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Written by: Beverley Lennon

Whether you are decorating your first home or refreshing your fifth, you will desire something unique to create beautifully adorned rooms. Truth be told, this is sometimes more scary than exciting, and it depends on your experience as well as your budget!

Nothing to worry about since affordable homeware and furniture shopping is available in Bangkok!

This list will help you find the most quirky, artsy and even minimalist items that will turn your house into your forever home; they’ve got everything you are looking for at super reasonable prices!

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1. Let there be vintage light – JRD Lamp (JJ Mall Entrance)

Adding antique and rustic décor to your house has never been more affordable with these lamps from JRD Lamp!

You will also find chandeliers that look straight out of an Addam’s Family scene, as well as old-school metallic fans. These vintage items will look great if you have a house with a quirky charm. They add a good touch of nostalgia to your surroundings, especially if you throw some wood elements in the mix!

But what really gets us gushing over at this shop are their whimsical drawer pulls that come in the most uncommon shapes and colours – flowers, footballs, elephants … basically everything funky to stand out from the usual houses!

JRD Lamp

Address: 588 Kamphaeng Phet 2 Rd, Khwaeng Chatuchak, Khet Chatuchak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10900, Thailand (Parking entrance) (Coordinates here)
Contact: +6686 880 4933
Opening hours: Tue-Sun, 8.30am to 7pm
Price: From 250 Baht / approx. USD $8


2. Salty, wavy beach house items – Nuan Pan (JJ Mall)

Thanks to shops like Nuan Pan; they transport you to the tropics and make you feel like you are living under the sun of Bora-Bora (even if you are living that city life)!

A visit to Nuan Pan is definitely for those of you who prefer some unique beach living.

The items are sure to bring you some ocean breeze with best-sellers like turtle-shaped hangers, starfish taps, exotic towel hangers; to name a few.

All these touched up with some splashes of turquoise here and there, along with some nautical accessories, et voilà… you’ll have your #beachhousegoals fulfilled! It is that easy!

Nuan Pan

Address G313 Fl.G JJMALL Jatujak Plaza Bangkok (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 86 331 9755
Opening hours: Mon-Sun, 10.30am to 6pm
Price: From 200 Baht / approx. USD $6.40


3. Get stylish and affordable homeware just the way you like it – Central World Zen (Departmental Store)

Head straight to Level 7 to discover stylish homeware at Central World Zen Departmental store…

The designs at this department store are elegant and eye-catching… they will make you drool and you won’t come out empty handed…

Between glossy glass items like vases and cups to artificial fruits and other quirky baskets to store your knick knacks – you will find cute stuff for your house!

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The homewares at this departmental store are arranged in colour themes and this makes your life simpler… don’t like dark decorations? Head to the colourful sections to match your tastes!

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Each colour section has its unique set of homewares; you might probably decide to come back the next year when you decide to change your house colour palette!

Photo by VenkataRayala

Central World Zen Departmental Store

Address: 492/1 Rama I Rd, Khwaeng Pathum Wan, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 2 100 9999
Opening hours: Mon-Sun, 10am to 10pm
Price: From 200 Baht / approx.USD $6.40


4. A father to son artistic affair – Kwang Gallery (JJ Mall)

You can’t possibly escape the creative genes when you have an artist as a father…

Kwang Gallery is a father-to-son artistic affair; the father being the artist behind all paintings and the son being the photographer.

They have photographed versions of each painting and these make great additions to your house or simply very unique souvenirs to bring back home for relatives and friends…

You will notice in each piece, a delicate amount of hard work and dedication from the artists – a mixture of pigments and textures that portray the local landscape, scenery and Thai traditions. Looks pretty cool to us.

Kwang Gallery

Address: JJ Mall,Chatuchak S209, Bangkok, Thailand 10900 (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 62 636 9395
Opening hours: Mon-Sun, 10.30am to 6pm
Price: From 20 Baht / approx. USD $0.65


5. THE shop for affordable designer homewares – Central Chidlom (Departmental Store)

If you’re looking for affordable designer homewares, then you should head straight to the departmental store at Central Childom.

Turn your house super trendy with the most mesmerising marble homewares – they even have marble cushions for your couch…

More of a rose gold person? No problem too… from dinnerware to bathroom accessories, everything is covered…

Need to keep the kids busy at the table? Problem solved with those cute plates and cutleries that will seem pretty mesmerising and catchy enough to them!

There are several themes to be discovered at the departmental store and they’ll be updated from time to time. While we were there, all trends were about marble, rose-gold, tropical and even circus details! Talk about an off-beat house!

