decor And Furniture By Local Designers)

French Linen Set, from Sunday Bedding (Image: Sunday Bedding)
French Linen Set, from Sunday Bedding (Image: Sunday Bedding)

9/9 Sunday Bedding

Co-founder Alex Fan comes from a family that has made home textile manufacturing their expertise for over 30 years. Armed with an extensive knowledge of quality fabrics, Fan, together with partner Clara Teo, established e-commerce bedding brand Sunday Bedding to offer clients easy access to well-made and well-priced sheets. Prefer a one-on-one consultation? Visit their appointment-only studio in Amoy Street for a chat.

Our pick: French Linen Set
Suitable for sensitive skin, the French linen bedding set is highly breathable and durable. It comes with a fitted sheet, two pillowcases, a duvet cover and a laundry bag, and is available in colours such as sunny white, misty blue, nautical blue and sage green. This exclusive collaboration with Tatler Homes Curates comes with an embroidery service where you can add initials of up to three letters on each pillowcase.

Available at Tatler Homes Curates

(Related: 11 Steps To Designing A Bedroom For Blissful Slumber)

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Art & Design Tatler Homes Tatler Homes Curates Bynd Artisan Supermama Synergraphic Akar de Nissim Louise Hill Design Forbidden Hill Talking Textiles Amber Art Gallery

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