11 Hong Kong Homeware Brands To Give Your Home A Luxe Update
1/11 Lane Crawford
A one-stop-shop for furniture, decor, bedding, lighting, home appliances and kitchenware, Lane Crawford is the place to go for luxurious pieces for your home.
From André Fu Living to Tom Dixon, the Lane Crawford has got you sorted with designer brands just a click away and delivered straight to your door, making it effortless to furnish the home of your dreams.
2/11 Harvey Nichols
Whether you’re looking for a candle holder that doubles as home decor, or a throw blanket over your sofa to give your living room a cosy feel, Harvey Nichols offers a curated collection of homeware items that will add luxe details to your home.
Check out the stores at Landmark of Pacific Place, or browse their beautiful, eye-catching pieces online.
If you’re looking for home decor inspiration or furniture to spruce up your home, Inside will not disappoint.
Stocking everything from dinnerware and jewellery boxes to bed frames and dining tables, Inside is a comprehensive home furniture decor and lifestyle store with two locations in Repulse Bay and Wong Chuk Hang.
Inside, G104, The Repulse Bay, 109 Repulse Bay Road, Hong Kong; 11/F, Unit A, Victory Factory Building, 16 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong, inside.com.hk
See also: 5 Best Personal Air Purifiers In Hong Kong For 2020
4/11 Igloo Homeware
Carrying boutique homeware collections from Japan, Denmark, Canada and India, Igloo homeware pays homage to functionality, simplicity and craftsmanship through straight-forward, uncomplicated designs.
Natural wood is a recurring theme in the handcrafted furniture Igloo offers, characterised by clean lines and minimalist aesthetic inspired by Scandinavian and Japanese designs.
Igloo Homeware, G/F, 46 Sai Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, igloohk.com
See also: Home Tour: A Museum-Inspired Minimalist Apartment
5/11 Indigo Living
You’ll find nothing but premium quality furniture at Indigo Living, the go-to store for interior, furniture and accessory solutions that aim to provide aesthetic without compromising quality.
With 10 shops across the city, Indigo Living houses a vast range of stylish, high-end furniture and home decor items that will elevate any Hong Kong household.
Indigo Living, various locations around Hong Kong, indigo-living.com
It’s impossible to not mention Tree, a homegrown, upscale furniture shop that places an emphasis on solid eco-wood furniture. Having been around for more than a decade, Tree has transformed many Hong Kong homes with timeless pieces that are eco-friendly and sustainably stylish.
There’s nothing quite like visiting one of the three Tree stores, each decorated with cosy sofas, statement lightings and individually unique finishing touches sitting alongside the eco-wood furniture—which are all available for purchase in-store or online.
Tree, various locations around Hong Kong, tree.com.hk
7/11 GOD (Goods of Desire)
This list wouldn’t be complete without GOD, a one-of-a-kind lifestyle shop dedicated to all things Hong Kong.
Add a bit of Hong Kong fun to your home with “Nathan Road” pillow cases, a “Hong Kong Chickens” bath mat and “Hong Kong Street Signs” wine markers—all playfully instilled with doses of local culture and humour.
GOD, various locations around Hong Kong, god.com.hk
A home decor heaven, Anthropologie offers a broad range of home accessories from all over the world, from hanging wall art, pots and planters to curtains.
You can easily spend hours browsing the online shop and choosing your favourites from endless choices of beautiful designed homeware items—the tribal hanging baskets and wire wallflowers are just some of the unique statement pieces that will add a true sense of character to your home.
Available online at anthropologie.com
9/11 Staunton & Henry
Home to an impressive collection of artisanal home accessories, furniture, lighting and everything in between, Staunton & Henry is a local hidden gem that stocks Instagram-worthy pieces that will help you step up your interior design game effortlessly.
Here, you’ll find quirky picture frames, chic round rugs and even wall art and murals—which are categorised by style, including bohemian, Scandinavian, natural wood, industrial and more.
Available online at stauntonandhenry.com
Want to get the cosy minimalist Scandinavian style at home? EMOH offers an array of Nordic-style sofas, lighting and home accessories featuring harmonious tones, wood accents and natural marble elements, carefully crafted by artisans and designers from around the world.
Pop into their store in Kwun Tong to check out the latest collections, or discover exclusive online deals at your fingertips.
EMOH, Room 1001, 10/F, Century Centre, 44-46 Hung To Road, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong, emohdesign.com
See also: Inside Designer Bill Bensley's Whimsical Home In Bangkok
Founded in Denmark in 1952, BoConcept is known for its premium-quality, customisable furniture which can be adapted for either size, colour, material or components.
A visit to BoConcept will allow you to get free styling advice from the in-store interior designers, who will delve into your specific needs and lifestyle to help you create a personal home.
BoConcept, various locations around Hong Kong, boconcept.com
See also: This Eclectic, Art-Filled Home In Mid-Levels Is A Work Of Art