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Welcome to Our Home
The Leading Luxury Furniture Retailer in Bangkok
At CHANINTR, we believe in living well, in the everyday, and in the most special moments.
Since opening our doors in 1994, CHANINTR has stayed true to our commitment of helping customers achieve the simple concept of ‘Living Well.’
As the leading luxury furniture retailer in Thailand, we strive to become the destination for all things home and every move we make begins with our clients in mind. Our business and family of brands have grown over the years to meet the needs and desires of our discerning customers. We now have furniture showrooms in Siam Paragon, Thonglor, Soi Sukhumvit 26 and Soi Sukhumvit 61.
We provide a growing range of related services to make the experience of building a home as seamless as possible. From styling and furniture care to turn-key solutions by our full-service design studio, no request is too great and no detail is too small.
With over two decades helping clients with their projects in Thailand and abroad, we are happy to listen to your ideas and needs while sharing with you our experience and insight.
Whether you are looking for a total solution for a fully fitted condo or newly built home, we can provide artistic direction, assemble a team and make it happen for you.
An interview with world-renowned designer-architect Vincent Van Duysen, the man who has played a crucial role in shaping what is now known as the 'Belgian aesthetic.'
EAST MEETS WEST
Pernille Lind's name first entered the spotlight with her work for Hotel Sanders in Copenhagen. We caught up with the Danish-Thai interior designer to see what's in store for 2021.
THE JOY OF SILENCE
Framery is hoping to make a positive impact in workplaces around the world through its soundproof acoustic booths that act as a multi-purpose space for meetings, collaboration and productive spurts.
A NEW LEAF
CHANINTR is taking its first step towards going green by vowing to plant one tree for every piece of item sold.