Quality: We believe that quality products start with the creative thinking process via design, material selection and the manufacturing process. Every detail is important to ensure that our products meet our high quality standards and this is recognised by customers all around the world.
Unique: The creative design makes all Qualy products original and unique. Qualy has to date several patents under its name, and has won several product design and innovation awards and international accolades.
Aesthetic: The appearance of a Qualy product is carefully and painstakingly designed just like how an artist crafts his masterpiece. A sculpture that is as functional as it is aesthetic.
Long Lasting: Qualy desires to be part of the effort in making the world a better place. Our products have society, environment and sustainability in mind.
You: Our products are designed to fulfil your satisfaction, both functional and decorative aspects to suit your lifestyle and to share your special moments.
Singapore Garden Festival 2016
Singapore Garden Festival 2016 – My Home Garden
Singapore Garden Festival 2014
Qualy products featured at the Singapore Garden festival 2014
SQUAREROOMS JULY ISSUE 2018
“CHANGE IT UP. Breathe fresh style into your living and dining areas with furniture and accessories swaps.
Love of cultures: Global influences right at home.”
SQUAREROOMS MAY ISSUE 2018
“STYLE KIT. Bring out your personality in the kitchen with these must haves.
Class Act: Black and White kitchen accessories are universal, timeless, and immaculate.”
EXPAT LIVING – HOME & PROPERTY GUIDE 2018
“PRODUCTS WITH PUNCH
SINGAPORE’S CHILD WRITE-UP ON MRPHY
“Founded in Singapore, mrphy offers quality home accessories that complement not only your interior style, but your personality as well. You can find what you want easily; search by decor or by purpose. mrphy offers a wide range of bean bags, kitchen, dining, living room, bedroom, office and outdoor products curated for you.
They have discovered award-winning brands from all over the world, from Qualy Design, Thailand to Ototo Design, Israel and are also the creators of locally manufactured brands like doob Bean Bags and SoftRock Living. At mrphy, you can browse by colour or by interior style, whichever you find more sensible, or simply mix things up, there’s no right or wrong – only what makes your feel at home!
There is no excuse for having boring spice racks or seasoning shakers when you can spice up the dining table or kitchen with the Four Seasons! Each individual shaker cleverly adopts a season of the year, with a little tree sprouting forth from your seasoning. The Four Seasons come with a handy rack and in a nice package which makes it a great housewarming gift.”
THE STRAITS TIMES JULY 8 2017
“Affordable, chic and often blending traditional influences and modern designs, Thai brands have made their way into Singapore’s furniture and homeware market.
Savvy Singaporeans might have picked up a few Thai-designed items on their weekend jaunts to Bangkok, but now they no longer need to hop on a plane to get quality wares from the Land of Smiles.
In the past few years, at least 10 brands are being stocked by multi-label retailers here.
Many are brought in by Singapore fans who had chanced on these labels while on holiday, found them online or spotted them at furniture fairs.
Other Thai brands sold here include Qualy, an award-winning home accessories and kitchenware brand that is known for its witty designs; and Pana Objects, which makes simple and beautiful wooden pieces such as stationery holders.
Retailers say Thai designs are original, well-crafted and often utilise traditional techniques and materials.
Mr Alvin Tan, 34, owner of Bibliotek Design Store, says: “Thai brands can hold their own in the world of design. They have a seamless ability to combine modern aesthetics with traditional crafts such as woodworking and embroidery.”
While Thai design may have its own quirks, it generally taps into a popular style now: the pervasive Japanese minimalism trend. So the lines are clean and simple, wood is a dominant material and furniture is compact and multi-functional to cater to small apartment dwellers.
Qualy, which has an online store in Singapore and is stocked by retailers such as Naiise and etch&bolts, is the epitome of playfulness. It makes toilet brushes shaped like cherries, door stoppers that look like a resting dove and acorn-shaped containers which go by the name, Acorntainer.
Mr Yong says: “There’s a feel- good factor to their products. You sense happiness in their designs.”
For their quality, Thai products are also generally cheaper than European labels and popular furniture and homeware brands such as Crate & Barrel, Tokyu Hands or Muji at times.
Mr Shane Low, 35, a director at Becheras Holdings, which is the sole distributor of Qualy and Pana Objects, says: “What you are paying for is uniqueness. You can be proud that your door stopper or sponge holder is a conversation piece, unlike the many $2 door stoppers in your neighbours’ homes.”
