23 February, 2021
Hong Kong Furniture Shops
Hong Kong Furniture Shops
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Your Guide To Hong Kong Furniture & Homeware Shops

23 February, 2021
Hong Kong Furniture Shops

Looking for some new pieces to upgrade your home? Check out our favourite Hong Kong furniture and homeware shops…

Hong Kong’s furniture industry has grown massively over the past couple of years, and decking out your home has never been easier. Whether you’re looking for a cosy new sofa, elegant dining table, charming ceramics, towels and everything in between, the sky’s the limit. Ahead, browse through for our top pick of physical and online Hong Kong furniture and homeware shops. Happy shopping!

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Hong Kong Furniture Shops

ALOT Living

ALOT

If you love natural wood tones, ALOT is the furniture shop for you. As per the name (ALOT stands for After Life Of Tree), the brand specialises exclusively in solid wood pieces, ranging from coffee and side tables, book shelves, pet-friendly sofas and even rocking chairs.

Shop online or in-store.

ALOT, various locations across Hong Kong, info@alot.com.hk, www.alot.com.hk

Archetypal

This design-led boutique is a must-know for those serious about interior design. Archetypal is committed to importing only original designs from the most exciting up-and-coming brands from around the world. The contemporary lighting selection, in particular, is a standout here.

Browse online and shop in-store.

Archetypal, G/F, 15 Moon Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 2320 0580, info@archetypal.hkarchetypal.hk

Decor8

Known for its comprehensive online site (which is updated on a weekly basis!) and a commitment to quality and efficiency, Decor8 is one of Hong Kong’s best-known furniture shops for a reason. Expect a wide range of contemporary chic furniture, including customisable wooden tables, mid-century inspired chairs, luxurious cowhide rugs and more.

Shop online or in-store.

Decor8 (Mong Kok), 9/F, Unit B, Fuk Chiu Factory Building, 20 Bute Street, Mong Kok, Hong Kong

Decor8, 8/F, Shun Pont Commercial Building, 5-11 Thomson Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, info@decor8.com.hk, www.decor8.com.hk

Establo Lifestyle

Establo Lifestyle

Minimalist Scandinavian design is the name of the game at Establo Lifestyle. This furniture shop is packed with cool statement furniture pieces and home accessories. We love that green living is at the core of the Establo buying experience, with minimal packaging and email invoices to save on paper. Every little helps!

Shop online or in-store.

Establo Lifestyle, D6B, 7/F, Block B, TML Tower, 3 Hoi Shing Road, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong (by appointment only), 3565 5207, inquire@establo.hk, establo.hk

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HOMELESS

With an emphasis on designer products, HOMELESS is a staple on the Hong Kong furniture shop scene. We love how its collections are not only practical, but stylish and fun to use too. Brands to look out for include HAY, Normann Copenhagen and Umbra.

Shop online or in-store.

HOMELESS, various locations across Hong Kong, 9309 7120, info@homeless.hk, homeless.hk

iDecorate

iDecorate

Bringing the best of Western design to Hong Kong (and at friendly prices to boot!), iDecorate is the place to go for on-trend home decor and furniture pieces. With an eclectic catalogue of over 2,000 products, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Plus, did we mention that there’s free home delivery on orders over $2,000?

Shop online.

iDecorate, 9319 3117, www.idecorateshop.com

IKEA

Of course, this list wouldn’t be complete without the Swedish homeware staple, IKEA. Famous for its well-made and reasonably priced items, it’s hard to go wrong here. To upgrade your IKEA buys, we recommend shopping elsewhere for finishing touches like knobs and handles, or even getting creative with a splash of paint!

Shop online or in-store.

IKEA, various locations across Hong Kong, www.ikea.com

Indigo Living

Investing in your own home is always money well spent, and there are few better places to do it than Indigo Living. This is our go-to Hong Kong furniture shop for the big statement pieces. Prices are on the higher side, but discounts can be found at its outlet in Horizon Plaza. Indigo Living also offers furniture rental and interior design services as well for those in need of an additional helping hand.

Shop online or in-store.

