Lookbox Living – December 8, 2022

Christmas gifts everyone will love and actually use

“Hate the thought of gifting something that won’t be appreciated by your loved ones? Impress them with these practical Christmas gifts while adding flair and functionality to their living spaces. “ read more >>

The Business Times – September 29, 2022

Furniture made for Urban Living

There’s nothing like a hug to feel better, but what if you are alone? Some time spent sitting in the huggu might calm nerves down.

The Straits Times – September 24, 2022

Becheras Holdings: Home products that deliver therapeutic comfort

“When the isolation of the Covid-19 pandemic threw mental health into the spotlight, Mr Low and Mr Cheng realised that they could take pressure therapy beyond bean bags.”


Singapore @ Home 2022 – August 6, 2022

As part of the nation’s 57th birthday celebrations, Singapore Global Network organised and streamed a global live show – Singapore @ Home 2022 – to connect overseas Singaporeans and feature local businesses. doob Bean Bags’ founders Shane Low and Jay Cheng shared about the brand and the processes that go into making these well-loved bean bags. watch video >>
Video Credit / Copyright: Singapore Global Network


The Straits Times – August 5, 2022

Style collaborations by S’pore brands for National Day

“To celebrate Singapore’s 57th birthday, batik-centric fashion label YeoMama Batik has created a new print and collection, Bloom.

Inspired by national flower Vanda Miss Joaquim, the original orchid batik motif is illustrated in delicate continuous strokes to represent “strength and resilience through both memorable and challenging times”, says the brand.

It does not end there. As part of an upcycling initiative, the label is collaborating with two other Singapore brands and a charity organisation.

Using fabric offcuts from the Bloom collection, artisanal footwear label Palola and bean bag brand doob have been roped in to make hand-crafted shoes ($275) and tote bags ($40) respectively, so batik fans can wear a complete outfit.” read more >>


CNA Lifestyle – January 17, 2022

Get off to a roaring start this Chinese New Year with artisanal crafts and sumptuous treats

“With soothing scents in place, bring the feeling of ease up a notch with a couple of doob Bean Bags. The brand is best known for its belief in no-nonsense comfort and affordable quality, and the latest collection of neutral-toned doob Bean Bags invokes a sense of warm cosiness. Visitors will undoubtedly appreciate that extra cushy comfort as they kick back for an extended catch-up session. ” read more >>

theAsianparent – January 14, 2022

Kids Picks 2022 – Where to find the best clothing, furniture and necessities for the little ones

“Fancy some beanbags for the kids? doob® Bean Bags, also awarded with the Made with Passion brand mark, makes comfortable, safe, long-lasting, and easy to clean bean bags. Your kids are sure to love the bright and colourful exteriors of the bean bags like the doobsta’ versatile fabric bean bag. As the co-founder Shane Low says, “doob® Bean Bags is a very excitable personality that shows enthusiasm, curiosity, and an irreverent sense of humour.”

No surprises there, given their brand mission is “Saving the world, one butt at a time! ” read more >>


KrisShop – January 9, 2022

Bringing Comfort to Others Through Design

“We both share a love and appreciation for design, where form and function meet to produce a good product. It brings us joy when customers write in to tell us how much they and their families in turn love their bean bags, sometimes even years later.” – Shane Low, 39 and Jay Cheng, 39. Founders of doob Bean Bags.” read more >>

8world.com – December 2, 2021

Take a deep breath in the news+ | The epidemic does not hinder the innovation of local bean bag brands to expand product lines

“doob Bean Bags, a bean bag company founded by Shane Low and Jay Cheng, has its 10th anniversary this year. Due to the epidemic, a series of celebration plans were forced to stop, but they took the opportunity to launch new products and also pushed products overseas. ” read more >>

Marketing Interactive – September 23, 2021

SG’s brand mark campaign adds 64 brands, partners Airbnb and KrisShop

“Singapore’s national marketing initiative “Made With Passion” has selected 64 new brands to join its slate, bringing the total number of brands to 111. New names to the Made With Passion slate include … visionary homeware brands such as Scanteak and doob Bean Bags.” read more >>

The Moodie Davitt Report – September 23, 2021

KrisShop Made With Passion partnership strengthens commitment to homegrown brands

“This year, local brands including State Property, RedDot BrewHouse and doob Bean Bags will progressively join the Made With Passion collective on KrisShop.” read more >>

Singapore Home & Decor – July 2021

“Who says pet furniture can’t be stylish? These days, pets are spoiled for choice with the wide range of designer furniture available. From doggie bean bags to cat condos, finding something that blends into your décor is easier than ever.

