Furniture in Rio | Travelshopa

Rio de Janeiro is renowned for its great mix of furniture stores to suit every type of living space. In this edition of shopping guides in Rio, we hone in on 5 furniture shops that have piqued our interest. Presenting Travelshopa’s guide to furniture in Rio.


 

Arquivo Contemporâneo

R. Redentor, 147, Ipanema, Rio de Janeiro 22421-030, Brazil

Arquivo Contemporâneo is an emporium fit for the most stylish contemporary furniture and homewares in Brazil and around the globe. The team carefully curates the best designs to suit all urban homes. Designers include Bernardo Figueiredo, Carlos Motta, Etel Carmono and Fernando Medes, just to name a few.

Arquivo Contemporâneo | Furniture in Rio | Travelshopa


 

Gabinete Duilio Sartori

Rua Dias Ferreira, 64, Leblon, Rio de Janeiro 22460-020, Brazil

This loft-like 150 s.q. metre space looks like a huge bazaar as you set in. Every piece of furniture and homeware comes from various origins, adding a touch of history to your buys.

Gabinete Duilio Sartori | Furniture in Rio | Travelshopa


 

Memo Mercado Moderno

Rua Aníbal de Mendonça 132, 3rd floor, Rio de Janeiro 20230-070, Brazil

One of the foremost design galleries in Brazil, Mercado Moderno has been a key player in a newfound appreciation for modern Brazilian furniture.

MeMo-Mercado Moderno | Furniture in Rio | Travelshopa


 

Novo Amiente

Rua Lopes Quintas, 147, Jardim Botânico, Rio de Janeiro 22460-010, Brazil

Founded in 1980, Novo Amiente is one of the most reputable companies selling furniture and home furnishings in Brazil. The furniture store houses a mix of products ranging from carpets, fixtures, and residential and corporate furniture to outdoor furniture.

Novo Ambiente | Furniture in Rio | Travelshopa


 

Oba!

R. Lopes Quintas, 147 – Jardim Botânico, Rio de Janeiro 22460-010, Brazil

OBA! brings together furniture and accessories for baby rooms, children and youth. Created by architect Leila Bittencourt, you will find beds, bookcases, modules and toys, as well as lamps, curtains, bedspreads, pillows and decorative objects, all arranged in a space full of cool ideas.

OBA! Architecture | Furniture in Rio | Travelshopa


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