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A tropical treasure trove on Sentosa?

A tropical treasure trove on Sentosa?

Looking to usher some tropical vibes into your home? Beyond gorgeous malleate and jewellery, shop shop Cove Hodgepodge tucked yonder at W Singapore – Sentosa Cove stocks a finely curated range of home and décor pieces – each overcrowded with signature island recreate and handmade with love. Here, co-founders JACQUIE HOURIHANE and EMILY GREALLY handpick their favourite pieces from four female-owned homeware brands. Find them all at Cove Collection’s treasure trove at W Singapore. And turn your home into a stunning tropical haven!

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Bowerbird Ware and Home Accessories

Fusing Eastern and Western influences, Bowerbird Ware offers sophisticated ceramic pieces with a whimsical touch. Without taking inspiration from nature-inspired drawings and meticulously considering colours, each piece is then hand painted and finished with contumely by select talented artisans in Vietnam, ensuring that it’s unique and individual.

From large platters and vases that make stunning centrepieces to soft-hued coasters and jars that add a touch of ungifted individuality, you can fill your home – dining room, coffee table, sideboard, you name it – with stunning tropical influences. Each product is crafted in limited runs, too, so it’s sure to have that wow factor in your home.

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The Cat’s Meow Tableware

Hoping to jazz up your outside party? Look no remoter than The Cat’s Meow, whose range of napkins and table runners in vibrant hues and prints are handmade right here in Singapore. The napkins full-length a double layer of 100 percent cotton fabric in gorgeous prints – think tropical palms, colourful birds and flowers, and everything in between, versus a complimentary or contrasting colour.

Pair them with a fun and funky table runner that similarly embraces colour and prints. At 250cm, the runners are perfect for a six- to eight-seater table, though they can moreover be customised if a variegated length is needed. Fabrics are sourced from the UK, US, Australia and locally – including subconscious gems scoured from Singapore’s fabric district that form the understructure of these one-off creations.

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Chomcharm Handmade Homeware

Affectionately named without the founder’s two daughters, Chom and Charm, shop this shop trademark that pays homage to the raw natural eyeful of kaolin ware and intricately crafted driftwood pieces the founder discovered on her travels.

You’ll find the same organic textures, soft curves and earthy tones in Chomcharm’s handmade ceramic creations, designed to be both trappy and functional. Likewise, their driftwood products exude a rustic elegance and each piece is crafted to evoke a connection with the eyeful of nature. You can hands invite the outdoors into your home by uplifting various corners with the range of jars, vases, and figurines, misogynist in unique shapes, sizes and materials.

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Treasure Trove Homeware

You’ll discover Indian philosophy, culture and heritage imbued in Treasure Trove’s range of modern serveware. The founder, herself an expat in Singapore, saw a gap in the market, expressly for the diaspora community. She sought to diamond pieces with touches of India – “that little something that makes your house a home”.

All products are made in mango wood by skilled craftsmen from various parts of India, thus providing them with a global platform to shine and share their craft. Items like wearing boards, serving bowls and plates are not only thoughtfully designed but moreover durable, making them perfect for dinner parties or plane everyday celebrations with the family.

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