Of the many eclectic and home brewed businesses lining Haji Lane, we draw your attention to one such establishment, A Thousand Tales, for its cool urban theme.

A unique multi-concept store set inside a well renovated shophouse, the premise boasts not only tasteful furniture and art pieces, but also a cafe and bar on its top floor when you need to a liquid escape from Singapore’s sweltering heat and humidity.

The lovely café is furnished with the gallery’s own designer pieces and the bar boasts over one hundred cocktails, which are personalized to the individual taste of the drinker. Grab yourself a sandwich, burger or salad while stuffing your new apartment with designer furniture and original art!

You’ll also find art pieces by Japanese Artist Sumio Suzuki, and new furniture inspired by mid-century Scandinavian lines. Alongside Suzuki’s work, you can spot trendy poster prints by Brit Steve Lawler aka Mojoko.

And why the name A Thousand Tales? Apparently whenever the owners voyage beyond the shores of Singapore, thery have the tendency to always bring back something of interest from the numerous travels. These curios contribute to the flavor of the store’s collection, as well as provide inspiration for the creation of new pieces.

The high-quality fabrics used for the furniture are sourced and spotted from their world travels. Upon request, the store can tailor make pieces to harmonize with their customers’ existing living space, as it specialises in bespoke designs.

This type of concept-store is a rare find in Singapore and definitely worth a visit, if not for the furniture, then maybe a cocktail can lure you?