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Art Design WandaVision: 7 Vintage Furniture Stores to Explore for a Retro Interior inspired by the Disney+ Series

WandaVision: 7 Vintage Furniture Stores to Explore for a Retro Interior inspired by the Disney+ Series

Vintage furniture pieces from each decade are distinctly featured in the backdrop of each episode (Image: Marvel Studios)
Vintage furniture pieces from each decade are distinctly featured in the backdrop of each episode (Image: Marvel Studios)
By Hong Xinying and Cheryl Lai-Lim
March 04, 2021
If the retro interiors of WandaVision have got you under a spell, visit these vintage furniture stores in Singapore for a treasure trove of timeless finds

If you’ve been keeping up with Marvel’s WandaVision on Disney+, the surreal sitcom reality that Wanda Maximoff and her android husband Vision are living through is part of the bizarre puzzle that’s coming to an end.  

Storyline aside, here’s another thing that might have captured your attention: the retro decor of the couple’s home that serves as a crucial backdrop. Each episode features a new decade with the house and set taking on inspiration from each era.  

(Related: The Best Shows On Disney+ Singapore: WandaVision, The Mandalorian, Raya and the Last Dragon and more

WandaVision on Disney+ features retro home decor from different eras (Image: Marvel Studios)
WandaVision on Disney+ features retro home decor from different eras (Image: Marvel Studios)

If the charming vintage homeware and furniture pieces peppering the series have caught your eye, you might be desiring a home filled with such classic statement pieces too. Look no further; these vintage furniture retailers listed below carry unique mid-century pieces that are iconic and one of a kind.

(Related: Home Tour: A Parisian Apartment That Elegantly Combines Vintage Finds With Modern Design)

“JH 47-2” pair of chairs by Hans Wegner for Johannes Hansen, from 1b2g (Image: 1b2g)
“JH 47-2” pair of chairs by Hans Wegner for Johannes Hansen, from 1b2g (Image: 1b2g)

1/7 1b2g

With a focus on iconic Danish designs, 1b2g was started from the personal collections of founder Lynette Wong. Her prized finds can be found in The Modern Space, a shared venue between 1B2G and specialist art advisory firm Art Agenda. “I wanted to show off these amazing pieces alongside fine art and this organically gave birth to The Modern Space,” quips Wong, on the collaboration with Art Agenda.

1b2g can be found at The Modern Space, 315 Outram Rd, #05-04 Tan Boon Liat Building; 1b2g.sg

Danish chest of drawers, from Copan (Image: Copan)
Danish chest of drawers, from Copan (Image: Copan)
Hans J. Wegner GE 290 two-seater sofa, from Copan (Image: Copan)
Hans J. Wegner GE 290 two-seater sofa, from Copan (Image: Copan)

2/7 Copan

Specialising in mid-century modern furniture from the ’50s to ’70s, this store features pieces personally sourced by the founders in various parts of Europe. These include chairs authored by Danish heavyweights such as Hans J. Wegner, as well as some unexpected finds from designers of the same period including Erling Torvits, H.W Klein and Illum Wikkelsø. 

Copan is located at 1 Jln Kilang Timor, #05-02 Pacific Tech Centre; copan.co

(Related: 7 Scandi-Chic Desks to Shortlist for Your Home Office

1960s Swedish Jacaranda sideboard, from Mobler (Image: Mobler)
1960s Swedish Jacaranda sideboard, from Mobler (Image: Mobler)

3/7 Möbler

Swedish sisters Emelie and Ellen Hedén have long admired the patina of antique pieces; they too, decided to turn their shared passion into a career with the opening of their vintage store. Featuring pieces hand-picked from Sweden, the showroom is a treasure trove of surprising finds, which include furniture and lighting pieces as well as decorative items such as vases, display plates and mirrors.

Möbler is located at 350 Orchard Rd, Isetan Scotts; moblerscandinavia.com

d-Bodhi Tuareg writing desk, from Journey East (Image: Journey East)
d-Bodhi Tuareg writing desk, from Journey East (Image: Journey East)
d-Bodhi Taste bookrack, from Journey East (Image: Journey East)
d-Bodhi Taste bookrack, from Journey East (Image: Journey East)

4/7 Journey East

Admirers of Asian-style vintage pieces should seek out the selection here. Besides retailing contemporary collections from brands including Qeebo, United Strangers and District 8, the store also carries lovingly restored finds that convey art deco and mid-century modern influences; these pieces were produced in Southeast Asia and originally commissioned by wealthy expatriate families during 1920s to 1960s. journeyeast.com

Journey East is located at 315 Outram Rd, #03-02 Tan Boon Liat Building; journeyeast.com

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1960 vintage secretary bookcase in teak by Johannes Sorth, from Noden (Image: Noden)
1960 vintage secretary bookcase in teak by Johannes Sorth, from Noden (Image: Noden)
1958 vintage Arne Vodder OS29 sideboard produced by P. Olsen Sibast, from Noden (Image: Noden)
1958 vintage Arne Vodder OS29 sideboard produced by P. Olsen Sibast, from Noden (Image: Noden)

5/7 Noden

Known for its selection of Danish modern classics, the showroom has been retailing Scandinavian vintage furniture from the ’40s to the ’70s since its founding in 2013. The store is also able to source and style a selection of pieces specially for your home, if there’s a specific design that you’ve long been searching for.

Noden is located at 211 Henderson Rd, #02-02 Henderson Building; nodenhome.com  

Teak bench with ‘X’ legs, from Hock Siong & co. (Image: Hock Siong & Co.)
Teak bench with ‘X’ legs, from Hock Siong & co. (Image: Hock Siong & Co.)

6/7 Hock Siong & Co.

Vintage furniture enthusiasts will be familiar with this well-loved local retailer. A long-time favourite turf for many, the family-run furniture store is known for its charming refurbished furniture pieces. Treasure hunting is incredibly fun and rewarding here; expect to find anything and everything from mid-century cabinets to ornamental doorknobs.  

Hock Siong & Co. is located at 153 Kampong Ampat, #01-03 Junjie Industrial Building; hocksiong.com.sg

(Related: Home Tour: A Fifties-Inspired Townhouse With Colourful Accents And Vintage Influences

Classic Danish boomerang desk, from Lorgan's (Image: Lorgan's The Retro Store)
Classic Danish boomerang desk, from Lorgan's (Image: Lorgan's The Retro Store)
Original 1960s Denmark teak papercord stools by Niels O. Möller for J.L. Möller, from Lorgan's (Image: Lorgan's The Retro Store)
Original 1960s Denmark teak papercord stools by Niels O. Möller for J.L. Möller, from Lorgan's (Image: Lorgan's The Retro Store)

7/7 Lorgan’s The Retro Store

Head over to Lorgan’s for timeless, classic pieces. The store offers a cornucopia of vintage pieces, from mid-century Scandi furniture to original pop art and retro decor. Make sure to clear some space in your house before heading down to the store—you’ll definitely want to pick up one or two of their eclectic finds.  

Lorgan’s The Retro Store is located at 160 Paya Lebar Road, #02-07 Orion Building

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