Indigo Living, various locations across Hong Kong, www.indigo-living.com

INSIDE

INSIDE

If “vintage” and “rustic” feature heavily as buzzwords in your dream home aesthetic, look no further than INSIDE. This pick houses handcrafted furniture and homeware products from around the globe, heavily curated to ensure that everything it sells exudes a vibrant eclectic feel. If you’re after something to make your abode stand out from the crowd, don’t miss INSIDE’s special one-off limited edition pieces, created in collaboration with skilled artisans. To sweeten the deal, enjoy free home delivery for orders over $1,500.

Shop online or in-store.

INSIDE (Repulse Bay), G104, The Repulse Bay, Southside, Hong Kong, 2812 6685

INSIDE (Wong Chuk Hang), 11/F, Unit A, Victory Factory Building, 16 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong (by appointment only), 2812 6685, www.inside.com.hk

JG Casa

From sofas and armchairs to beds and nightstands, JG Casa easily ticks all the boxes on your household essentials checklist. With excellent craftsmanship and tasteful designs, this family-run business is all about giving us affordable luxury. Head here for a vast collection of fashionable and contemporary pieces at reasonable prices to help furnish the home of your dreams.

Shop online or in-store.

JG Casa (Wan Chai), G/F and 1/F, Queen’s Cube, 235-237 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

JG Casa (Kwun Tong), 19/F, Gravity, 29 Hing Yip Street, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong, info@jgcasa.com, WhatsApp: 9385 5155/6119 1895, www.jgcasa.com

Manks

Manks

Beauty meets functionality at Manks. This Hong Kong furniture shop is known for its modern Scandinavian aesthetic; think clean lines and neutral hues, with touches of textural warmth. This pick also has a great consignment section for any bargain hunters.

Shop online or in-store.

Manks, 14/F, Cheung Tak Industrial Building, 30 Heung Yip Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, 2522 2115, info@manks.com, www.manks.com

Mirth

Housed in a 1960s warehouse where (rather appropriately) a stool factory used to be, Mirth is packed to the brim with an impressive global collection of furnishings, accessories, artwork and more. Look out for the selection of Hong Kong-themed treasures for a taste of “Home Kong”.

Shop in-store.

Mirth, 3/F, Yally Industrial Centre, 6 Yip Fat Street, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, www.instagram.com/mirth_hk

MUJI

MUJI

Transform your home into a calming ode to Japanese minimalism thanks to MUJI. Best known for its chic and stylish storage solutions, its furniture options maintain that signature simply chic aesthetic; think lots of wood tones mixed with muted fabrics. This is also a great spot to pick up affordable kitchenware!

Browse online and shop in-store.

MUJI, various locations across Hong Kong, www.muji.com

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Organic Modernism

Make all your mid-century interior dreams come true at Organic Modernism. This Brooklyn export features organic, natural and sleek furnishings made of white oak and marble. Beauty and function are both key here, with an emphasis on approachable price points.

Shop online or in-store.

Organic Modernism, Unit 803-8044, 8/F, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong, 2556 9499, horizonplaza@organicmodernism.com, www.organicmodernism.com

Staunton & Henry

Helping you to “make your home your own”, Staunton & Henry’s online boutique is packed to the brim with beautiful furniture and homeware, at beautiful prices too! From rattan headboards to Nordic-inspired rocking chairs and Moroccan leather poufs, the collection consists of a great range of high quality designer dupes (including Eames, Wegner, Nelson and more), allowing you to add instant style to your abode for a fraction of the price.

Shop online.

Staunton & Henry, 3125 2538hello@stauntonandhenry.com, stauntonandhenry.com 

Timothy Oulton

Timothy Oulton

Established in 1976, we love the fabulously British array of furniture, homewares and accessories that Timothy Oulton offers. The brand’s collection of eclectic décor and timeless pieces never fail to draw us in, stocking everything from comfy and stylish sofas to unique light fittings, office furniture, wall art and much more.

Shop online or in-store.

Timothy Oulton (Central), 57 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, 2161 1742

Timothy Oulton (Horizon Plaza), 2/F, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong,
2789 8090, www.timothyoulton.com

Tequila Kola

Upholstery specialist Tequila Kola is a no-brainer for all your sofa and armchair needs, but did you know that it stocks a whole range of furniture and decor pieces too? We’re big fans of its unique selection of vintage trunks and vibrant cushions and fabrics – they’re just the thing to add a bit of character to your abode. If you’re planning on shopping for a number of items, make sure to go to its showroom to enjoy discounts on bulk purchases.