When it comes to the choice of materials for your own furniture, avoid wood if your pet likes to scratch. “Leather may also get scratched, but it’s easier to remove fur. If you’re getting fabric, go for a tighter weave that doesn’t snag easily,” advises Shane Low, co-founder of local home accessories store Mrphy.” read more >>

Nathan Yong: In the scheme of things – May 2021

“2019 marks the 20th anniversary of Nathan Yong’s foray into the furniture scene. Yong was then the first Singaporean to gain global acclaim and attention thanks to collaborations with international brands, paving the way for a younger generation of designers.” read more >>

The Wedding Vow Singapore – November 2020

“11 Best Bean Bags in Singapore | Best of Home 2021

If you have ever sunk into a cushy bean bag after a tiring day, you would know hardly anything else feels cosier and relaxing. Bean bags are definitely one of the best places to snuggle on with a good book and a cup of coffee.” read more >>

Vanilla Luxury – September 18, 2020

Our Top Picks for Home Decor and Furniture in Singapore

“Check out our list of stores for home decor and furniture in Singapore to find stylish pieces that are sure to spark joy!

Who doesn’t want to come back to a stylish and comfortable home? If you’re looking to give your home a makeover or just inject some new life into certain spaces, check out our top picks for home decor and furniture in Singapore. You’re sure to find pieces that spark joy!” read more >>

mrphy on Vanilla Luxury Our Top Picks for Home Decor and Furniture in Singapore


Uncover Asia – June 2020

7 Cute & Practical Gifts for Alcoholics: Wine Rack, Opener & More

“Stressing over what gifts to buy for a friend for either a birthday or a housewarming? First, ask yourself: does he or she drink regularly? If the answer’s yes, then we’ve got the ideal products for you to consider. Taking an ordinary home bar to the next level, here are 7 ridiculously adorable and handy bar tools from the good folks of a local multi-concept lifestyle store, NomadX and award-winning lifestyle and home decor store, mrphy.”

mrphy featured in Uncover Asia (June 2020 feature) - 7 cute and practical gifts for alcoholics: wine rack, opener and more!

BestinSingapore – June 2020

The 6 Best Spatulas in Singapore for Home Cooks

“Looking for the best spatulas in Singapore? Well, you’ve hit paydirt with this page, because we’re here to round up our favourite spatulas on the island, both for near-expert-level cooks and amateur chefs.

We have everything from silicone to stainless steel spatulas in this list. In any case, let’s take a look at the ones the home cooks on our staff picked out!” read more >>

mrphy featured in Best in Singapore (June 2020 feature) - The 6 best spatulas in Singapore for home cooks - kitchenware

Vanilla Luxury – December 12, 2019

12 Ingeniously Clever Things You Never Knew You Needed

Here’s a list of cool tech gadgets and other awesome stuff for a smart home

Looking for cool and awesome stuff to help improve your daily lives? Take a look at these 12 ingeniously clever tools that include tech-savvy gadgets and smart products that will leave you wondering “Why didn’t I think of that?”

Clever Kitchen Tools
Dreamfarm is an award-winning brand of kitchen tools and gadgets from Australia designed with the goal to solve problems you didn’t know you had. Unlike most other pepper grinders, the newly launched Ortwo is a revolutionary designed pepper mill that can conveniently be operated with just one hand! Ortwo’s custom-designed ultra-sharp ceramic grinder is fully adjustable with 6 settings from super fine to coarse, will never corrode or rust, and is perfect for all spices including salt.” read more >>

NYLON – December 9, 2019


“‘Tis the season to be jolly — and generous AF. So with the festive season just around the corner, we’re feeling in the mood to dish out… proper gift recommendations! Whether it’s your “influencer” friend who’s always making you go to great lengths for that oh-so-casual picture, the eco-warrior who’ll rage at your disposable coffee cup, or your favourite “quarter-life crisis” millennial who mutters ‘OK boomer’ under their passive-aggressive breaths — or hey, even that one colleague you drew for Secret Santa that you’ve never spoken to in your life — we’ve sussed out the perfect gifts for your friend, family, or significant other.” read more >>


See the gift recommendations for the proud home owner here.


See the gift recommendations for that foodie friend here.


