• Top 8 Furniture Stores in Ho Chi Minh City

    Posted on Leave a comment

    Do you plan to buy property in Vietnam?
    Click here to get in touch with an experienced agent

    Vietnam might be a big producer of furniture, but foreign property buyers often spend much time trying to find stores for the furnishing of apartments.

    While IKEA has sourcing operations in the country, it doesn’t have any retail stores here yet. This leaves many foreign property investors with the only option to visit multiple furniture stores.

    Of course, some people seek more premium and unique products than IKEA too.

    In this article, I list some of the top furniture stores in Ho Chi Minh City. Worth mentioning is that many of the brands have stores in Hanoi as well.

    1. BoConcept

    BoConcept is a Danish brand providing modern furniture with a Scandinavian design and minimalist features.

    Contrary to Vietnamese furniture that is often heavy and in dark wood, these pieces of Danish furniture come in bright colors and with a unique design.

    Perhaps you already know that Denmark is renowned for excelling in the design and production of furniture, a reason why many Danish relocate to work or set up businesses in Vietnam.

    The company was founded as early as 1952 and has established a strong brand presence in Vietnam. It has almost 300 stores in more than 60 countries, which speaks for itself.

    BoConcept produces furniture in the higher price segment and sofas can cost more than VND 150 million (USD 6,500). It’s a lifestyle and premium brand that caters to upper-middle-class and wealthier buyers.

    Products

    The company has a wide assortment of products, including:

    • Tables
    • Sofas
    • Chairs
    • Storage
    • Beds
    • Accessories
    • Outdoor furniture
    • Rooms

    Location

    128A- 128C Hai Ba Trung, Da Kao Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

    2. Casa Nhà

    Casa Nhà is a comparatively new brand that opened its first factory showroom in Binh Duong in 2012. In 2017, Casa Nhà opened its first retail store in District 2, offering indoor furniture.

    The company works with solid wood products and produces products in the medium to the high segment. The same as for BoConcept, they focus on a Scandinavian, minimalist design and also European styles in general.

    Casa Nhà provides five different brands, including Sketch, Carbono, Baobab Collection, Mai Home, and Opinel. To get a better overview, I recommend you visit their website and to know more about the products.

    Products

    Examples of products made by Casa Nhà include:

    • Sofas
    • Coffee Tables
    • TV Stands
    • Armchairs
    • Dining Tables
    • Chairs
    • Beds
    • Desks
    • Storages

    Location

    61 Hanoi Highway, Thao Dien, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City

    3. MUJI

    MUJI is a well-known Japanese brand that was established in 1980. The brand currently has 1000 stores globally, having more than 7,000 products, including clothing, home appliances, food, and furniture.

    MUJI has a significantly high rating and focuses on “resource-saving activities”, “low prices”, “simplicity”, “anonymity”, and to be a “nature-oriented” business.

    Thanks to its clean and minimalist design, resembling Scandinavian furniture, MUJI has become one of the most popular furniture brands in Vietnam. Some products are not available in the pop-up store, but you can also order furniture online.

    Products

    MUJI provides a wide range of products, including:

    • Home Textile Products
    • Furniture
    • Home Electrics
    • Household Appliances
    • Clothing
    • Healthcare and Beauty

    Location

    Parkson Saigontourist Plaza, No. 35 Bis – 45 Le Thanh Ton Street, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

    4. Nha Xinh Furniture

    Nha Xinh is a local furniture brand that was established in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City in 1999.

    Since its inception, the company has grown rapidly and is currently one of Asia’s leading high-quality furniture manufacturing and construction groups.

    Nha Xinh offers furniture of high quality and 70% of the assortment is designed and produced in-house. The products are in the premium segment and some of the beds cost up to VND 100 million (USD 4,300).

    Products

    • Beds
    • Tables
    • Chairs
    • Accessories
    • Outdoor Furniture
    • Interior Design
    • Others

    Location

    The company has four stores in Ho Chi Minh City (District 1, 2, 3, and 7) and four in Hanoi. For detailed information, I recommend you visit their website directly.

    5. AConcept Vietnam

    AConcept is a leading furniture brand in Vietnam, having 13 stores in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi.

    The brand produces furniture in a Scandinavian style and focuses on functionalism, aestheticism, sustainability, and minimalism in an urban lifestyle.

    Originally from Sweden, I can definitely say that AConcept is one of my favorite stores that provide a wide range of products for people that like light and modern furniture.

    It’s convenient to browse their products online as you can download their product catalog.

    Products

    • Sofas
    • Tables
    • Chairs
    • Beds
    • Storage
    • Accessories

    Location

    One store at Nguyen Van Huong (Thao Dien, District 2, HCM) and one at Thuy Khue Furniture Center (Tay Ho, Hanoi)

    6. Baya

    Baya opened its first store in 2016 and has grown quickly since, currently having more than 15 stores. The company has more than 5,000 products and aims to become the leading furnishing brand in Vietnam.

    Baya offers lower product prices compared to the above-mentioned stores but offers superior shipping and quality services.

    You can enjoy free deliveries, point accumulations through their app, a 3-day exchange, and a 1-year warranty of all the products.

    Products

    Baya sells products for:

    • Living Rooms
    • Dining Rooms
    • Bed Rooms
    • Office Rooms
    • Outdoor Usage
    • Bathrooms
    • Children’s Rooms

    Location

    As mentioned, Baya has more than 15 stores nationwide. The main store in Ho Chi Minh City is located at 61 Hanoi Highway, Thao Dien, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City 820000

    7. Decosy

    Decosy has more than 20 years of experience designing and manufacturing furniture in Vietnam. Since its establishment, the brand has become one of the most popular and offers around 5,000 products.

    The products are stylish and simple, for both indoor and outdoor usage. In addition to regular furniture, they also offer custom-made furniture, craftsmanship, and valuable advice for product care.

    Decosy is conveniently located on Xuan Thuy, Thao Dien (D2), and is a top choice among local residents.

    Products

    • Sofas & Armchairs
    • Shelves & Shelving units
    • Bars & Counters
    • Bookcases
    • TV Stands & Units
    • Beds
    • Bedside tables
    • Mattresses
    • Others

    Location

    112 Xuan Thuy, Thao Dien, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City

    8. Index Living Mall

    Index Living Mall was originally established in Thailand in 2003 and has expanded to Vietnam. It’s an award-winning furniture store that provides a wide assortment of products, as well as idea inspirations.

    The store brings similarities to IKEA as you can find many reasonably priced products with a simplistic design, suitable to people living an urban life. It should be at the top of your list if you scout for furniture in the city.

    Products

    • Sofa, Table
    • Home Entertainment
    • Home Decoration
    • Mattress
    • Home Office
    • Storage & Organization
    • Kitchen Equipment
    • DIY Furniture
    • New Collection
    • Furinbox

    Location

    Index Living Mall has stores in District 1, 2, and 7 in Ho Chi Minh City. For detailed information, I suggest you visit their website.

  • Want to buy property in Vietnam?

    Fill out the form to get in touch with a verified real estate agency specialized in Vietnam property


      Disclaimer: The content on this website is provided for general information about buying property in Asia, developments, agencies, regulations, taxes, and other related topics. However, we don't guarantee that we keep the content up to date or that it's free from error. We do make mistakes from time to time. We never provide legal advice and financial advice of any sort.
    • Leave a Reply

      Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

      [FREE PDF]
      [FREE PDF]
      [FREE PDF]
      [FREE PDF]