Here’s our round up of our favourite spots to pick up chic, functional and quality pieces to decorate our homes!
Whether you’ve just moved apartments and want a new look, or your teen has developed his or her own personal style and wants a change now, we’ve rounded up the best shops to help you decorate your home or give it a fresh new look. No matter if you need accessories, rugs, paintings or more, we think these shops have everything to sort you out. Happy shopping!
Vintage meets modern! Anthropologie launched its home décor goods – big and small – to include an eclectic curation of beautiful pieces. It offers some of the most breathtaking wallpapers that are perfect to personalise any child’s room for different stages of their lives. Anthropologie also has customisable furniture with 100,000 possible configurations. Online shopping has never felt so good!
Founded by four dedicated papas, Bloom creates functional, trendy, and modern products especially for the nursery. We love Bloom because it uses sustainable and recyclable materials – such as wood, steel, and plastics, – to fashion each highly functional piece.
Bloom, 21a Sunrise Industrial Building, 10 Hong Man Street, Chai Wan, Hong Kong, 3112 2288, www.bloombaby.hk
Open Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm
Looking for classic and elegant style? Check out Bowerbird. With an added touch of Chinoiserie (its famous blue vases!) from suppliers across Europe and Asia, we could spend hours here. Situated in Horizon Plaza, we love all its selection of porcelain and variety of bedside tables.
Bowerbird Home, 8/F Horizon Plaza, Ap Lei Chau, 2552 2727, www.bowerbird-home.com
Open Monday to Sunday 10am to 6pm.
Decor8 is the go-to shop if you’re looking for furniture at a decent price and don’t feel like bargain hunting. There is a wide selection of furniture and lighting for the whole home, including fabulous design pieces, even in miniature sizes for the little ones. Ordering online is possible and delivery has a flat fee of $300 (except for some further locations).
Decor8, 9/F Unit B, Fuk Chiu Factory Building, 20 Bute Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 5104 8325
Decor8, 8/F Shun Pont Commercial Building, 5-11 Thomson Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 5981 1636, www.decor8.com.hk
Open Monday to Sunday 11am to 8pm, Sunday 12pm to 6pm
Looking for high-quality children’s furniture? Flexa offers contemporary (and somewhat pricey) Scandinavian bedroom furniture such as bunk beds, desks and more. You can even find bed linen here. Check out the single beds in gorgeous pastel colours!
Flexa, Shop 302, Level 3, HomeSquare, 138 Shatin Rural Committee Road, Shatin, New Territories, Hong Kong, 2688 2339
Open Monday to Friday 11.30am to 8:30pm, Saturday, Sunday, and Public Holidays 11am to 9pm
Flexa, No. 261, Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 2688 2303
Open Monday to Sunday 11.30am to 7.30pm
Flexa, Shop 1103, 11/F, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong, 2580 0836, www.flexa.com.hk
Open Monday to Sunday 10:30am to 6:30pm (closed on Tuesday)
With a gigantic four-storey Causeway Bay flagship store, H&M offers fashionable accessories including cushions, rugs, table linen, cutlery, and bed linens (to name a few!) in cool prints. Perfect for giving your flat an instant update. On weekends, it’s open until midnight for all your night owls.
H&M Home, G/F-3/F Hang Lung Centre, 2-20 Paterson Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, www.hm.com/hk/en/department/HOME
Open Monday to Thursday 10:30am to 11pm, Friday to Saturday 10:30am to 12am, Sunday 10:30am to 11pm
This store is truly a hidden gem tucked away amongst beauty counters in LAB Concepts in Admiralty. iDecorate has everything from small furniture to loads of accessories – and all of it is beautiful and very trendy. We are in love with its bath towels! And don’t even get us started with the available kid friendly options! There’s an adorable collection of tableware, bedding, cushions, wraps, wall decals, storage items and cuddly toys. Online shopping is also available and it offers free delivery with orders over $500.
iDecorate, LAB Concepts, Shop B07, 93 Queensway, Queensway Plaza, Admiralty, Hong Kong, 2540 3860, www.idecorateshop.com
Open daily 10am to 9pm
For big classical or modern pieces, Indigo Living has what you need. It also has a discount outlet in Unit 1004 – 1005, 10/F Horizon Plaza where you’ll find amazing pieces at a fraction of the cost. Indigo Kids has a great selection of furniture, decor items and linen to make your kiddo’s room a dream. Indigo Living also offers furniture rental and interior design services as well. Online shopping available.