We simply love the tropical section; drop by and look out for the ones that are attractive to you and those that match your house theme and colour palette!

Central Chidlom Departmental Store

Address: 1027 Ploenchit Road, Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Lumpini, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 2 793 7777
Opening hours: Mon-Sun, 10am to 10pm
Price: From 100 Baht / approx. USD $3.18


6. Living with a quirky off-beat style – Qualy

Qualy is the big-daddy of joyful inventions and we still can’t believe that they even have a cactus shaped dustbin, or even a cherry-shaped one!

They do things the unusual way and believe it or not, each of these crazy items are very purposeful and functional to anyone out there… like these whimsical key holders for instance… they even catch the kids’ attention!

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If you’re a free-spirited person, you are bound to have fun in any Qualy shop – and don’t forget to observe how they turn any usual object into something super creative!


Address: 2194 Charoen Krung Rd, Khwaeng Wat Phraya Krai, Khet Bang Kho Laem, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10120, Thailand (Coordinates here) Warehouse 8, Store number H50-H51
Contact: +66 2108 3402
Opening hours: Mon-Sun, 5pm to 12midnight
Price: From 280 Baht / approx. USD $8.90


7. Get your homeware at your fashion shopping spot – Talad Rot Fai Srinakarin

What is a vintage market if it does not have retro homeware?

Talad Rot Fai Srinakarin hides beautiful pieces from the past; you will find old-school clocks, lamps and an array of antiques to bring a vintage charm to your space.

Note: Most of the vintage homewares are located in the market store area (warehouse section)

You surely won’t get bored strolling around and looking out for unique pieces that might be yours next!

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If you are keen to invest in some long-lasting kitsch furniture, here is where you should consider getting them. Maybe the vintage classic car could be your next bed frame? We’ve certainly got quirky ideas!

Talad Rod Fai Srinakarin

Address: Srinakarin Soi 51, Srinakarin Road | Nong Bon, Prawet,, Bangkok 10250, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 8182 75885
Opening hours: Thu-Sun, 5pm to 1am
Price: From 150 Baht / approx.USD $4.77


8. A journey to the past – Loft Life Bangkok

Loft Life Bangkok is known to be that “i-gotta-look-twice” corner store. It is filled with mystical collectibles and other random items from old houses…

Wanderers rejoice; you will finally be able to put hands on those back-in-time world globes; they are great to collect!

In fact, it is an ultimate place for antique enthusiasts or simply those who desire a voyage back in to the good old days…

Loft Life Bangkok

Address: JJ Plaza Jatujak Bangkok, Thailand 10900 (JJ Plaza Zone B Soi 4 room 76) (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 8566 5917
Opening hours: Tue-Sat, 10am to 5pm
Price: From 500 Baht / approx. USD $16


9. If you like all things small and cute – Miniature Tree

These are cute and trendy additions to create a focal point at small spaces in your house. These miniature trees bring a sense of peace and tranquility to any space!

Get yours customised with any pebbles and artificial succulent and gift them to your friends too!

Miniature Tree

Address: 7 หมู่ 21 แขวงบางระมาด เขตตลิ่งชัน, Bangkok, Thailand 10170 (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 90 936 2942
Price: From 150 Baht / approx. USD $4.80


10. Way much more than just ceramic – Joy & Benz Ceramic (JJ Mall Entrance)

We might have gone a little crazy in this shop; and this is why it deserves the first place! J&B Ceramic has the widest range of affordable kitchen and dinnerware you can imagine.

From wooden platters that serve to turn your basic hamburger into a presentable, gourmet one… (unless you prefer to go a little posh with the marble ceramic platter)

To cocktail shakers and even high-tea tiers and cages! These make great gift ideas too!

We love how easy it is to get the ultimate hip coffee-shop vibes to our homes with their eccentric light bulb glasses… and bronze cutlery?!

But be sure to grab some of what they are famous for … their crockery; you will find them in multiple shapes, colours and textures to match your kitchen colour palette or simply to stand out…. (Ooooh and really cute cupcake stands too!)

Joy & Benz Ceramic

Address: 735 Kamphaeng Phet 2 Rd, Khwaeng Chatuchak, Khet Chatuchak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10900, Thailand (JJ Mall – entrance to parking) (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 96 918 4410
Opening hours: Tue-Sun, 9am to 6pm (Closed on Mondays)
Price: From 20 Baht / approx. USD $0.65


11. For your every DIY glass project – JJ Glass (JJ Mall Entrance)

These glass objects from JJ Glass can be used for subtle visual accents – they are indeed so beautifully made that they are truly versatile if you ask us…

JJ Glass offers an array of glass homewares that make pure and fresh additions to any home! Their works of art come in different popping colours too (in case traditional transparent glass isn’t appealing to you!).

