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10 Home Design Stores in Malaysia for your Home Makeover

I love designer furniture and decor stores such as Temple and Webster, Pottery Barn and Anthropologie but these are based in Australia and in the US. Where can you get designer furniture and decor in Malaysia?

Here are a few worth checking out for your next home makeover:

They claim to be the most comprehensive Designer Furniture, Designer Chair, Designer Lighting online store in Malaysia & Singapore.


dsignhaus is a publishing house for contemporary trends in design, with focus on Lighting, Modern Design Furniture, Modern Design Chairs, Home Deco, Arts, Gifts, Fun, Creative products.


D'Touch Living Concept specializes in supplying modern contemporary furniture, lighting and garden furniture, with the focus on great design, fantastic quality, and value for money.

Heartifacts by Heartpatrick does one-of-a-kind furniture and decorative items. Their products are made mainly from restored recycled material. Due to the fact that they use restored recyclable material, the products may also vary in terms of design and the final dimension. 


Delima Home not only offers big furniture. They also sell bath, kitchen, living and garden accessories which are affordable.


GUDANG was originally founded by architects and designers and is now run by individuals with a passion for design and craftsmanship. Gudang showcases imported furniture designed by renown international designers. With the Gudang Home range of furniture, they offer exciting choices for the contemporary home. All pieces are made with the best craftsmanship using the finest timbers and materials available.


Founded in 2008 by Vivien Ng, Urban Edge captures the hearts of the urban crowd with its wide and varied collection of contemporary furniture. It has always been the company’s core passion to offer a competitively-priced alternative to a broad range of European designs. With a line-up of high-quality, well-crafted and modern products, Urban Edge provides the complete solution for the modern home.


Neiviv is the answer to the burgeoning demands for unique Asian designs in furnishing since its establishment in 2010. From the works of up-and-coming talents to renowned artists, Neiviv brings together some of the most inspirational designers of avant-garde furniture from all over the region and provides the ideal platform to showcase their creations at its trendy showroom located at the upmarket The Gardens mall.


Joy is a Malaysian-based furniture retailer and supplier. Dedicated to deliver good designs at affordable prices.

Their collection range mixes from mid-century to contemporary and minimalist.




  1. This looks like a good concept store for christmas shopping. Thanks for sharing!

  2. These pieces are so pretty. It gives out a minimal yet modern look which seems to be in trend nowadays. It sure will make the room look really nice

  3. lovely and special design!!! especially the chair design!!

  4. great tips and it looks like a good place for shopping. thanks for the info

  5. Wow. But I want my home look more spacious and less furniture because I cannot stand with all the dusts.

  6. Thanks for the tips! I need a home makeover..

  7. these days, prefer to look at recycled items to be reused as other form of tools like tables and cabinets.

  8. Thanks for sharing. It's nice. I wish my furniture more into sophisticated style as well.

  9. nice furniture. time for my house to change to new one! :D

  10. never thought so many furniture shop!
    i going to shop more for my future home!

  11. didnt realise that malaysia has so many home design stores out there. Great for those who want something better for home!

  12. I like nest nordic its very minimalist and the color is very soothing to the eyes.

  13. Oh gosh this is soooo awesome... only set back is wish I had a fatter pocket or bigger bank acct......

  14. The home design pieces was so pretty! Gonna save some of the tips for my future home design =D

  15. These type of post always unleash my creative part inside of me. Can't wait to have my own house. :D

  16. Awesome list. Thanks for compiling it. This would certainly come in useful when I have my own place.

  17. all the design are simple and exquisite, like ti!

  18. very helpful info :) like many of the designs :)
    cheers, siennylovesdrawing

  19. Thanks for the sharing, will bookmark this for my online shopping reference, I love designer furniture too :)

  20. Look at those interesting home ensembles. Very unique pieces would look good for my new home.

  21. This is way too cool! Its really tempting me to design my own furnitures <3

  22. clean and beautiful. Good sharing here! is it time for me to revamp my home furnitures? :D

  23. Cool! These are super handy! Love it! Best for the New Year! New furniture! New decorations hehehe


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