Some Thai designers are already thinking big, even if they recently arrived in Singapore.”
Read the article here: http://www.straitstimes.com/lifestyle/home-design/fun-quirky-and-thai
SQUAREROOMS JUNE ISSUE YEAR 2017
“SHOP & SHIP – Fabulous online buys waiting to be carted off to your living and dining zones. Here’s to never standing in line again.”
LOOKBOX ANNUAL 2017 SPECIAL EDITION
“DINING FAVOURS: Deck your dining space with these charming additions for an instant pick-me-up.
Deer Meadow Toothpick Holder – Toothpicks aren’t the most glamorous object on the dining table, but you can inject a cheeky twist with this toothpick holder. An adorable deer stands in a field of toothpicks.
Squirrel Tissue Log Toilet Paper Dispenser – This little critter on this dispenser not only assists you with the tearing off of paper, it also conveys a noble eco-friendly message. The log is its home so you shouldn’t take more paper than you need as it means wasting nature’s resources.
STUDY BUDDIES: Whether it’s at home or in the office, bring a bit of personality to your workspace with these accessories.
You’ve got Mail Door Stopper – This doorstopper doesn’t just hold the door, it doubles up as a letter-holder when you flip it on the other side. Your bills and letters will be organised quickly with the simple slots that hold your mail upright. Comes in white, brown and green.”
NYLON DECEMBER ISSUE 48 YEAR 2016
“YOUR COLLEAGUE – Yeah, we know it’s already a blessing to have you as a desk mate, but hey, how about an actual gift eh? No stocking stuffers here! ‘Tis the season to give something nice to the person you see more than your mom.”
LOOKBOX LIVING ISSUE 48 YEAR 2016
“NEED THIS NOW! Here are 32 reasons to start cooking and entertaining at home. Change up the way you cook and serve with nifty kitchen tools, appliances, and accessories that you never knew you needed in your life.”
“You may have noticed Qualy’s eye-catching products in stores and online before, but now you can head straight to the source for your fix of thoughtfully designed and playfully eccentric home accessories. These are wall hooks shaped like clouds, salt-and-pepper-shakers designed to mimic the four seasons, a doorstopper that looks like a sleeping dove, and many more items that put a bit of cheer into mundane activities.”
“Animal Parade Seasoning Shaker Set: Adding flavour to your food will definitely be more exciting with this shaker set. Each of the four shakers represents a different season of the year.”
“Sparrow Salad Bowl: This pair of sparrows and their ‘nesting’ bowl make an adorable salad set; so no more scrambling around the kitchen hunting for servers to toss the salad.”
LOOKBOX LIVING ISSUE 47 YEAR 2016
“These opulent-looking pieces are surprisingly less than $100 each! With these fab buys, you won’t go broke prettying up your space!”
IDEAL HOMES VOLUME 8 YEAR 2016
“Brighten your home with colour – these products will bring a cheery style update to any space.”
BITES MAGAZINE FEBRUARY ISSUE YEAR 2016
“HOME BAR 101: Are you a mixologist in the making? Here are the nifty tools to improve your bartending skills.
POLAR ICE BUCKET (BLACK/ WHITE). A designer ice bucket that not only preserves the integrity of your ice cubes but also conveys a powerful message about global warming.
As ice melts and water drains into the outer segment, the polar bear’s natural habitat seems to disappear. Tongs provided.”
LOOKBOX ANNUAL 2015
“Your home sourcing experience begins here! – Check out the brand new Product Showcase section on the refreshed lookboxliving.com.sg website! We’ve got everything you need for your home, form furniture to fittings, sanitary ware to smart technology. Browse through an exhaustive selection of more than 200 products from Singapore’s top retailers and suppliers.”
THE FINDER MAY ISSUE YEAR 2015
“Turn your kitchen into one straight out of a Buzzfeed post with quirky and adorable kitchen items from Qualy. Offering homeowners creative kitchen solutions, all of Qualy’s products, be it kitchen equipment or packaging, are made from 100 percent recyclable materials. Items like the super cute Four Seasons seasoning shaker set, Thirsty Bird water dispenser and Slice cutting board set make cute conversation starters as well as gifts. Qualy’s boxes can also be upcycled into makeshift shelves; simply follow the detailed instructions printed on the packaging’s exterior for added storage space.”