Shop online or in-store.

Tequila Kola, 1/F, Unit 1-7, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong, sales@tequilakola.com, www.tequilakola.com

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Tom Dixon

A well-known name in the world of interior design, self-taught British designer Tom Dixon specialises in modern lighting, furniture and contemporary accessories. The collections here are the epitome of contemporary sophistication.

Shop online or in-store.

Tom Dixon, 52 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, 2882 2068, hongkong@tomdixon.net, www.tomdixononline.hk

TREE

TREE

We’re big fans of homegrown brands, and love that TREE’s roots are firmly planted in Hong Kong. The go-to for all things sustainably stylish, deck out your entire home with unique, timeless pieces that have been lovingly crafted using reclaimed or recycled solid teak, oak or walnut.

TREE, various locations across Hong Kong, www.tree.com.hk

Upcycle Hong Kong

Sustainability rules at Upcycle. This Hong Kong furniture shop turns old lifeless pieces into must-haves that you’ll be more than pleased to welcome into your home. Upcycle also has a made-to-measure service which includes re-upholstery, custom curtains and cushions in an array of beautiful fabrics.

Sassy Tip: Got an old piece of furniture to get rid of? Consider donating it to Upcycle Hong Kong.

Shop online.

Upcycle Hong Kong, WhatsApp: 9515 4069, upcyclehongkong@gmail.com, www.upcyclehongkong.com

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Hong Kong Homeware Shops

Bamboa Home

Bamboa Home

Hailing as the first bamboo retailer in Asia, Bamboa Home is a treasure trove of eco-friendly home and lifestyle products made entirely from sustainable bamboo. Handmade in Asia by local families and communities, all of its products (including beddings, towels and kitchenware) are stylish and biodegradable to boot.

Shop online and in-store.

Bamboa (Cityplaza), Glasshouse 1, 1/F, Cityplaza, 18 Tai Koo Shing Road, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong

Bamboa (PMQ), S304, Tower A, PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2291 0285, hello@bamboahome.com, bamboahome.com

FLOWPlusLiving

Adorn your kitchen with ceramics goodies from FlOWPlusLiving, which are all exquisitely handcrafted with a refreshingly modern touch. Discreetly tucked away in the creative hub of PMQ, this colourful ceramics heaven offers a wide range of products such as delicate vases, unique plates, modern cups and more!

Shop in-store.

FlowPlusLiving, H207, 2/F, Hollywood Block B, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong, connect@flowplusliving.comwww.instagram.com/flowplusliving

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G.O.D Goods of Desire

For quintessentially Hong Kong home decor, Goods of Desire is the place to be with designs that embody the city’s rich history and culture. Don’t miss the brand’s quirky collection of local token items – the perfect addition to your bookshelf or coffee table.

Shop online or in-store.

G.O.D Goods of Desire, various locations across Hong Kong, eshop@god.com.hk, www.god.com.hk

H&M Home

Much like its clothing arm, H&M Home is full of hidden homeware gems which look far more expensive than their price tags. Here you’ll find on-trend decor accessories like cushions, rugs, table linen and bedding (to name but a few!). We love heading here when we’re in the mood to refresh our interiors without spending a fortune.

Shop in-store.

H&M Home, 3/F, Hang Lung Centre, 2-20 Paterson Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, www.hm.com

kapok

kapok

Fill your home with a collection of “future classics” courtesy of homegrown favourite kapok. Here you’ll find a haven of quirky designer additions to elevate your abode, including candles, coffee table tomes and tableware from the likes of Printworks, Vitra and Serax.

Shop online or in-store.

kapok, various locations across Hong Kong, ka-pok.com

KBEN & HOL

Specialising in artisanal homeware and handwoven textiles, KBEN & HOL brings the beauty of Cambodia to Hong Kong. The pieces here are crafted by expert Cambodian artisans before being finished in Hong Kong. Working closely with local communities, the brand champions small batch production, so if you see something you love you’d better snap it up fast! Take your pick from a gorgeous selection of delicately patterned pillows, blankets and tableware.

Shop online.

KBEN & HOL, contact@kbenhol.com, www.kbenhol.com

Lantau Ren

Live out your island dreams with Lantau Ren, a brand of lifestyle and homeware products created by a stay-at-home mum who, you guessed it, lives on the island. Heavily instilled with doses of humour, style and love, we’re big fans of its quirky range of Hong Kong inspired decor accessories.