See the gift recommendations for your fellow millennial here.


See the gift recommendations for the raging environmentalist here.

Vanilla Luxury – November 28, 2019

“Gifts for Her: Christmas Gift Ideas That She’ll Love!

From gift experiences, skincare, jewellery and a whole lot of festive gorgeousness, these Christmas gift ideas are ones she’ll adore.

mrphy Kitchenware
How about unique glassware that can become an interesting talking point when entertaining guests? Inspired by laboratory apparatus such as flasks and test tubes, Simple Lab Experience has elegant glassware cleverly designed to provide for easy cleaning and will protect your hands when you’re brewing that great cup of hot coffee or tea. The minimalist glassware is made with FDA-approved and eco-friendly materials. Simple Lab Experience’s iconic product is the Mixo conical flask and a travel version called the Kung Fu which includes a glass and a microfibre cloth.” read more >>

Vanilla Luxury – October 31, 2019

“Our Top Picks for Home Decor and Furniture in Singapore

mrphy is a curated online marketplace that offers quality home accessories that complement not only your interior style but your personality as well. Find what you want easily; search by decor styles such as Scandinavian, minimalist or industrialist.” read more >>

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Channel News Asia (January 2019) and Others

“Furnishing and décor pieces are also available at Design Orchard. Sister brands doob Bean Bags and SoftRock Living by Shane Low and Jay Cheng…”  read more >>

Also featured on  8 days, Business Insider, City Nomads, Coconuts Singapore, Lianhe Zaobao, Nylon, Shape, TheSmartLocal, The Straits Times, The Peak, Weekender and Yahoo! News.

Squarerooms October Issue 2018

Furniture and accessories in colours that are good for the soul

EASY BEING GREEN: Pay homage to the beauty of nature with botanical hues

THE COLOUR PURPLE: Let purple reign for a royal and sophisticated feel”

Squarerooms September Issue 2018

“SLEEPER HITS. Style up your bedroom and bathroom with these unique finds.

Minimalist – It’s oh so quiet with clean lines and fuss-free finishes.”

Products shown: Meter Wall Clock by Pana Objects

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.

Metal Mania: One-of-a-kind look, matte or polished.”

Products shown: Bodhi Accessory Tray by Qualy Design and Magnetic Vase Set by Peleg Design


Squarerooms May Issue 2018

“STYLE KIT: Bring out your personality in the kitchen with these must-haves”

POP OF COLOUR: Mood-lifting bold and fun essentials for the cooking zone.

NEUTRAL AND EARTHY: Equip your kitchen with the calming influence of browns and greys.

CLASS ACT: Black and white kitchen accessories are universal, timeless and immaculate.”

SERVICE PLEASE: Impress your guests and add a touch of class to your dishes with these stylish platters and trays.”

Home and Decor – March 2018 Issue

“Built above two steps, the platform’s wooden decking is seemingly supported by l-beams, which can be made out from its edges. “Initially we wanted a cosy area for us to watch TV without a couch,” says Jaret, “but I think Kelvin’s platform idea turned out nicely. When we lay on our bean bags to watch TV, it is very comfortable because the screen is at eye level.”


Expat Living – Home & Property Guide 2018

Products with Punch

Today, we have dozen of brands under our care in the region, and we created mrphy to be the home for them all. Having a central shop for all our brands helps customers in many ways – by reducing shipping costs, for example.

Where did the name come from?

It comes from the Murphy’s Law, which says that if something can be used or done the wrong way, it will be. We consider Murphy’s Law important in the design of a functional product; the aim is to design something so it’s impossible to use it wrongly.

What sets you apart from other stores of this kind?

We’re committed to telling the story of not just the product but the brand behind it. So, each brand page has its own style – like a store within a store. We also inject a bit of a personality into what we do. Online stores can be clinical and cookie-cutter, so we try to express ourselves in our website graphics and our slightly irreverent (but not too much!) content.”

Honeycombers – December 06, 2017

“Where to shop in Singapore for kitchen tools, accessories and decor

Want your kitchen looking like something out of Alice in Wonderland? Browse and shop from the comfort of your own home for quirky kitchenware such as cutting board sets that come in different designs and grids for cutting specific meat and veggies, and animal-themed dinnerware. Qualy products are also great gifts for animal-loving cooking pals!”

Read the article here: Where to shop in Singapore for kitchen tools, accessories and decor

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!”


