Where To Buy Random Things You Need For Your Home
COVE homes come with everything you need but it never hurts to get everything you want, too. These are our favourite shops for all the knick-knacks, rugs and pillows your heart desires—whether it’s an anime-inspired shelf divider, a minimalist teacup set or plush teddy bear to add to your lovely new home.
Naiise is the shop of choice if you want items that are eccentrically unique Whether it’s a poster of assorted mooncakes, a set of cherry-shaped measuring spoons or a panda as a cheese grater, just dropping by for some window shopping is guaranteed to perk you up.
Take that jar of change with you and go on a shopping spree at Daiso, our guilty pleasure for any and every random thing a person could possibly own. Whether it’s a two-dollar set of Japanese sake cups or the largest hairbrush you’ve ever seen , Daiso quite literally breaks the boundaries of the imagination in what one can procure with small change.
If there’s something you desperately need but can’t find anywhere else, Miniso has it. Stocking neck-cushions in every imaginable shape and size, magnetic clips for your phone, and reusable cups for any type of liquid, Miniso has everything you need to make your life just a tiny bit more convenient. We also recommend checking out their accessories section for cute caps and bags.
For high-quality, classic items, Muji is the shop of choice for the budding minimalist. The theme of simplicity and utility runs throughout the philosophy of the brand, and it’s reflected in the incredible detail paid to the production of every single item. Whether it’s the softest towels you’ll ever have the fortune of touching, or kitchenware that can last a decade, Muji will serve up best products you can find anywhere.
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