Scene & Heard: Cabana

By That's Beijing, June 6, 2019

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Welcome Taikoo Li North’s newest import: Cabana. No, we’re not talking about a secluded tropical beach hut, where the frosty piña coladas are bottomless and the golden sunshine gleams generously (though, we totally wish we were). This Cabana is a design-forward furniture store and in short, it’s a quirky minimalist’s mecca. The interior setup looks like a luxe apartment begging to act as the backdrop for a Vogue ‘73 Questions With…’ episode. 


Tastefully decked out with everything from funky ceramic vases and cracked glasses (on purpose) to abstract chairs and incredibly chic rugs that you wouldn’t dare step on, the daylight-soaked space is only fit for a small handful of customers at one time. Speaking of chairs, when we visit, the luxe showroom is hosting an exhibition all about the history of revolutionary designer seats at their gallery and event space one floor up. The all-too-trendy concept is in its most fitting home here and is bound to stir up interest from Sanlitun’s social elite looking to furnish their ritzy apartments.

[Images via Cabana]

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