Lookbox Living 52 – July/August 2017

“OBJECTS FOR THE HOME: Furniture and their complements create an alluring environment for sure but kitting up your place with original, iconic furniture might cost you the moon. With designer furniture, you get what you pay for, but for those on a budget, there are always alternative, original products you can consider. We’ve culled some of the best design options with decent price tags so that you have more money to devote to other pursuits in life.

’60s Power: Arflex’s Boborelax modular seating systems designed by Cini Boeri have an iconic ’60s aesthetic that’s still relevant today. If you want something akin to its groovy shape, look out for SoftRock Living’s Bohemian Lounger that is comfy and plush.”


The Straits Times – July 8, 2017

“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.”

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.””

Read the article here: Fun, quirky Thai brands making their way into Singapore’s furniture and homeware market


Squarerooms – June 2017 Issue

“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

​”Pack a punch: Personalise your living room with our pick of style essentials.
Dining favours: Deck your dining space with these charming additions for an instant pick-me-up.
Studdy buddies: Whether it’s at home or in the office, bring a bit of personality to your workspace with these accessories.
Out & about: From sprawling backyards to compact balconies, these outdoor additions will set the tone for chic relaxation.”


Singapore’s Child – February 20, 2017

​”6 Adorable Home Decor Accessories for your Kid’s Room: doob’s platoopat Bean Bags, ​with a double layered design that’s kid-safe, along with the use of better materials that results in a higher quality, and removable covers for easy cleaning; these doob bean bags are perfect for all those cuddling sessions with our kids. Oh, did we also mention that there’s free delivery? What’s not to love!”


Nylon Issue 48 – December 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.”

Nylon Singapore – November 2016

“Second only to a bed, beanbags are perhaps the most comfortable objects on earth. Couches are great too, but there’s nothing like having a soft, cosy, life-sized cushion that moulds itself according to your body shape. A perfect fit is always guaranteed!

What’s better than good ol’ beanbags though, are beanbags with awesome designs, something that doob has plenty of. The local beanbag producer – know for its colourful and quirky designs – are planning to release a brand new collection of pastel-hued, macaron-looking beanbags, which will launch this Christmas.”

The Finder – Issue 275

“Want to enjoy a dip and read at the same time? Then, check out the new doob Plopsta’ Alfresco Bean Bag ($329), which works on or off the water. It’s durable and dries easily once you’ve had your fun. Best of all, it’s strong enough to fit three people in one seating!”

Lookbox Living Issue 48 – 2016

“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.”

Lookbox Living Issue 47 – 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 – 2016

“Brighten your home with colour – these products will bring a cheery style update to any space.”

Smart Parents – April 2016

“I want candy! Pretty puff pieces make your sweetie’s repose that much sweeter.”

Squarerooms – March 2016

“Cuddle Up. Soft furnishings come in the form of out-of-the-box ideas too! Consider beanbags which are no longer old-fashioned, shapeless things they were. Beanbags conform to the contours of your body, enveloping you with a feeling of calm and relaxation. Create a peaceful corner in your home with this trendy beanbag in the shape of a hibernating grizzly. ”

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.”

Squarerooms June 2015 Issue

Man of the House: Every man cave needs a Dionysus. With its synthetic shaggy fur cover, this beanbag delivers comfort at all levels, while its deluxe design and elegant, dark colours evoke a masculinity that would fit right into any bachelor’s pad. Designed by home-grown brand SoftRock Living, Dionysus is part of a collection of luxurious bean bags.”

The Finder – 2015 May

“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.”

Qualy Design featured on The Finder Magazine

Her World – April 2015

“Upgrade your desk with chic stationery in seasonal hues straight off the runway.” – Sonja Cher

Simply Her – 2015 March

“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 – 2015 January

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.

Qualy featured in Zhan Magazine

Elle Magazine – 2014 December

Qualy featured in Elle Magazine

Squarerooms – December 2014 Issue

Bag of Comfort: Unwind after a long day of work and collapse into luxurious bean bags from home-grown brand, SoftRock Living. Designed and manufactured in Singapore, the pieces come in three forms and plush material selections: synthetic suede (Vesuvius), synthetic shaggy fur (Dionysus) and chenille velvet (Bohemian). Made to complement any room’s decor while still being able to stand out as a statement piece, the products’ uniquely-shaped bean bags go beyond conventional designs to reflect the brand’s edgy and sophisticated identity.”

