Highlights of the Week: 30 April 2019

Be in the know on news and updates on interior design, architecture, and anything home and living

Updated on May 10, 2019 8:05 am

Cromly Editor


These are some of the news you should know this week:

1. COURTS opens store in Eastpoint Mall

Residents of the East, here's another reason to never leave your area to shop for home furniture and essentials! COURTS has opened a store at Eastpoint Mall.

You can now shop easily for new home appliances because it has a dedicated spot for small home appliances right outside the main area of the store. The store has a wide range of personal care items as well as kitchen appliances—clearly labelled and placed in easy-to-reach displays. Washers, fridges, and air-conditioners are available in-store, with a wide range to cater to all family usage needs. Aside from appliances, you can also find gadgets such as phones, laptops, and other devices that you need for your home.

You can also browse through different styles that fit your home with its diverse furniture and beddings. COURTS’ latest made-to-order and ready-stock models of sofas, dining tables and chairs, wardrobes, coffee tables, and accessories are showcased, carefully chosen to cater to both evergreen and seasonal trends. Curated furniture sets allow customers to visualise and experience their desired model within a furnished home setting, offering visual inspiration, and showcasing complementary products. As Singapore’s largest bedding retailer, COURTS offers a selection at Eastpoint from multiple leading brands, bringing a host of customisable options to suit every sleeper’s preferred mattress firmness, material and size.

Complete your shopping experience with their cashless and e-payment options such as via QR codes and mobile banking apps. If you are too busy to go out, don’t fret because you can pick up your online purchases at the new "Click and Collect" counter, an increasingly common feature at COURTS stores.

COURTS Eastpoint brings over 15,000 square feet of an extensive range and affordable value to residents in the East, following store transformations in the central and north of Singapore at the Ang Mo Kio and Causeway Point outlets.

2. MUJI Singapore marks 16th year with the opening of MUJI Jewel

Located on the second floor of Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore’s first MUJI duplex store houses over 4,000 MUJI merchandise as well as a beautifully decorated 80-seater Café&Meal across 1,300 sqm of space. Browse through their extensive range of apparels, furniture, kitchen wares, toiletries, stationery, and food items that will suit your fast-paced lifestyle.

Designed by Super Potato, a renowned design company based in Tokyo, the interior features a mixture of contemporary and local traditional elements. Satiate your minimalist heart with its wood, steel, and earth furnishings that offer a unique touch and texture in the store.

The store opening was graced by the Managing Director of MUJI Singapore, Mr. Naoki Kadoike, and the Creative Director, founding member of MUJI Brand and MUJI Concept and original copywriter behind MUJI’s earliest advertisements, Ms Kazuko Koike.

3. Resorts World Sentosa brings Japan to Singapore

This June, Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) brings the joy and treasures of Japan to the shores of Singapore with its first-ever RWS Summer Matsuri! For four days from 6 to 9 June 2019, guests will join in the revelry of food, drinks, movies, and cultural performances, enjoying a slice of the exciting offerings from the iconic Furusato Matsuri, an annual Tokyo festival that draws throngs of locals and tourists.

Enjoy quality time with your kids at RWS Summer Matsuri. Treat your family to Japanese delights including over 38 different types of food where you can savour award-winning donburis, enjoy an exciting lineup of food and culture from six regions and nine prefectures in Japan as well as toast with one another with over 55 types of sake, wine, spirits, and beer.

Featuring award-winning donburis from Furusato Matsuri’s National Donburi Championship, delicious grilled seafood from Hokkaido and desserts will be brought to Singapore for the first time. Chill out with refreshing sake and delicious snacks especially imported from Japan as you settle down to enjoy the Tokyo Koenji Awa-Odori Dance and Akita Kanto performances as well as free movie screenings.


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