So you can enjoy your outdoor space
If you’re one of the lucky few who have outdoor space bigger than the size of a house plant, you may be looking for some furniture to relax in it. We’ve enlisted The Home Stylist’s resident outdoor expert, Anna, to give you all her insider secrets on where to buy outdoor furniture in Hong Kong. Anna has helped style all kinds of outside spaces, from tiny Hong Kong apartment balconies to poolside gardens in luxury Hong Kong villas. Here are few of her favourite finds.
Everything Under the Sun
Looking for high-end, design-led furniture that lasts? Everything Under the Sun has all that the name suggests with quality furniture, umbrellas, awnings, lighting and pots.
Everything Under the Sun, 902 Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong www.everythingunderthesun.com.hk
The broad range of products at Lift Lifestyle includes BBQs, fireplaces and outdoor heaters – perfect for long summer nights and cold ones, too. It also offers a bespoke service for furniture and accessories.
Lift Lifestyle, Unit B, 2/F., Cheung Hing Industrial Building, 12P Smithfield, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong www.liftlifestyle.com
Harbour Outdoor stocks high-end Australian outdoor furniture and lovely accessories. We really like everything it does with teak and it has a good variety of other materials to suit your style.
Sassy Mama Tip: Harbour usually offers better lead times due to factories being closer to Hong Kong!
Harbour Outdoor, Horizon Plaza, Suite 805, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong www.harbouroutdoor.com
As the name suggests, Patio Mart focus on outdoor flooring but that isn’t all it stocks. You’ll find tiles and decking that are perfect for balconies, as well as some great deals on its low- to mid-range furniture, umbrellas and accessories.
Patio Mart, 1601, 16/F Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong www.patiomart.com.hk
This huge store stocks everything you could possibly want in a garden for the lowest prices in HK! From gardening equipment and BBQs, to outdoor storage and full-size above-ground pools with wooden surroundings.
Garden Gallery, 408-416, Leader Industrial Centre, 57-59 Au Pui Wan Street, Fotan, Sha Tin/Fo Tan, New Territories, Hong Kong www.gardengallery.com.hk
It’s worth keeping an eye on the C’est Kool website over time as it often has monthly deals on its affordable modern furniture. It also stocks a wide range of outdoor rugs and other soft furnishings.
C’est Kool, Studio 11E, Selwyn Factory Building, 404 Kwun Tong Road, Hong Kong cestkool.com
We head to Garden Plus for its range of shade sails. This is a fun way to add a shady spot in your outdoor space without taking up floor space. This is also a great place for picking up plants and pots.
Sassy Mama Tip: Christmas trees are already being sold in advance!
Garden Plus, Lot 715 DD 316, Lo Wai Village, Pui O, Lantau Island, Hong Kong www.gardenplus.com.hk
Ikea HK has a surprising range of outdoor furniture at low prices. Its best buy is the real teak flooring which comes in three colours. We also love the kids umbrella and table, which is an absolute steal!
Ikea, Various locations, www.ikea.com/hk/en
The Hong Kong Flower Market
Any outdoor styling blog in Hong Kong wouldn’t be complete without listing The Hong Kong Flower Market. As well as the largest collection of flowers and plants in the city, you can often find pots, furniture and accessories.
Wah King Garden Centres
Another classic, the Wah King Garden Centres are the perfect place for plants and pots. In their myriad of aisles we’ve also found a small selection of teak furniture, umbrellas, shade sails and European faux grass.
Sassy Mama Tip: you can also purchase irrigation systems to keep your expensive plants alive throughout the year.
Wah King Garden Centres, Sai Kung and at the Flower Markets
If you’d like more of Anna’s expert advice and style guidance, you can book a consultation with her at thehomestylist.org