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At Elements by Home-Fix's newly set up Paint Bar, an on-site consultant not only offers colour suggestions but is able to simulate a rendering of how the colours will look in the home.
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EXCLUSIVE ITEMS Ecoya, an eco-luxe fragrance and bodycare company from Australia, prides itself on its range of candles which are crafted from soy wax derived from soybeans sourced from sustainable plantations.
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EXCLUSIVE ITEMS Otto fan by Stadler Form. The Swiss company's aim is to develop functional yet aesthetically pleasing appliances.
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EXCLUSIVE ITEMS Roichen is a range of cookware from Korea. Its heavy-duty pots have a special ceramic coating that is able to withstand high temperatures
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FRESHER, TRENDIER Courts' new furniture range is grouped into three styles. Funk (above) is all about fun, colour and accent pieces.
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FRESHER, TRENDIER Courts' new furniture range is grouped into three styles. With its simple clean lines Urban (above) is able to achieve a tasteful, modern look.
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FRESHER, TRENDIER Courts' new furniture range is grouped into three styles. Classic (above) has an English, country feel to it

Home Improvement

Two well-known retailers in Singapore are adding new product lines and services to stay ahead of the competition.
Oct 18, 2014 5:50 AM

Redefining the DIY concept

Home-Fix

FOR slightly over two decades, Home-Fix prided itself as the place to go to for anything DIY-related.

Now on its 21st anniversary, and to mark its coming of age, Home-Fix has introduced a suite of DIFY -