Essential List: 100+ Household Items In Thai

When moving to a house, apartment, or condo in Thailand, it’s quite common for accommodations to come fully furnished or partially furnished. You’ll want to know exactly what kinds of household objects will be supplied to you or how to ask for household items in Thai at a local store.

Furnishing the rooms in your house will be an adventure! Thailand has all the usual household items and furniture that you’ll need. This article will go over the Thai vocabulary names for household items in Thai for each room in a typical home.

The most popular places to buy household items are shopping malls and big-box stores such as Home Pro, Global House, Big C, Lotus’s, Macro, or Index Mall. 

If you need to purchase any, appliances come with a 5-year warranty, installation, and delivery. Make sure to keep all of your receipts and register for warranties in the store. It will usually be the store you buy from that will help you with any issues.

There are 20 baht shops (dollar stores) for the smaller household objects and a great shop called Mr. DIY, where you can get incredible deals on kitchen and bathroom supplies. 

Often the cheaper goods are just as high quality as the expensive stuff! There are also online stores such as AliExpress or Lazada. You can often get good discounts and home delivery for everything you need, household or otherwise.

To help you read and pronounce Thai vocabulary for household items, head on to Ling’s Guide to Thai Pronunciation. Ling was the first language app to tackle Thai lessons, and it remains one of the most popular language apps to learn. Ling is a leading developer and has over 60 languages to offer! 

With our fun program, you’ll start learning the basics, such as common words, how to read the Thai alphabet, and learn conversational skills. Our blog is also a pretty incredible source of information full of tips and tricks for learning many languages.

Our focus today is on learning the Thai vocabulary for household items. If you’re looking for how to say rooms in a house in Thai, then head over to this great article.

Ready? Here we go!


Kitchen Household Items In Thai

Most houses in Thailand have a Thai kitchen. In this type of kitchen, limited appliances are found, but Thai people prefer this set-up as they prefer to order food.

You can expect only a hot plate or small gas stovetop, a refrigerator, and a sink. Kitchen preferences for westerners are, of course, a western kitchen with all the relevant things they’re used to, like an oven, dishwasher, and a microwave.

Household items in Thai k
blenderเครื่องปั่น krueng-bun
bottle openerที่เปิดขวด tee-pert-kuat
bowlชาม chaam
butcher knifeมีดแล่เนื้อ mit-lay-neua
can openerที่เปิดกระป๋อง tee-pert-krapong
coffee makerเครื่องชงกาแฟ krueng-chong-ga-fa
counterเคาน์เตอร์ coun-ter
cupถ้วย too-oi
cupboardตู้ doo
cutting boardเขียง keyung
dishrackที่คว่ำจาน tee-kwam-jan
dishwasherเครื่องล้างจาน krueng-lang-jan
drawerลิ้นชัก lin-chak
foilกระดาษฟอยล์ gra-dat-foil
forkส้อม som
freezerตู้แช่ two-chair
kettleกาต้มน้ำ ka-tom-nam
knifeมีด mit
measuring cupถ้วยตวง toy-tuang
measuring spoonsช้อนตวง chon-tuang
microwaveไมโครเวฟ microwave
mugแก้ว gao
oven mittsถุงมือเตาอบ tung-meu-tao-ob
panกะทะ ka-ta
peelerเครื่องปอก krueng-bok
plateจาน jaan
potหม้อ maaw
refrigeratorตู้เย็น doe-yen
rice cookerหม้อหุงข้าว maaw-hoong-khao
sieveตะแกรง ta-kraang
Sinkซิงค์ sink
spatulaตะหลิว ta-lew
spoonช้อน chon
Stove/Ovenเตา / เตาอบ tao / tao ob


Bedroom Household Items In Thai

Household items in Thai k

If you need to buy any bedroom or household-related items, shop at Baan & Beyond in major cities such as Bangkok and Chiang Mai.

bedเตียง dee-yeng
bedside tableโต๊ะข้างเตียง doe-kang-tieng
blanketผ้าห่ม pa-hom
closet/wardrobeตู้เสื้อผ้า doo-seua-pa
curtainsผ้าม่าน pa-man
hangersไม้แขวนเสื้อ mai-kwen-seua
pillowหมอน non
sheetsปลอกหมอน Plong-mhon
shelfชั้นวาง chan-wang


Bathroom Household Items In Thai

Household items in Thai k
bathtubอ่างอาบน้ำ ang-ab-nam
hot water heaterเครื่องทำน้ำอุ่น krueng-tam-nam-oon
jacuzziจากุซซี่ jacuzzi
mirrorกระจก kra-jok
shampooแชมพู chom-poo
shower capหมวกอาบน้ำ noo-ok-ab-nam
shower curtainม่านอาบน้ำ man-ab-nam
shower headฝักบัวอาบน้ำ fak-bua-ab-nam
soapสบู่ sa-boo
tilesกระเบื้อง kra-booung
toiletสุขา soo-kaa
toilet paperกระดาษชำระ kra-dat-cham-ra
toilet seatที่รองชักโครก tee-ronh-ta-krob
toothbrushแปรงสีฟัน brang-see-faang
toothpasteยาสีฟัน ya-see-faang
towelผ้าขนหนู pa-kon-noo


Living And Dining Room Household Items In Thai

Household items in Thai k
bookshelfชั้นวางหนังสือ chan-wang-nang-sue
built-in shelfชั้นวางของในตัว chna-wang-kong-nai-dua
cabinetตู้ doo
carpetพรม prom
chairเก้าอี้ gao-ee
dining tableโต๊ะอาหาร doe-ah-han
lampโคมไฟ khom-fai
picture frameกรอบรูป krob-roop
sofa/couchโซฟา sofa
tableโต๊ะ to
television/TVทีวี TV


Gardening Household Items In Thai

Household items in Thai k
hammockเปลญวน ple-yuwon
hoseสายยาง sai-yang
lawn mowerเครื่องตัดหญ้า krueng-dat-yaa
shearsกรรไกรสวน kan-krai-soowan


Miscellaneous Household Items In Thai

Household items in Thai k
adaptorอะแดปเตอร์ adapter
air conditionerเครื่องปรับอากาศ krueng-brap-ah-gat
doorประตู pradoo
dryerเครื่องเป่า krueng-pao
extension cordสายไฟต่อ sai-fai-daw
fanพัดลม pa-lom
floor matพรมปูพื้น proom-boo-peun
garbage bagถุงขยะ tung-ka-yah
garbage binถังขยะ tang-ka-yah
measuring tapeตลับเมตร ta-lab-meet
printerเครื่องพิมพ์ krueng-prin
shoe cupboardตู้รองเท้า too-rong-tao
storage containerตู้เก็บของ doo-keb-khong
vaseแจกัน jai-gan
washing machineเครื่องซักผ้า krueng-sak-paa
windowหน้าต่าง neh-taang
vacuumเครื่องดูดฝุ่น krueng-dood-foon


That’s It!

For now! For your next lesson, we have many other articles about Thai vocabulary for you to check out on our website. For example, hotel vocabulary or all-important food vocabulary.

You should also check out our app and start practicing your Thai. Just learn Thai a little bit each day, and you’ll be fluent in no time! 

It will give you the sentence structure and grammatical advice that you need to head out to the store, speak with store employees, and learn how to ask where something is in the shop.

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Alternatively, you can bookmark this article and show the items on the list to your landlord if you’d like to know what household items in Thai they provide or while shopping to show staff what you’re looking for.

Don’t forget to check out Ling and learn more about Thai. Locals love it when you speak even a little of their language!

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