From BoConcept to IKEA, furniture stores in Hong Kong stock it all, from luxurious sofas and sofa beds to outdoor furniture and second-hand furniture that are good as new.
Whether you’ve just moved apartments or your teens have grown out of their kids’ furniture, or you just need a change of scene at home, furniture shopping can actually be a surprising way to bond with your family (can’t deny that IKEA trips and furniture assembling has got us closer!). Be it revamping your whole living space, adding additions to your home office or sprucing up with home decor (and plants!), these furniture stores and homeware shops in Hong Kong have everything to sort you out. Happy shopping!
Furniture Stores In Hong Kong
EMOH – Affordable solid wood furniture
Creating a comfortable space that’s equally chic and stylish isn’t always an easy feat but shopping high-quality and sustainably-sourced furniture from EMOH gets us just that (at a budget-friendly price too!). There’s something so calming about bringing the outdoors in with hues of brown in EMOH’s range of houseware made from natural material like oakwood, teak wood, marble and more. If you’re looking for home decor inspos, we highly recommend dropping by their stunning showroom (and it’s almost a given that you won’t leave empty-handed!).
ALOT – Japanese and Thai furniture
Cosy up your space with ALOT’s wooden home furniture from bookshelves to wardrobes, sofa beds and more. The wide range of Japanese furniture and Thai furniture make your house look polished and also we love that they’re long-lasting wood that stand the test of time (and kids scratching the surface with toys!).
Anthropologie – Customisable furniture
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!
BoConcept – Scandinavian furniture
Sleek, stylish and comfortable, the range of home furniture and luxury sofas will have you smitten. Not sure where to begin? Make use of BoConcept’s in-home or in-store interior design service for home restyling tips. You can also shop outdoor furniture for larger spaces.
Decor8 – Affordable furniture store
A 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
Flexa – Scandinavian-style furniture
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!
iDecorate – Trendy and plenty of small furniture for kids
iDecorate has everything from small furniture to loads of accessories – and all of it is beautiful and very trendy. And we are in love with its bath towels! Also, 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 available and it offers free delivery with orders over $500.
IKEA – The go-to choice!
Of course, this list wouldn’t be complete without the Swedish homeware staple, IKEA. Famous for its well-made and reasonably priced furniture pieces, it’s hard to go wrong here. It definitely is a maze to get around and depending on your child, they may either find it fun or intimidating, shop online for the ease of your legs!
Indigo Living – Classy and modern furniture
For big classical or modern pieces, Indigo Living has what you need. It also has a discount outlet at 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.
TREE – Eco-friendly wooden furniture
Looking for eco-friendly furniture that you can grow into? At TREE, you will find sofas, cabinets, and other furniture made of sustainable and eco-friendly teak, oak, and walnut wood. The designs are minimal and can be fitted to suit whichever colour palette that strikes your fancy.
TREE, 28/F, Horizon Plaza, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong, 2870 1582
More Furniture Stores In Hong Kong
- Casa Modernism – Organic, natural and sleek furnishings made of white oak and marble. www.facebook.com/casamodernism
- Establo Lifestyle – Chic designs, minimal packaging and email invoices to save on paper. www.establo.hk
- Mirth – Global collection of furnishings, accessories, artwork, toys, books, children’s clothes and more. www.mirthhome.com
- Momomi – Offer a contemporary twist on traditional Japanese home staples. www.momomijapan.com
- Tequila Kola – A unique selection of affordable luxury pieces from Europe and Asia. www.tequilakola.com
- Timothy Oulton – Everything from comfy and stylish sofas to unique light fittings, office furniture, wall art and much more. www.timothyoulton.com
- Tom Dixon – Specialises in modern lighting, furniture and contemporary accessories. www.tomdixononline.hk
Homeware Stores In Hong Kong
Casa Luna Decor – Boho-themed home decor
For the boho-loving Mamas and Papas, throw in some tassel cushions and stunning stoneware plates and bowls from Casa Luna. Each of its products are handcrafted using artisan techniques from all around the globe and we’re also swooning over the affordable pricing! If you’re looking for home decor inspo, check out their Get The Look page.
kapok – Sleek and modern decorative pieces
We’re not regular Mamas, we’re cool Mamas who shop at kapok! Add a touch of scented aroma with their selection of candles or add a quirky touch to your tableware (honestly, why didn’t sporks exists ages ago?). They also have a good range of stools and chairs that don’t tumble over easily (you need it when you have kids!).
Loveramics – Ceramics, ceramics, ceramics!
Saw some cute cutlery at a cosy cafe or restaurant and wished you could just take it back home? Loveramics has just that! From pastel beauties in their Egg Collection to earthy tones in their Bond Collection, fall in love with both old-time classic ceramics and modern takes, all designed in the UK and made using ethically-sourced materials.
Loveramics (Causeway Bay), G/F, 97 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, 2915 8018
Taobao – Anything and everything!
Quite an honorary mention given its popularity! You can find literally anything and everything at Taobao for a great bargain. While we wouldn’t recommend going for their big furniture pieces for the safety of our kids, there’s no harm in going for their home accessories, tableware and decorative pieces. One feature we absolutely love is, you can simple upload a picture of what you’re looking for and similar products will just show up!
Thorn & Burrow – Bohemian decor pieces
You’ll find chic, travel-inspired bohemian décor pieces, art and furniture at Thorn & Burrow. 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.
Thorn & Burrow (Sai Ying Pun), 1/F, Cheong King Court, 30 High Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, 9840 3886
Zara Home – Modern and classy home accessories
Whether you want an embroidered floral tea towel or a lush faux fur blanket, you can easily add a touch of opulence to your living space and make your furniture pieces stand out even more by accessorising them right. And pro tip, mirrors had more depth to your space and we’re telling you, you can’t go wrong with the round mirrors Zara Home has!
Zara Home (Queen’s Road), 70 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong
Where To Buy Second-Hand Furniture In Hong Kong
An easy-to-use platform for both buying and selling used furniture, Carousell is one of our go-tos for finding second-hand pieces from brands like IKEA, BoConcept and more. The only concern is, you’ll have to arrange your own mode of transport in most cases.
No new name to the game, GeoExpat is a great platform to find good pieces of furniture for much cheaper. With expats coming and going, you can find sofas, cabinets, shelves and more. The pick-up location is usually clearly written and again, you’ll need to arrange the transport yourself.
Upcycle Hong Kong
You can donate your old furniture and watch them turn into stylish new pieces at Upcycle Hong Kong! The green initiative not only minimises waste but also has us adding chic touches for an affordable price. You can find everything from concrete coasters to distressed side tables, children’s wooden tables and chairs, and more!
Editor’s Note: This article was originally written in September, 2018 and most recently updated in June 2022 by Fashila Kanakka.