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Kave Home opens first SE Asian flagship, in Singapore

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Kave Home, a Spanish furniture manufacturer, has opened its first Southeast Asian flagship shop in Singapore, in collaboration with local distributor Nook & Cranny.

Kave Home intends the store to be an “all-in-one” stop for anything furniture-related, delivering well-designed furniture and accessories with a Spanish, European, or contemporary flair.

The store, which is located in Raffles City, has an open 8000sqft footprint, showcasing furniture and decorations at prices to suit any budget.

The brand has also introduced an online platform for Singapore, which contains more than 4000 SKUs across multiple categories, tailored to local consumers’ requirements and tastes.

“The opening of our first flagship store in Singapore is an important milestone in our growth strategy,” said CEO Francesc Julià Ametller.

“As the hub for the region, Singapore will boost our brand presence in this region, and strengthen our position as a global leader in furniture, design, and decoration solutions. The collaboration with Nook & Cranny will allow us to use their experience and consumer insights in the home and furnishing industry in Singapore and the region to offer products that meet customer demand which will help us further accelerate market penetration.” 

Kave Home, which was founded online in 2013, opened its first physical store in Spain in 2019. Since then, it has expanded its global presence to over 80 outlets in Europe, Africa, Australia, Korea, New Caledonia, and South America. Last year, Kave Home launched 42 new physical locations in 13 countries, bolstered by high internet orders.

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