Renonation – 2014 November

“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!”

Renonation Block 20 and 30 recycling bin

Lookbox Living Issue 38 – 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!”

Nylon Singapore – 2014, June Issue

“Home is where the heart is. Especially when your home has these kitsch accessories from Becheras – home-grown purveyors of chic furnishings!”


Nylon Magazine Singapore
Nylon Magazine Singapore


Lookbox Living – 2014, Issue #35

“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 Issue 13 – September 2014

“If you’ve guessed it by nowm yes, it’s a container and a food bowl for kitty!”

Straits Times – 23 August 2014

“Spice up your seasoning rack with these adorable shakers. Inside the salt shaker is a Christmas Tree for a white winter (salt), while pepper covers a cactus for a dusty summer in the other shaker.”

Square Rooms Issue 105 – January 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.”

8 Days – 2013, December 5 issue

“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.

Qualy 8 Days Feature


i-Weekly – 2013, December 5 issue

Qualy i Weekly Feature


Stuff.tv – 2013 November / December

“doob Bean Bags – top, top gaming gear. One word – must have. Well that was two, but still, these babies belong in every gaming den everywhere.”

– 13 cool pics from Sitex 2013, 28 November 2013

“What better way to dominate FIFA14 than in a living room, among friends, with a doob Bean Bag – quite possibly the comfiest of all bean bags anywhere. The best thing is the sheer variety of ways to lounge on them.

We took three to Sitex; they were a welcome relief for aching legs after a long day of shopping.”

– Gadgets and tech we took to Sitex 2013, 3 December 2013


The Straits Times – 2012 November 3

“WHAT: Looks like an upright pillow that you can plop onto. It is made of nylon with a PVC undercoat, which makes it great for the outdoors. Also, it is spill-resistant and easy to clean with a wet cloth. Comes in eight colours.” – 5 Of The Best Bean Bags


MediaCorp TV12 okto – 2012 April

Groom My Room!
doob® Bean Bags were featured on MediaCorp’s okto channel for their Groom My Room series 7 episode 6 and again in series 8 episode 1.Groom My Room is a show where one kid each week gets to transform his/her dream bedroom into reality! With assistance from an interior designer, manly labour and a bubbly host, the kid would have to design, shop and decorate his/her own room on time and on budget!Check out the videos:

Moneysmart.sg – 2012 February

A Whole New Bag of Tricks
“… What’s doob? doob® makes affordable, chic bean bags. Beyond furniture, doob is also a culture; it’s built a fan base through lifestyle-focused marketing and energetic online campaigns.doob broke the beanbag cartel (a line other finance writers can only dream of typing) through pricing, innovation, and what industry experts technically call being damn happening. So if you need a beanbag, drop by getdoob.com; their products are better (and cheaper) than what you’ll find in furniture stores. Also, free delivery! …”
– doob Bean Bags: A Whole New Bag of Tricks, 6 February 2012
Full interview here.

8 Days Magazine – 2012 January 12


doob® revels in some local pride!Bean There, Done That?

“Bean Bags? Aren’t they lumpy sacks that try to pass off as furniture, favoured by students who can’t afford actual chairs? Well, you haven’t met doob bean bags. Designed by Singaporeans for Singaporeans (the dimensions and materials used are suitable for local sizes and our tropical weather), these bean bags are chic and, some say, annoyingly comfortable. We’re most impressed by their ingenious versatility – the large doobsta’ can transform from an armchair to a recliner with a few well-placed pats. At $199, the doodad doesn’t come cheap, so you can be sure that the doobsta’s many fans love its bean bag-ness (and not ‘cos they can’t afford a real couch). doob® Bean Bags come in other shapes and sizes, and are good for lounging in, watching TV on, and for feeling like you’re young and carefree again.”- Singa-more, please! 8 Days, Jan 2012 issue


FHM Singapore – 2011 Nov


What’s cooler than a doob® Bean Bag? A hot model on a doob Bean Bag! FHM Singapore got hold of a few doob Bean Bags for a photoshoot with Russian model Margo P.”The awesome bean bags for this shoot came in courtesy of doob® Bean Bags. They offer a colourful and chillaxing range of sleepers that’ll hold firm, keep you steady and snag you for good. You can get synthetic leather, durable nylon or cool cotton – for a variety of purposes. Though most of it, we reckon, will be horizontal.” – FHM Singapore, Nov 2011 issue