6 places to buy furniture in Bangkok

Eames chair

Find the perfect furniture for your home at one of these Bangkok’s shops. 

If you are considering upgrading your furniture or are new to Bangkok, you may be wondering where the best place is to go to buy new furniture. There are different options throughout the city dependent on your style and budget. We have selected a few different options for your quest to bring some style into your home.

1. Chatuchak Weekend Market.

If you are looking for anything in Bangkok it is highly likely that someone will suggested heading to Chatuchak Weekend Market in the north of the city. Brimming with countless items for sale head to Chatuchak Plaza next to JJ Mall which is dedicated entirely to furniture. If you are looking for something custom made or want a copy made of something you love, then this is the place to head. This section is open throughout the week with the added bonus of the shops being air conditioned too. Here you will find replica Eames chairs, outdoor furniture, contemporary styles and even a few shops filled with beautiful pieces from China. This makes a great starting point for anyone not knowing what they are looking for and fancy a bit of window shopping to get some inspiration. 

2. Yesterday Once Again.

If you don’t fancy the trip out to Chatuchak in the search for Chinese antiques head to Yesterday Once Again on Rama IV. The choice here is endless and includes reproductions too. They can tailor furniture to your exact needs and will keep you informed of the next shipment to arrive if there is something particular you are looking for such as a Chinese medicine cabinet, a sideboard adorned with original artwork or some bedside tables.

3. Siam Discovery.

Many of the department stores and shopping centres have furniture for sale. But Siam Discovery have made it easy for you by dedicating each floor to one particular theme. Here you will find the British brand Habitat known for its contemporary and chic style, Denmark’s Hays known for its Scandinavian design not to mention countless homegrown talent who showcase some of the country’s most exciting artwork, crockery and soft furnishings. 

4. Casa Pagoda.

With a few outlets throughout the city, Casa Pagoda mixes luxury, with modern and glam all in one go. With statement velvet sofas and chairs to some beautiful table decorations, this is the place to head to if you are wanting to create a unique look that it a far cry from the standard backdrop of plain whites and creams. 

5. Ikea and Index Living Mall.

If prefer a modern look with a more affordable price tag head to Ikea or Index Living Mall. Both are teeming with different looks and designs with a high street price tag. The beauty of both of these brand names is that if you are working on a budget you can easily mix with more expensive pieces of furniture from other stores if you are scared of replicating a look found in many homes across the city. 

6. Hawaii Five-0.

If retro is your game then this is the place for you. Hawaii Five-0 does some beautiful pieces reminiscent of times gone by. Whether you are looking for a sideboard, table, chair of sofa from the 1950s, 60s or 70s, Hawaii Five-0 will be able to reproduce your dream in a solid teak wood leaving you to pick the upholstery colour to match with your existing scheme. 

These are just a handful of the places you can go furniture shopping. Interior design fairs are also a great place to get a snapshot of some local designers that will replicate furniture from almost any era. Or hit Facebook and Instagram to search for more ideas.