Get ready, set, decorate! Skip the run-of-the-mill finds and head to one of these unique furniture and home decor shops in Hong Kong. From graphic printed towels to chinoiserie-styled ceramics, this guide will inspire you to shop, nest, and decorate your kids’ room, dining room, and beyond.
Indigo Living is a one stop shop for everything furniture related for your home. They carry beautiful sofas, stunning dining tables, stylish chairs you can snuggle up in plus gorgeous accessories. They also have an entire section dedicated to kids. If your little one wants a princess room or your teen is looking for something a little more grown up, they will be able to select the right pieces for you.
Indigo Living, Multiple locations throughout Hong Kong, www.indigo-living.com
Contemporary furnishings inspired by the biggest names in design, chinoiserie-styled ceramics and accessories, along with a wide selection of quirky, neon-hued accents makes the trek out to Staunton and Henry’s Shatin showroom well worth it. For those who prefer to shop from their sofa, they have very affordable prices online, too, which is also backed by their 30-day full refund and free delivery.
Staunton and Henry, Unit 5, 10/F Wah Lai Industrial Centre, 10-14 Kwei Tei Street, Shatin, Hong Kong, +852 5910 3758, www.stauntonandhenry.com
Thorn and Burrow, 1/F, 30 High Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, +852 2559 9338, www.thornandburrow.com
Want your home to resemble a gentleman’s lounge? Look no further – Timothy Oulton has a bevy of chesterfield sofas, soft leather armchairs and handsome statement pieces in dark woods that are inspired by British heritage, but crafted nearby in Guangzhou and shipped to stores worldwide. Their 2016 collection boasts more streamlined style rather than the classic English look they’re known for – and the price tags are not for the faint at heart!
Timothy Oulton, 15 St Francis Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, +852 2528 9011, G/F, 17 Gough Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2161 1742, www.timothyoulton.com
Giving your home a rustic, French country style can inject personality and warmth when done right. Bowerbird Home imports a wide selection of shabby-chic inspired pieces from its suppliers across Europe and Asia. We love the selection of upholstered wingback chairs and button-tufted sofas, as well as the vintage perfume bottles and Ming-inspired stools and vases to complete the romantic look.
Contemporary furnishings can often cost an arm and a leg, but not at Decor8, where there’s a wide selection of furniture and lighting for every room in the home that’s taken from the pages of covetable design magazines. Inspired by leading designs, these copy furnishings will update your home at a fraction of the cost.
Decor8, Unit B, 9/F Fuk Chiu Factory Building, 20 Bute Street, Mong Kok, Hong Kong, 8/F Shun Pont Commercial Building, 5-11 Thomson Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, +852 5981 1636, www.decor8.com.hk
Stock Room, Shop C, 20/F Hong Kong Industrial Building, 444 Des Voeux Road West, Hong Kong, +852 2817 0999, www.stockroom.com.hk/
Hong Kong's first eco-chic furniture boutique has retail stores all over Hong Kong. The 25,000 square foot flagship store is situated in Horizon Plaza in Ap Lei Chau. This hub offers families a wide selection of alluring accessories, furniture, and kids room flare to layer up your beautiful home! They are launching their new online e-commerce site soon. Watch this space.
TREE, Horizon Plaza Flagship, 28/F, Horizon Plaza, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong, +852 2870 1582/83, Open daily from 10:30am to 7pm, www.tree.com.hk. The space also accommodates TREE’s café (a favorite for families).
Maison Wasabi own their own workshop in China which means the quality of the product they produce is superior. They make most of their items from bamboo which is hardy and strong. They have a team of designers in place who ensure each product is unique and stylish. They manufacture sofas, tables, and accessories for your home. They will also customize products for you.
Maison Wasabi, www.maisonwasabi.com/en/index.html
You don’t have to kit out your traditional zitan wood furnishings, but a few pieces can go a long way – especially when you contrast it with more Western, contemporary design – when creating an eclectic look for your home. Stock up on antique chinese furnishings from small rosewood side tables to a complete Ming-style dining set.
Yong Jing Hou Chinese Classical Furniture, G/F Kennedy Mansion,10B Davis Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, +852 2817 8825, G/F 9 Tai Mong Tsai Road, Sha Kok Mei Sai Kung, Hong Kong, +852 2669 0020, www.antique-chinese-furniture-yjh.com
Fast fashion giant H&M expands to home decoration at its massive Causeway Bay flagship. The super affordable gems here are very of-the-moment with tableware, linens and accoutrements in chic or cutesy prints and in a rainbow on-point hues that will update your interiors instantly!
H&M Home, 2-3/F, Pearl City Mansion, 22 Paterson St, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, www.littlestepsasia.com/hong-kong/events/hm-home-flagship-store-opens