HER WORLD APRIL ISSUE YEAR 2015
“Upgrade your desk with chich stationery in seasonal hues straight off the runway.” – Sonja Cher
SIMPLY HER MARCH ISSUE YEAR 2015
“Can’t remember if you’ve watered your plant? When you don’t see the squirrel in the pot, you know it’s time to feed your thirsty plant and make the little fellow pop up again.”
ZAN MAGAZINE JANUARY ISSUE YEAR 2015
Interview with Teerachai, Design Director of Qualy Design:
1. In this era, what do you look out for when designing stationery?
“The first thing when designing a stationary product is the design. Imagine walking into a stationery store or a stationery section, if your design does not stand out or wow the customer they would just walk pass it. After attracting their attention your product have meet their expectation. For example the stationery that they are looking for need to have great design and WORK as well .
2. Is there a particular kind of design or tagline (eg “ideas happen everywhere” or other slogan) that appeals to the consumers?
“Inspirations”. Our brand concept is concerning the future of our planet and how we choose to act in our daily life. After the customer buys our product we don’t want it to stop there. We want the product to carry on the message and want the customer to forward that message to their close one. For example, “The Last Log” (Pencil Sharpener) sends a message that we should be very careful on what we are consuming and we should consume in just the right amount.
3. What do you hope to give consumers through his design?
We want our customers to be happy and to receive a great experience when using our products. With every product, we try to add a story behind it, and we hope the customer feels that he or she is part of the story.
ELLE MAGAZINE DECEMBER ISSUE YEAR 2014
RENONATION NOVEMBER ISSUE YEAR 2014
“Qualy, a brand from land of smiles which has won several product design, innovation awards and international accolades such as “Good Design”award in 2010 and “Designer of the Year” award in 2011, retails a myriad of environmental friendly, practical home and living accessories. These high quality, beautifully designed solutions are ingeniously designed to raise greater environmental awareness among the consumers.
Qualy rose from its humble beginnings as a family business, which specializes in production of moulds and plastic, to an internationally recognized brand across the globe. QUALY has made its presence in numerous countries such as Denmark, France, Germany, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Spain, Sweden, UK, USA and many more!QUALY retails very unique yet functional products and therefore, they make superb house warming and holiday gifts! If you have an hectic lifestyle like mine, QUALY online store will make your last minute gift purchase a breeze since you can choose to pick up your purchases from the warehouse on weekdays at your own convenience!”
LOOKBOX LIVING ISSUE 38 YEAR 2014
“Hang your everyday belongings off this cute Little Deer Tray and you’ll always know where to find them the next day. From car keys to sunglasses, the adorable deer will keep an eye on your possessions!”
SQUARE ROOMS SEPTEMBER ISSUE 13 YEAR 2014
“If you’ve guessed it by now yes, it’s a container and a food bowl for kitty!”
NYLON SINGAPORE ISSUE 23 YEAR 2014
“Home is where the heart is. Especially when your home has these kitsch accessories from Becheras-home-grown purveyors of chic furnishings!”
THE STRAIT TIMES AUGUST 23 ISSUE YEAR 2014
LOOKBOX LIVING ISSUE 35 YEAR 2014
“Dinner Parties will get a dash of quirkiness when you serve up these shakers with your entrees. Each shaker represents a different season such as cactus for summer and pine tree for winter.” – On the Four Seasons shaker set, available here.”
“With these drink dispensers, hitting your two-litre-a-day water quota shouldn’t be a problem. While the cute bird lever comes in black and white versions, we much prefer a pinch of colour to up the fun ante.” – On the Thirsty Bird drink dispenser, available here.”
SQUARE ROOMS JANUARY ISSUE 105 YEAR 2014
“January is a good month for spring cleaning! Nobody loves to clean but with our stylish list of cleaning tools, you won’t hesitate to get your hands dirty.”
“Never have we met a paper towel holder that played as much with our emotions as the Log & Roll from Qualy. As you use up the paper, a little squirrel and a sprout will sink sadly into their log, reminding you that with each piece you pull, you’re destroying trees and their natural habitat. Sob.” – On the Log & Roll paper towel holder, available here.”
“These Four Seasons shakers from Qualy dispense four seasonings, geddit? Basil in spring, pepper in summer, chili flakes in autumn and salt in winter. Pretty genius, if you ask us.” – On the Four Seasons shaker set, available here.”
iWEEKLY DECEMBER 5 ISSUE YEAR 2013