Expat Living (Singapore) - - Home & Property -

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).

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