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10 Best Places To Shop for Hari Raya Decorations
As we all know, Hari Raya is just around the corner, and it’s that time of the year when we want our homes to sparkle for the festive holiday. After cleaning every nook and corner of the house, next is the décor.
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However, if your decorations could use a bit of updating, don't fret; here we have come up with a list of 10 shops to purchase festive decorative items and accessories no matter your style or budget. Whether you prefer traditional décor or something more modern, we guarantee you'll find something that will bring in the festive vibe and cheer up your space this Hari Raya!
1. Kedai Bikin | @kedaibikin
If you are looking to recreate the kampong vibe in your home this Hari Raya, Kedai Bikin is our go-to. Kedai Bikin is a local brand that compiles tons and tons of local artisans and antiques that you would normally find in a kampong environment such as vintage tempayan, tembaga vases, antique drinkware and tudung saji. Kedai Bikin also offers traditional furniture designed with a modern twist - a remake of classic ’50s and ’60s Granddaddy Lounger and string chairs.
2. IKEA | @ikeamalaysia
IKEA is a one-stop shop for many, and Hari Raya decorations are no exception. You can create a stunning Raya-theme table setting with their minimalist white table cloth, gold serving tray, pastel-coloured plates, glasses and more. IKEA also has an impressive selection of lighting options such as tea light holders, lanterns and LED lighting chains to brighten up your home this Hari Raya so if you haven’t browsed their online shop or head to one of their stores yet, you should definitely make a trip to IKEA soon!
3. SSF Home | @ssfmyofficial
With a total of 34 showrooms across Malaysia, SSF Home is a one-stop store where you can find nearly anything you need to decorate your home for this upcoming Hari Raya. If you're in the market for new curtains, artificial flowers, table lamps or throw pillows, you'll surely find them here. Besides the seasonal home decor, SFF Home also sells furniture such as a bed frames, sofas, dining table sets at discounted prices, so if you are looking for big-ticket items to spruce up your home this Hari Raya, this is a good place to start.
4. Limited Home | @limitedhome
If your home decor style leans more towards traditional-looking items made of rattan, you can find everything you need at Limited Home. Here you will be able to purchase rattan stools, trays, baskets, swing chairs and peacock chairs, which will be a perfect addition to your home for this Hari Raya. They also sell items you definitely won't find in stores such as hand made mengkuang mats and rattan tudung saji.
5. Maison Leaf | @maisonleaf
Maison Leaf is one of our favourites lesser-known gems to buy unique home decor pieces to prep your home for this upcoming Hari Raya. Here, you’ll find gorgeous home pieces such as tablecloths, rugs, table runners and wall arts that will lend a stylish vibe to your space.
6. Lifewarehouse | @lifewarehousemy
If you're on the hunt for whimsical Hari Raya decor no one else will have, you've come to the right place. At Life Warehouse Malaysia, you will find unique, carefully curated, beautiful yet practical objects such as Ramadhan-inspired string lights, lantern candle holders, cushion covers, eco-friendly plates, stylish floor mats and wall tapestries that will add a unique touch to your home.
7. Eastwood Living | @eastwoodliving.my
Whether you’re looking for statement wall arts or gold plated display stands to add some sparkle to your dining table this Hari Raya, Eastwood Living is full of incredible finds! This online retail store offers a wide selection of attractive-looking decorative items as well as furniture pieces to suit various design styles, from Modern to Minimalist.
8. Sarang Home Decor | @saranghomedecor
Sarang Home Decor is not only a must-shop for affordable home decor and gifts, but also inexpensive Hari Raya decor items. For example, their eye-catching Eid-inspired canisters, plates and dishes will lend your dining room a glam vibe this Hari Raya.
9. Poqoqpokok | @poqoqpokok
Looking to add a pop of colour to your home? You can find a wide selection of artificial plants at Poqoqpokok. Besides artificial plants, Poqoqpokok is also a great place to purchase cute and colourful snack trays, wood tray sets, flowerpots and vases to spruce up your home this Hari Raya.
10. Neenor Home | @neenor.home
If you are looking for decorative pieces to transform your bare walls, we strongly recommend browsing the Neenor Home online store. Here, you’ll be able to find decorative tiles or standee with a beautiful Islamic message of love and peace. Besides wall arts and standee, you can also purchase scented glass candles, designed with beautiful khat calligraphy made by a local artist.
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