Retail in Asia


Spain’s Kave Home makes its way to Southeast Asia

Founded online in 2013, Spanish furniture brand Kave Home launched its first physical store only in 2019. Growing rapidly in 2022, the brand has since opened more than 80 stores across Europe, Africa, Australia, Korea, and South America, this month coming to Southeast Asia with a flagship store in Singapore.

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In partnership with Singapore’s Nook & Cranny, Kave Home has unveiled an 8,000-square-foot outlet in Raffles City, with offerings at a wide range of price points. With the opening, Kave Home aims to position itself as a one-stop shop for European furniture and decor, including modular pieces for small homes.

Source: Kave Home

The company has said it is “on a growth trajectory” with ambitions to open more than 60 physical stores around the world and turn over at least 200 million euros in 2023.

Southeast Asia is an important growth market for Kave Home. 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,” said chief executive officer Francesc Julià Ametller.

He added: “The collaboration with Nook & Cranny will allow us to leverage 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.”

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In addition to the physical retail space, Kave Home has launched an online shopping portal in Singapore.