Here’s our round up of our favourite spots to pick up chic, functional and quality pieces to decorate our homes!
Furniture shopping is getting better and better in Hong Kong. In the last few years choice and diversity has grown and now there are even a few online shopping possibilities. If you are looking to re-decorate your living room, bedroom or kid’s room, browse through some of our fave stores for beautiful and unique homeware items. Happy shopping, mama!
Find unique gifts and homewares at Allure Living. They stock everything from small furniture, lamps, ceiling fans, design rugs, kitchen equipment, cards, picnic baskets, art prints and much, much more.
Allure Living, 1 to 5 Floor No.54 D’Aguilar Street, Central, 2153 1022. Open Monday – Saturday 12.30pm – 8pm, Sunday & Public Holidays 1pm – 6pm.
Bowerbird aims to provide homewares with a classic and elegant style, and an added touch of Chinoiserie (their famous blue vases!) from suppliers across Europe and Asia. Situated in Horizon Plaza, you could literally spend hours at Bowerbird alone. We love all their variety of porcelain and don’t forget to check out the great selection of bedside tables.
Bowerbird Home, 8/F Horizon Plaza, Ap Lei Chau, 2552 2727. Open Monday – Sunday 10am – 6pm.
If you are looking for furniture at a decent price, Decor8 is the place to go to. Decor8 supplies many popular mid-century to chic contemporary designs. There is a wide selection of furniture and lighting for the whole home, including fabulous design pieces which comes in miniature sizes for the littles, such as the Panton chair. 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, 5104 8325 and 8/F Shun Pont Commercial Building, 5-11 Thomson Road, Wan Chai, 5981 1636. Open Monday – Saturday 11am – 8pm, Sunday 12pm – 6pm.
Flexa is the to-go place for high quality kid’s contemporary Scandinavian bedroom furniture. If you need a bunk bed, desk or bed linen, you will find ample choices at Flexa. The beds have quite a hefty price tag but the quality matches the price. Check out the gorgeous Monty lamp collection in pastel colours.
Flexa, shops in Wanchai, Shatin and Horizon Plaza. Check out the website for addresses and opening hours.
Another great lifestyle store has made it’s way to Hong Kong! They first opened in London in 1964 so they know a thing or two about furniture! Habitat’s products are mostly for grown ups (yay!) as we can happily browse the sophisticated collections at ease. They are situated across the IKEA in Causeway Bay and with a very large show room you will surely find what you need. Shop for anything from furniture, bedding, lighting, accessories, lighting and even garden furniture and accessories for the lucky few that own a balcony or terrace.
Habitat Hong Kong, 15/F, Windsor House, 311 Gloucester, Causeway Bay, 2310 1964. Open daily 11.30am to 9.30 pm.
H&M has finally expanded with H&M home decoration at its gigantic four storey Causeway Bay flagship store. Find fashionable accessories as cushions, rugs, table linen, serve ware, bed linens (to name a few!) in great prints to give an instant update to your interior. And what’s best, it is also incredibly affordable! On the weekends, they even open until midnight. Party at H&M Home, anyone?!
H&M Home, G/F-3/F Hang Lung Centre, 2-20 Paterson St, Causeway Bay (close to Ikea), Open Monday – Thursday 10.30am – 11.00pm, Friday – Saturday10.30 am – 12am, Sunday 10.30 – 11pm.
This store is truly a hidden gem tucked away amongst beauty counters in LAB Concepts in Admiralty. iDecorate has many, many items – from small furniture to numerable accessories – and it is all beautiful and very trendy. We are in love with their 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 they offer free worldwide delivery with orders over $300.
iDecorate, LAB Concepts, Shop B07, 93 Queensway, Queensway Plaza, Admiralty, 2540 3860. Open daily 10am – 9pm (till end of May Friday-Sunday hours are 10am – 10pm).
Indigo Living is our reliable go-to spot to find the big classical or modern pieces. Prices can be on the higher side, so certain pieces can be considered investment items. They also have 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.
Stores throughout Hong Kong, the flagship store is in Horizon Plaza: Indigo Living, 6/F, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong, 2555 0530. Open daily 10am – 7pm.
Inside carefully curates their collection of vintage and contemporary pieces with an emphasis on craftsmanship. Inside houses delicate and beautiful furniture, lighting, home accessories, gifts and fashion accessories. At Christmas, their store transforms into a winter wonderland as they have a great selection of baubles and wreaths but this store is definitely worth visiting all year round.
Three stores in Central, Repulse Bay and Horizon Plaza: Inside, 12/F, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau, 2873 1795. Open Monday – Friday 10am – 6pm, Saturday & Sunday 11am – 7pm.
Mirth is situated in Wong Chuk Hang, the ever popular former industrial part of Hong Kong. Mirth 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. The collection is ever-changing and a lot of items are one-off. We love their wide range of Rice kitchen ware products which are perfect for kid’s dinners and picnics.
Mirth Home, the Mezzanine Floor, Yip Kan Street (last building on the left), Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, 2553 9811. Open daily 10am – 6pm.
Maison Wasabi is definitely something else. They don’t have a tangible shop, but the website looks great and what’s more, the furniture and accessories they offer are fantastic and modern. Maison Wasabi’s stylish and clean furniture is mostly made of renewable bamboo in their workshop in China. The wood species that are used are certified under the FSC system. We particularly love their range of funky bookcases. Most of their items can be customised in size and colour and returns are free. Sounds almost too good to be true, right?
Thorn & Burrow is located right in the hip and happenin’ Sai Ying Pun (ample opportunities for coffee and lunch around!) you will find chic travel inspired bohemian décor pieces, art and furniture. Gift items are plentiful with stationary, jewellery and totes and purses. They also stock Louise Hill Hong Kong artwork which is a great gift for family and friend’s living abroad! Thorn & Burrow organises workshops too, such as paper crafts and weaving. And oh joy, online shopping too!
Thorn & Burrow, 1/F, 30 High Street, Sai Ying Pun, 2559 9338. Open Tuesdays – Saturday 10am – pm, Sunday 11am – 4pm.
TREE has been around since 2005 and it has only grown better and better with time. At TREE you will find sofas, cabinets and other furniture made of sustainable/eco teak, oak and walnut wood. You will also find lighting and unique accessories, inspired by many countries in Asia. With their mission to give back and renew natural sources they have planted over 60,000 trees to date. TREE can be found in Soho, Sai Kung with their flagship store is in Horizon Plaza. The Horizon Plaza Store is huge and even has a great café for coffee and lunch, a kid’s play area and baby changing rooms. What more could parents and tiny tykes want on a furniture shopping day?
Flagship store in 28/F Horizon plaza, Ap Lei Chau, 2870 1582. Other stores in Soho and Sai Kung. Open daily from 10.30 am to 7 pm.
Other great homeware stores to check out in Hong Kong include:
Aluminium, for genuine designer pieces:
IKEA, for affordable basics:
Second Chance Trading, for secon hand furniture:
Sofa Sale, for more than sofas:
Zara Home, for stylish basics:
Featured image sourced via Pinterest.