Furniture, customised. For real.
We're not your average furniture slingers – we're the architects of vibes, the curators of cool. With over a decade of experience, we've been jazzing up Singapore's furniture scene, offering bespoke furniture with an array of over 900 designs to choose from.
However, the real magic goes down in our interior styling swagger. We're not just about placing furniture in a room; we're about transforming spaces into pure poetry. Customisation is our jam, and let's be real – it's more than just a fancy word. We're all about turning your space into a finger-snapping, jaw-dropping masterpiece. We'll even show you a sneak peek with our 3D rendering before you commit.
So, if your place needs an infusion of 'heck yeah,' join us at etch&bolts. We're not mere furniture aficionados – we're your partners in crafting a space as unique as your wicked dance moves. Welcome to etch&bolts, where furniture isn't just an object – it's an attitude, a lifestyle, and a whole lot of funky awesomeness.
Designed to Last.
It's a shame when things start falling apart, so we design furniture that lasts for a long time. Solid wood, natural marble, granite, quartz - these are just a few examples of the premium materials that go into making our furniture pieces. We certainly aren’t the cheapest in town, but we can assure you that for the quality work that we put out, our prices are highly competitive, and we make full use of every penny that goes into making our furniture.
Founded in 2014, etch&bolts first opened its doors at Keong Saik Road. Conditions were far from ideal; we were a small shophouse unit with poor ventilation and only one sofa set on display! Since then, we’ve made some significant upgrades; our current studio located at 135 Joo Seng Road is just over 6,000 square feet and has plenty of space to showcase all our finest work!
We are a Singaporean company and proud to proclaim it every chance we can.
Our aim is to provide quality, design-focused custom-made furniture without
any unfair markups or gimmicks, ensuring that you no longer get the
shorter end of the stick.