Good interior design will wow guests while maximising space and effortlessly embodying your personality. Here are 12 Hong Kong-based home decorators to know…
Adding small DIY crafts, house plants and wall art can certainly add some character to your home. But not everyone has the time (or skills) to match their furniture with their home décor or maximise the limited space of their Hong Kong flat. If you want the polish of a professionally designed home, here are 12 Hong Kong-based interior designer companies to know. Whether your aesthetic is more minimal, bohemian or mid-century, these designers will not disappoint.
House of Forme
We’ve waxed lyrical about the aesthetic interiors of Hjem, CLEAN, Melrose Coffee and Gwee Coffee & More, and were floored when we found out that a single company worked on the designs for all these brands. House of Forme is a Hong Kong-based full-service design and creative agency that works closely with brands, businesses and homeowners to craft soulful spaces that tell unique stories. You can trust House of Forme’s team of interior designers, furniture designers, brand designers and architects to bring your dream vision to life.
House of Butler (HOB)
Not your typical Hong Kong designer. If you are looking for an elegant and uncluttered design aesthetic, or something more airy and laid back, full-service interior design studio House of Butler, brings all visions to life with an international range of clients under its belt. Working across both residential and hospitality projects from all sizes and budgets, Founder Amy Butler landed in Hong Kong with Foster+Partners to oversee the renovation works of The Murray Hotel, now her studio works on houses across Hong Kong, London, Malaysia and Spain. “‘I am a lover of all things beautiful and I enjoy helping other people make life beautiful too,” and Amy’s portfolio can attest to that!
House of Butler, Factory O, 17/Fl, Kingley Industrial Building, 33-35 Yip Kan Street, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, 5616 3030, email@example.com, Facebook: House of Butler, Instagram: @_houseofbutler_, www.houseofbutler.hk
Whether you’re renovating your entire apartment or want to revamp a specific room, Atelier Lane will take care of the space planning, interior architecture, interior styling, furniture selection and more. You’ll be working closely with the interior designers throughout the process for a finish that marries traditional and contemporary designs. We love their spacious and airy works throughout Hong Kong and Sydney.
Joyce Wang Studio
Based in Hong Kong and London, Joyce Wang Studio’s stunning, artistic interior designs span from classic eateries like The Magistracy, ICHU and Mott 32, as well as the Landmark Mandarin Oriental in Hong Kong. She has also designed private residences in Hong Kong wherein she makes sure to embody her client’s personality into the final look. Check out her portfolio to see what we mean!
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Combining the creative minds of architect Terence Ngan and interior designer Ed Ng, AB Concept has been in the industry for over 20 years. The brand boasts a luxurious, global portfolio from ARGO at Four Seasons Hong Kong to K11 MUSEA and private residences around the world. For the team at AB Concept, it’s about balancing contrasting elements, adding touches of local tradition and using space to create a sense of togetherness.
With a background in fashion design, fine arts and art direction, your space is in safe hands with world-renowned interior designer Deborah. Mingling livability and richness, her signature transformations typically involve detailed furnishings, statement paintings and photography. She often uses clients’ existing decorative pieces and draws extra attention to them — we’re particular fans of her work at Silverstrand!
Steve Leung — an internationally renowned architect, interior and product designer — founded his company back in 1997 which has grown into one of the largest interior design companies in Asia (with over 500 devoted designers and professionals!). Signature projects include Hyatt Regency Hong Kong in Sha Tin, The Palm in Dubai and Shangri-La Hotel at the Shard in London, amongst others. And its residential projects are just as impressive!
Comprising a tight-knit family of passionate designers, book a consultation with Liquid Interior if you want to create a space that’s comfortable, rejuvenating, and brings outdoor elements inside. Taking a holistic and sustainable approach, the team aims to bring you closer to nature, prioritising clean air and natural lighting. Take a look at Liquid Interiors’ projects to get a better idea of their design style.
Founders Philip Tang & Brian Ip lead with the philosophy of being modest and returning to basics whilst creating a comfortable atmosphere for their clients. Each team is led by a passionate interior designer who listens carefully to your needs and wants before making a start. Masters of effortlessly blending in different patterns, textures and colours, we’re in awe of their impressive portfolio.
A Hong Kong-based architecture and interior design studio with origins in France and Japan, Bean Buro works across residential projects, retail, hospitality and art galleries. Given the founders’ backgrounds, you can expect plenty of wooden elements and curved designs, all of which maximise space whilst looking minimal. Explore their projects here.
The Editors Company
Collaborating with over 60 brands including TREE, Indigo Living and BoConcept, the designers at The Editors Company pay close attention to your style and needs whilst maintaining quality. We also love how detailed the online portfolio is, virtually guiding us through style tips, budget and glimpses of the decorating process!
According to hoo, each home is one of a kind and carries its own character. No matter the space or size, no idea is too extravagant for the team. A lot of their designs are a mix of modern meets mid-century with rustic touches here and there to add more character. If you don’t want a complete interior renovation, you also pick a specific room to redecorate.
Editor’s Note: “Home Decorators In Hong Kong: Interior Design And Decor” was most recently updated in June 2023 by Team Sassy.
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Main image courtesy of hoo via Instagram, image 1 courtesy of House of Forme, image 2 courtesy of House of Butler via Instagram, image 3 courtesy of Joyce Wang Studio, image 3 courtesy of Deborah Oppenheimer, image 4 courtesy of Liquid Interiors, image 5 courtesy of Bean Buro, image 6 courtesy of hoo via Instagram.