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[The List]: Furniture Shops in Shanghai

HAY [venue:13140] Located in an old bank and is three times bigger than Hay's first shop on Taikang Lu. HAY's Jing'an store not only has more sofas, chairs, and rug options, but also have a Minima...
2020-02-01 12:00:00


135 Yanping Lu, near Wuding Lu View ListingTaxi Printout

Located in an old bank and is three times bigger than Hay's first shop on Taikang Lu. HAY's Jing'an store not only has more sofas, chairs, and rug options, but also have a Minimarket -- a pop-up shop that they've been running worldwide which collects stationaries, cookwares, and bathroom accessories from HAY and other retailers from Germany and Japan.

If you are on that noble hunt for stylish yet minimal furniture, home accessories, and stationeries, and wouldn't bat a eyelash at dropping a few thousand kuai to attain them, HAY is a pretty cool place to stop by.


668 Huai'an Lu, near Puji Lu View ListingTaxi Printout

Also hailing from Danmark, Paustian is a high-end furniture distributor established in 1965. They worked with multiple furniture manufacturers and brands including Vitra, Arteks, and HAY. So yeah, quite Scandinavian-focused. They have a pretty big office and showroom in Anken Green, where they display decent selections of chairs, sofas and workspace furniture.

Belgium furniture brand Ethnicraft is located right next to it, although relatively smaller and limited in terms of what's on display you might want to check that altogether as well.

Design Republic

511 Jiangning Lu, near Kanding Lu View ListingTaxi Printout

Designer Furniture store, supplying to those who understand and can afford well known designer pieces and design classics for their home.

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Indigo Living

187 Anfu Lu, near Wulumuqi Lu View ListingTaxi Printout

Modern and upscale furniture shop on Anfu Lu, it offers extensive products from larger pieces furniture to small items like home accents or wedding gifts, mostly have upbeat and eclectic color and design. The building has three floors, each features home furnishings and accessories in different themes or collections, including a kid's area on the third floor.

Indigo Living also provides custom design and furniture rental services, they have offices in other major cities like Hong Kong and Dubai as well, you can visit their website for more info.

Casa Pagoda

Tianzifang, 13-17 Taikang Lu, near... View ListingTaxi Printout

Like shopping in an oversized living room, Casa Pagoda offers an eclectic array of goods that don't fit neatly into one overall style. The shop is run by a husband and wife team who travel and shop together, gradually building a culturally mixed collection.

Their taste encompasses: artificially distressed vintage-look couches, tables, and armoirs; Union Jack tote bags and wall hangings; zebra print wing chairs; hand-blown glass vases, and lots of retro knick-knacks like decoupage ashtrays.


405 Julu Lu, near Shanxi Nan Lu View ListingTaxi Printout

Covered with graffiti, this three-storied building on Julu Lu is really easty to spot. It comprises showrooms and cafe areas, very popular especially among local fashionable ladies. The first floor displays a range of vintage to industrial-style homewares, decorations -- and paintings, "much of the iron and steel we re-craft is rescued from abandoned factories and vintage machinery" as they describe themselves.

The place connects a greenhouse surrounded by lush green foliage, a really relaxing place to enjoy some cafe and tea. Go upstairs, it turns into a dim-lit, nordic style restaurant with a nice view. The showroom on the same floor features more modern design -- R.G.F partnered with Normann Copenhagen for both furniture and brunch menu. You can check their website to see what they offer.

Pusu (璞素艺术空间)

2/F, 169 Jinxian Lu, near Maoming... View ListingTaxi Printout

Sits right in front of Porcellino, Guangzhou brand Pusu operates a quiet and serene shop displays neo-Chinese style furniture and traditional artworks from local caligraphy, silverware or sculpture artists.

The majority of the products here are made of quality woods such as zelkova and burma padauk. The company also offers interior design service and plans to expand their shop on Shanxi Nan Lu in a few months.


116 Nanchang Lu, near Yandang Lu View ListingTaxi Printout

As their name suggested, Lost & Found takes inspiration from abandoned, or neglected furniture in our daily life, and try to give warmth to them. Their products are mostly made of solid wood, tin, or cowhide, have a simple and low-key feel.

Here, design is heavily influenced by Japanese and Nordic minimalism style, a chair would cost from slightly above 1,000 to a couple of thousand. They host exhibitions of Japanese designers regularly, and some of their craftworks can be purchased inside of the store. Lost & Found also have showrooms in Beijing and Wuxi, you can visit their website for more info.