Top 10 Woodcrafters in Singapore 2021

Top 10 Woodcrafters in Singapore 2021
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Looking for a piece of wooden furniture custom-made to your specific needs? Your best bet would be engaging the services of an experienced woodcrafter, who can help fulfil your dream project. And to make it easier for you, here is a list of Top 10 Woodcrafters in Singapore that comes highly recommended.

1) Urban Salvation Pte Ltd


Urban Salvation adopts a sustainable approach when comes to building its range of wooden furniture. Here, they only use high-quality reclaimed material in an effort to minimise waste. The material itself include solid woods like pine and teak, just to name a few that are sourced either regionally or locally. They offer a bespoke design that is tailored to your respective needs. Or alternatively, you can check out some of their collections ranging from bed frames to benches, coffee/dining tables and sideboards. | FB: Urbansalvation | IG: @urbansalvation | Contact number: +6583388955 | Address: 9006 Tampines Street 93,#02-212 Singapore (528840)

2) 25 Degree Woodworks

25 Degree Woodworks

Joshua Ram, the man behind 25 Degree Woodworks, is an expert craftsman who does everything here from scratch. His woodworking skill is undeniable, as many customers love his professionalism and attention to detail. Whether you engage for his service to custom-made, say a flight board, a work desk or a mirror frame, you can count on Joshua to produce a fine piece of wooden furniture. Keep in mind his lead time usually takes around 3-12 weeks, depending on the type and size of the project. | FB: 25DegreeWoodworks | IG: @25degreewoodworks

3) Tombalek Workshop

Tombalek Workshop

Fancy learning how to make your own wooden piece? You might want to check out their various woodworking classes at Tombalek. This includes Bowl Turning, Cheese & Chopping Board Making and Mandai Chair Making. You can also buy different types of wooden materials from them, covering the likes of Basic Plywood, Hardboard, Black Walnut and Burmese Teak. You can even choose your preferred finish from planed/raw to planed & oiled, finely sanded or finely oiled. Not sure whether you are making the right purchase? Not to worry though since you can get in touch with them via WhatsApp for assistance. | FB: Tombalekworkshop | IG: @tombalekworkshop

4) Passion Wood Works

Passion Wood Works

Passion Wood Works specialises in bespoke wooden furniture. No project is too big or too small for them, as their expertise speaks for itself. You can check out their portfolio on their Facebook or Instagram pages. And speaking of their portfolio, some of the woodworking projects they have done include barn doors, coffee carts and pergola.

FB: Passionwoodworks | IG: @passion_woodworks

5) Mokko Wood Studio

Mokko Wood Studio

Alvan Koh, the woodworker behind Mokko Wood Studio is renowned for his exquisite Japanese woodcrafting expertise. His works on various heirloom furniture are traditionally put together using old-school tools and joinery methods. And interestingly enough, all of his wooden pieces are meticulously designed and built without adding nails or screws. You can check out his portfolio on his website, namely a spice box using the combination of beech and cherry woods and a coffee table made of reclaimed teak cabinet doors. | FB: mokkoalvan | IG: @alvankoh



WOODVIBESONLY has been in the woodworking business for more than 40 years. They are knowledgeable on all things woods. And not to mention their experience in designing and creating different types of wooden pieces no matter big or small. This includes the likes of flooring, coffee tables, chairs, benches and doors. Other than bespoke services, they also provide wood maintenance including repairing and refurbishing. | FB: woodvibesonlysg | IG: @woodvibesonly_sg

7) Namu Wood Furniture & Mattress Centre

Namu Wood Furniture & Mattress Centre

If you prefer neutral and fuss-free furniture, you might want to check out Namu Wood Furniture & Mattress Centre. For instance, they have a wide range of wooden bed frames made of engineered wood or solid American oak wood. They also housed other fine collections like dining sets, coffee tables, chairs/benches and TV consoles. You can browse their collections online or visit their showroom at Lipo Building on 621 Aljunied Road. | FB: namuwoodfurniture

8) Triple Eyelid Workshop

Triple Eyelid Workshop

Triple Eyelid prides itself in the sustained approach by upcycling wooden products to reduce waste. All products are obtained from the local job sites and make good use of them to create all kinds of wooden pieces. Some of them include cable holders, coasters, coffee tables and wall racks. You can engage them for custom-made design or if you are more interested to learn about woodworking, do check out their website below. | FB: tripleeyelid | IG: @tripleeyelid

9) Wood Yuli

Wood Yuli

Wood Yuli (Yu Li Wood Trading) supplies different types of quality solid timbers such as American Oak/Walnut, Chengal, Teak and Nyatoh. They also offer design and customisation, namely TV consoles, floating shelves and benches. And for peace of mind, they even offer a lifetime warranty regardless of the types of wood used for your bespoke furniture. | FB: yuliwoodsg | IG: @woodyuli

10) WoodFix


Whether you are looking for a home or office furniture made out of woods, you can get it specially customised at WoodFix. Not only do they provide bespoke services but also specialises in precision engineering using state-of-the-art CNC machines and contract manufacturing. Among WoodFix’s projects include building custom-made ink cartridge holders, wall hook displays and wall panels. | FB: | IG:

That’s not all! More Top 10s in Singapore are waiting to be discovered!

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