Baan Tawai is Chiang Mai’s famous wholesale handicraft village. Here you will find furniture, antiques, sculptures, ceramics and more. In search for those authentic Thai pieces? Baan Tawai specialises in teak furniture and other traditional Thai handicraft items.
Ginger offers a delightful shopping experience. Wander around their colourful store as you marvel at their collection of unique Thai handicrafts, homeware and decor. Each item tells a story and is made by local artisans. Their quirky kitchenware and embroidery are particularly popular. Before you leave pop into their beautiful restaurant, Ginger & Kafe, for a drink or meal.
Chiang Mai is famous for its local artisans and particularly ceramics. At Siam Celadon, you’ll find fine cracked-glazed celadon ceramics in a range of beautiful designs. Not only are ceramics the perfect accompaniment to any dining room they are also much easier to transport than a teak table! While you’re here stop at the Raming Tea House for a refreshment stop.
Like Baan Tawai, you’ll need some transportation to get to Chiang Mai Sudaluck. This large store sells handcrafted teak furniture and intricate wood carvings. If you are looking for something uniquely Thai to spice up your home, you’ve come to the right place.
Chiang Mai Sudaluck, 9 Chiangmai-Sankampaeng Road, Chiang Mai, Thailand, +66 5333 800 611
Studio Naenna preserve traditional weaving, dying and embroidery techniques. They specialise in indigo dying and even offer workshops to learn first-hand about the dying processes. Studio Naenna is a great place to pick up ethical textiles and throw cushions – for those beautiful finishing touches.
Gerard Collection is located in the trendy Nimmanheimen neighbourhood and has a collection of contemporary high-quality furniture including sofas, beds, tables and chairs. For those not fussed with international shipping logistics, they also sell ornaments, lights and small furnishings. This shop also has a unique collection of bamboo furniture.
Sop Moei Arts empower local hill tribe people and their crafts, particularly the Karen from Mae Hong Son. Their Chiang Mai shop sells beautifully hand-crafted textiles, baskets and other easy to transport items. At Sop Moei Arts every purchase you make supports Thailand’s hill tribe village people.
Index Living Mall is a one-stop-shop for anything and everything home related. This Ikea style store is huge and has stores thoughout the country. If you are moving to Chiang Mai or looking for some “hot deals” Index Living Mall will likely satisfy your shopping needs. Index Living Mall is located on the Super High Way and is close to Central Festival Shopping Mall.