Indigo Living, 6/F, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong, 2555 0530, www.indigo-living.com Open daily 10am to 7pm
Inside carefully curates its collection of vintage and contemporary pieces with an emphasis on craftsmanship. With delicate and beautiful furniture, lighting, home accessories, gifts and fashion accessories this store is definitely worth visiting.
Inside, 246 Landmark Prince’s Building, Central, Hong Kong, 2537 6298
Open Monday to Saturday 10am to 7pm, Sunday and Public Holidays 11am to 6pm
Inside, 17 Chung Hau Street, Mui Wo, Hong Kong, 2890 8606
Open Wednesday to Saturday 10am to 7pm, Sunday and Public Holidays 11am to 6pm
Inside, G104, The Repulse Bay, Hong Kong, 2812 6685
Open Monday to Saturday 10am to 7pm, Sunday and Public Holidays 10am to 6pm www.inside.com.hk
Mirth is situated in the cool, trendy Wong Chuk Hang and is housed in a 1960’s building where a stool factory, appropriately so, used to be. Mirth has a great, global collection of furnishings, accessories, artwork, toys, books, children’s clothes and more. Its collection is ever-changing and a lot of items are one-off. We love its wide range of Rice kitchenware products which are perfect for kid’s dinners and picnics.
Mirth, Unit A, 3rd Floor, Yally Industrial Centre 6 Yip Fat Street Wong Chuk Hang, Aberdeen, Hong Kong 2553 9811, www.mirthhome.com
Open daily 10am to 6pm
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Thorn & Burrow is located right in the hip and happenin’ Sai Ying Pun (ample opportunities for coffee and lunch around!), and you’ll find chic, travel-inspired bohemian décor pieces, art and furniture. Gift items are plentiful with stationary, jewellery and totes and purses. It also stocks Louise Hill Hong Kong artwork which is a great gift for family and friends living abroad! Thorn & Burrow organises workshops, too, such as paper crafts and weaving. And it has online shopping, too!
Thorn & Burrow, 1/F, 30 High Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, 2559 9338, www.thornandburrow.com
Open Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 10pm, Sunday 11am-4pm
Looking for eco-friendly furniture that you can grow into? At TREE, you will find sofas, cabinets, and other furniture made of sustainable/eco teak, oak, and walnut wood. The designs are minimal and can be fitted to suit whichever colour palette strikes your fancy. You will find lighting and unique accessories inspired by Asian countries. Shopping at TREE allows you to give back to nature as to date, TREE has planted over 60,000 trees as a part of the mission to give back and renew natural sources.
TREE, 28/F Horizon Plana, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong, 2870 1582
Open daily from 10:30am to 7pm
TREE, Shop no. 101-102, HomeSquare, Sha Tin, Hong Kong, 2841 8844
Open daily 11am to 9pm
TREE, Shop no. A305, 8 Long Yat Road, YOHO mall II, Yuen Long, Hong Kong, 2791 2802
Open daily 11am to 9pm www.tree.com.hk
Looking for something else? Check out these homeware stores
Second Chance Trading
Rug Your Life
Nerd Kids For Living
White Contemporary Homewares
Teresa’s Turkish Towel
KBEN & HOL
This article was originally written by Laurian Voute and published on 30 May, 2016, and has since been updated. Thanks to Connie Cai for her help on this article.
Feature image courtesy of Getty Images; image 2 courtesy of Allure Living via Facebook; image 3 courtesy of Anthropologie via Facebook; image 4 courtesy of Bloom via Facebook; image 5 courtesy of Decor8; image 6 courtesy of Bowerbird via Facebook; image 7 courtesy of Flexa; image 8 courtesy of H&M Home via Facebook; image 9 courtesy of idecorate via Facebook; image 10 courtesy of Inside via Facebook; image 11 courtesy of Mirth; image 12 courtesy of Thorn and Burrow via Facebook; image 13 property of Britta Butler, courtesy of bSquareDesign