To be fair, mason jars are totally in at the moment (it doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon) and here is where you can grab some of them at super affordable prices! Besides making any beverage more fun to drink, they also serve as a great make-up brushes’ holder (tested and recommended).

You might also consider upcycling these pitchers with some creativity, turn them into vases or candle holders, with sand and seashells at the bottom – be you and do you when it comes to decorating your house! DIY is so much fun!

The liquid feel and transparency of these glass items will instantly add a dreamlike effect to your house.

JJ Glass

Address: F 45 Kamphaeng Phet 2 Rd, Khet Chatuchak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10900, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 2 899 2491
Opening hours: Mon-Sun, 9am to 6pm
Price: From 35 Baht / approx. USD $1.10


12. Look out for that giant chicken bowl! – Tiffindoll (JJ Mall)

This shop is best known for its cute range of wares; where you will find colourful stacks of food containers, utensils and enamel wares.

Their latest additions are eco-wares. Made out of wheat straw material, they come in multiple pastel colours (no harsh colouring added) – they are fully ready to turn your house “green” and sustainable!

While making your way through the shops’ aisles, you will also find more surprisingly useful items that you once thought would be of no use… like special popcorn bowls that serve on fun movie nights at home, as well as stainless steel products!

We can’t stop raving about their miniature deep-fryer baskets that even come in rose gold- these give ultimate American-diners’ feels!

PS: If you’re looking for old-school chicken bowls, they have those here too!


Address: JJ Mall  Floor 2 soi 5 Room S179-180 (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 867637487
Opening hours: Mon-Sun, 10.30am to 6pm
Price: From 30 Baht / approx. USD $0.95


13. For a touch of Moroccan riad – Pienong Benjarong (JJ Mall Entrance)

Looks Moroccan but originates from China and derived from Thai materials. What a combo!

If you do not know, “Benjarong” ware is Thai ceramic porcelain that’s been painted, and it is as pretty as a mosaic piece of art!

These gorgeous pieces are made by local artists who skillfully paint each of them distinctively.

The intricate works at Pienong Benjarong come in the form of teapots, jewelry boxes and other items. They are also available in all sizes and colour mixes, and are certainly great to add that pop of colour and design in your minimalist or bohemian home.

If you like everything Moroccan, you should definitely grab a few of these; look out for different shades of blue and green outlined with shimmering gold for that Mediterranean ambiance…

Adorn your house with rich colours and evoke a warm luxurious style to it!

Pienong Benjarong

Address: JJ Mall G54,56  Khumpheangphet 2 Rd. Ladyao Jatuchak  BKK ,Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 814575033
Opening hours: Mon-Sun, 8.30am tp 7pm
Price: From 650 Baht / approx. USD $20.70


14. For the love of garden gnomes and statues – Full House Design (JJ Mall)

This shop brings us back to our childhood! These little sculptures are great garden-guardians (or door guardians!), and are sure to make your neighbours and passersby look twice.

They come in the form of gnomes, but untraditional ones include dwarf-sized frogs, cute couples, bunnies and even fairies… In fact, it does remind us of Alice in Wonderland!

Full House Design also offers artificial lawn mats for sale – these have been trendy amongst those of us living in apartments, and looking to bring some green on our balcony. They are neat and need very little maintenance!

The shop also sells flower pots and miniature wishing wells. The whole fairy-garden theme is complete with those must-buys.

Let the gnomes sprinkle their magical powers around your garden!

Full House Design

Address: JJ Mall S96-97 (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 2265 9307
Opening hours: Mon-Sun, 10.30am to 6pm
Price: From 45 Baht / approx. USD $1.50


15. Ceramic items for your everyday use – Thai Craft Ceramic

Ceramic business card holder? Check ✓

Ceramic oil burner? Check ✓

Ceramic soap dispenser? Also check ✓

Don’t bother asking them because they’ve really got everything ceramic to adorn every single corner of your house.

The shop originally launched with ceramic spa accessories, so be ready to find all you need for a spa-like bathroom!

We were glad to know that all products made at Thai Craft Ceramic were from local people themselves, originating from Lampang.

You will also find a range of essential oils at the shop for your own aromatherapy session at home!

Thai Craft Ceramic

Address: G226 JJMall 10900 Khwaeng Chatuchak, Khet Chatuchak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10900, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact:  +66 84 019 6784
Opening hours: Mon-Sun, 10.30am to 6pm
Price: From 150 Baht / approx. USD $4.80

16. Simple and chic minimalist lamps – MJ Lamba Design

It surely is undeniable that everything minimalistic is taking over – minimalist designs and décor can be seen around hotels, cafés and much more.

