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Three new designer furniture boutiques in Bangkok

From Denmark and Hong Kong to Bangkok. 

By Kasidit Srivilai | Aug 23, 2017

  • Three new designer furniture boutiques in Bangkok
    Republic of Fritz Hansen
 

Republic of Fritz Hansen

Dubbed the world's first "House of Fritz Hansen," this two-story pastel-gray house dating back to the ‘50s is an elegant setting for the Danish furniture design company’s super-premium collaborations. Prepare to splash some serious dosh on the iconic Egg chair in water-buffalo leather at B679,600 or in Raf Simons’ Ria primrose fabric at B484,900. More affordable accessories include the High vase by Spanish artist-designer Jaime Hayon (B8,400). 
14/1 Soi Somkid, 02-015-4164, 090-915-9788. BTS Chit Lom. www.fritzhansen.com
 

Sonder Living 

This Hong Kong-hailing furniture store takes over a vast, plant-life filled warehouse on Rama 9. Expensive and luxuriously tasteful, its collection of brands includes names like South African Kelly Hoppen and Thomas Bina from L.A. Check out Thomas's “Teddy” chair (B74,000) for a slouchy statement in oatmeal canvas, or upgrade your dining room with Hoppen’s black marble Jopling table (B170,000). Everything is 15 percent off till Aug 31, too. 
110 Rama 9 Soi 43, 02-101-0458. www.fb.com/sonderlivingthailand
 

Euro Creations 

Founded in 1996, this importer of exclusive high-end European furniture now has a showroom in the middle of Thonglor. The luxuriously dark-lit, 3,000-sq-meter store is packed with products from renowned names like Cassina and Natuzzi from Italy, Rolf Benz from Germany and Christopher Guy from England. Put your latest bonus towards Cassina’s simply chic Maralunga leather sofa that costs around B900,000, or an industrial-looking dining table from Ralf Benz at B330,630.
119 Sukhumvit Soi 55 (Thonglor), 02-712-9555. www.eurocreations.co.th
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