Shop online.

Lantau Ren, lantaurenshop@gmail.com, www.lantauren.com

Loveramics

Loveramics

Calling all ceramics lovers! Loveramics brings a breath of fresh air to the traditional ceramics industry. This award-winning brand has taken the world by storm with its innovative, yet practical, brand of urban tableware. Designed in the UK and made with ethically-sourced materials from all over the world, head here for darling tableware, kitchen prep tools, artist-inspired mugs and more!

Shop online and in-store.

Loveramics (Causeway Bay), G/F, 97 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, 2915 8018

Loveramics (Tai Kwun), Shop 104, Barrack Block, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central, 2884 0003, www.loveramics.com

MINT

MINT (or Made In New Territories) has made a name for itself by stocking an array of homemade Hong Kong inspired trinkets and statement decor pieces. This pick is perhaps best known for its colourful vintage postboxes and bright bird cages, which are sure to make a splash in any home.

Shop online.

MINT, minthongkong@outlook.com, www.minthongkong.com

Paperbark HOME

Inject some relaxed Australian cool into your interiors with online homeware boutique Paperbark HOME. The brand’s collection embodies the warm, natural tones of coastal Australian landscapes with a medley of woven and ceramic textures in muted neutrals.

Shop online.

Paperback HOME, www.paperbarkhome.com

Pinyin Press

Pinyin Press

Inspired by the everyday icons of contemporary Asia, Pinyin Press’ adorable homeware pays homage to everything from dumplings to lucky cats. Perfect for sprucing up a dull home, founder Sarah Armstrong’s distinctive hand-drawn designs can be found on tea towels, bone china mugs, trays, aprons and tote bags – to name but a few!

Shop online.

Pinyin Press, www,pinyinpress.com

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The Pink Lotus

Founded by Ameesha Kapadia, The Pink Lotus offers up a beautiful selection of products that have been handcrafted in India. Shop its vibrant collection on Facebook or get in touch with Ameesha herself for the scoop on the latest signature styles.

The Pink Lotus, 6994 3047, thepinklotus.hk@gmail.com, www.facebook.com/thepinklotushk

Thorn & Burrow

Thorn & Burrow

Located in the heart of Sai Ying Pun (with ample opportunities for coffee and lunch after your shopping spree!), Thorn & Burrow is a treasure trove of boho-chic homeware delights. Expect colourful ceramic vases, vibrant vintage rugs, candles and more. In addition to homeware, this pick is fantastic for gifts!

Shop online or in-store.

Thorn & Burrow, 1/F, 30 High Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, 9840 3886, hello@thornandburrow.com, www.thornandburrow.com

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White Contemporary Homewares

For those who think that neutrals are boring, think again! At White you’ll find a universally appealing collection of beautiful and stylish home accessories in various neutral hues, carefully crafted by a variety of artisans and product design houses from around the world.

Shop online.

White Contemporary Homewares, info@WhiteHK.comwww.whitehk.com

Zara Home

High street staple Zara delivers on the home front too with an array of contemporary chic pieces, coming in at wallet-friendly prices. With frequent new releases and collections, there’s always something new to add to your wishlist.

Shop in-store.

Zara Home, Shop G-26, G/F, Festival Walk, 80 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong, 2462 3268, www.zarahome.com

Editor’s Note: This post was originally written by Laurian on 27, June 2016, and was most recently updated by Team Sassy in February 2021. With thanks to Abegaile Legaspi and Lexi Davey for their contributions.

 

Featured image courtesy of Hutomo Abrianto via Unsplash, image 1 courtesy of ALOT via Instagram, image 2 courtesy of Establo Lifestyle via Instagram, image 3 courtesy of iDecorate via Instagram, image 4 courtesy of INSIDE via Instagram, image 5 courtesy of Manks via Instagram, image 6 courtesy of MUJI via Instagram, image 7 courtesy of Timothy Oulton via Instagram, image 8 courtesy of TREE, image 9 courtesy of Bamboa Home via Instagram, image 10 courtesy of kapok via Instagram, image 11 courtesy of Loveramics via Instagram, image 12 courtesy of Pinyin Press via Instagram, image 13 courtesy of Thorn & Burrow via Instagram.

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