This is where you’ll find the Leather Institute, where you can choose from twelve different types of leather to customise your furniture, each with a distinct characteristic. “We offer advice on what types of leather suits particular chairs and sofas, and which matches best with the consumers lifestyle needs,” explains Bo Wen.
Alongside this there’s an eclectic range of mid-range priced furniture, from the dark, warm and masculine Muse Collection to the light and Scandi-style Fabrica pieces. The nearest MRT stations to HTL are Clarke Quay and Chinatown, and there’s plenty of street parking around (remember to bring your coupons), or multi-storey cash-card spots.
Why not take advantage of being in the area and, once your shopping is done, enjoy some of the food and beverage outlets in Robertson Quay? For example, you could take the family to Mondo Mio (30 Robertson Quay) for its crispy thin-crust pizzas, enjoy brunch at Aussie spot Boomarang (60 Robertson Quay), grab a glass or bottle of wine at Wine Connection (11 Unity Street), or just pick up some quality meat to cook at home from The Butcher (11 Mohamed Sultan Road).