Time to bring this trend to your house with lamps from MJ Lamba design. We consider them simple yet fabulously chic and luxurious…

These lamps completely abide by the “less is more” approach, and that certainly does not mean boring – they create a clutter-free space with the most peaceful and calming vibes you ever wished for.

And if you are keen to add a bit of whimsy, check out their shaped bulbs – they come in the form of stars, heart, pyramid and much more!

MJ Lamba Design

Address: 3, 599 Kamphaeng Phet 2 Rd, Khwaeng Chatuchak, Khet Chatuchak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10900, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 2 618 7988
Opening hours: Mon-Sun, 10.30am to 6pm
Price: From 500 Baht / approx. USD $15.90


17. The market to shop where you can completely redesign your house – Chatuchak Weekend Market (Sections 2-5, 7-10, 15, 17, 19-22, 25)

If you have not read our ultimate guide to conquering Chatuchak Market, well it is never too late!

With items for every age and every taste, Chatuchak Market has dedicated sections for homeware shopping too! (Not surprising because they pretty much have everything at this market!)

Homewares at Chatuchak are funky, artsy and pretty unusual (to say the least). You will find colourful lamps and bulbs – and some serious boho-feels!

Affordable artificial flowers can also be found around the market, vases to keep them in; along with other decorative items that will ultimately revive your home…

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Wide ranges of delicate crafted woodenware are readily available at affordable prices, and candles and diffusers are other must-buys at the market!

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Photo by bumrungsookjatujak, TripCanvas

What really gets us gushing are the crystals and Himalayan salt lamps; these add a mystical and magical ambience to your personal reading/writing corner… inviting little fairies to visit you anytime during the night.

Chatuchak Weekend Market

Address: 587/10 Kamphaeng Phet 2 Rd, Khwaeng Chatuchak, Khet Chatuchak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10900, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 2 272 4813
Opening hours: Saturdays from 6am to 6pm
Price: From 20 Baht / approx. USD $0.65


18. For all things natural, minimalist and bohemian – The Wood’s Tale

Although affordable, The Wood’s tale is not famous for its price, but rather for its all natural products that are environment friendly!

You can expect 100% natural wood derived from sustainable sources!

Besides platters and other wooden arrangements, The Wood’s tale is an ultimate homeware heart stealer with its quirky clocks – they look straight from a high-design brand and are nowhere else to be found at such prices!

The shop has several pop-up stores around; all further information is communicated through their Facebook page, or you can simply direct message them to get to know more!

The Wood’s Tale

Address: 11/8 Srinagarindra Rd. Bang-Na, Bang-Na, Bangkok 10260 (Coordinates here)
Contact: +6683 823 3335
Opening hours: Mon-Sat, 8am to 5pm
Price: From 55 Baht / approx.USD $1.75


19. Affordable fanciness, who could say no! – Coppertone Urban Home

Kind of fancy but don’t we all like fancy when it is affordable?

Copperton Urban Home is one of those shops that look fancy on the outside, and surprises customers with pretty reasonable prices…

The shop has a wide variety of home decor with shimmery gold accents here and there…

From lamps to photo-frames; you will find everything to give style to your new house.

Our crush? The fact that they keep up with the latest interior decoration trends… like those flamingos and tropical printed cushions for instance! Right to the Amazonian forest!

Coppertone Urban Home

Address: Jatujak plaza zone b soi 1 room190-191(Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 818342777
Opening hours: Daily from 11am to 6pm
Price: From 400 Baht / approx. USD $12.80


20. Special Mention: Affordable homeware and furniture then meatballs – IKEA Bang Yai Bangkok

Okay, yes we know, everyone’s been to IKEA back in your home country. BUT the largest Ikea of Southeast Asia is opening in Bangkok in March 2018! We repeat… the LARGEST! Obviously this also means a wider range of products.

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Besides their scrumptious meatballs; look out for their adapted catalogue specifically for Thailand – you definitely won’t be able to get those back at home.

IKEA Bang Yai Bangkok

Address: 109 Soi 17/6 Mu Ban Bang Yai City Center Tambon Sao Thong Hin, Amphoe Bang Yai, Chang Wat Nonthaburi 11140, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 2708 7999
Opening hours: Mon-Sun, 10am to 10pm
Price: From 50 Baht / approx. USD $1.50

Do we have you at affordable homeware shopping in Bangkok?

Which is the first place you’d love to hit up for homewares when in Bangkok? Drop a comment below, we’d love to know!

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