28 March, 2023
Furniture Stores Hong Kong Homeware Home & Decor
Furniture Stores Hong Kong Homeware Home & Decor
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Buying Furniture In Hong Kong: Furniture Stores & Homeware Shops

28 March, 2023
Furniture Stores Hong Kong Homeware Home & Decor

Looking for furniture in Hong Kong beyond the go-to IKEA? There are plenty of furniture stores and they stock everything from your sofa to soft furnishings and homewares.

Want to be your own interior designer? 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 our top pick of physical and online Hong Kong furniture stores and homeware shops. Happy shopping!

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Heveya® – All your bedroom necessities sorted

Did you know that we spend a third of our lives in bed? That makes investing in the look and quality of your bedroom a necessity for your health and well-being. Luckily, specialist homeware store Heveya® has us fully covered with its one-stop bedding offering, composed of mattresses, bed bases and bedding accessories. We love that every product at Heveya® is made of natural and sustainable materials. Our top product pick? The brand’s Heveya® Organic Latex Mattresses range, that comes equipped with seven-zone body support and customisable firmness levels for the perfect night’s sleep.

New Sassy Perk StickerSassy readers can get two Natural Organic Latex Pillows (worth $1,500 each) by mentioning “Sassy” when purchasing a Heveya® mattress in-store. Plus, use discount code SASSYSHEETS at online checkout for 10% off Heveya®’s Bamboo or Linen Sheets Bundle (including a duvet cover, one fitted sheet and four pillowcases). Valid until Sunday, 31 March, 2024.

Heveya®, 28/F Horizon Plaza, Ap Lei Chau (Located in TREE’s Flagship Store), 2870 1582, WhatsApp: 6286 1132

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Manks Limited – Scandinavian modern design

Manks has been delivering quality Scandinavian furniture for over 25 years, and it remains the classic location to visit for those looking to transform their living space with the best of Scandinavian design. Its 6,000 sq. ft. loft-style design store in Wong Chuk Hang is a definitive shopping destination with a comprehensive collection of mid-century modern lounge chairs, contemporary sofas, solid wood dining tables and a vast amount of minimalist designer lighting. The premium quality and craftsmanship of Scandinavian modern design stand the test of time and style!

New Sassy Perk StickerUse code SassyEgg to enjoy 15% off when purchasing the Egg Chair by Arne Jacobsen. Valid from Monday, 1 April, 2023 to Tuesday, 30 April, 2023.

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

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EMOH® – Affordable and sustainable solid wood furniture

Advocating a simplistic way of living, EMOH believes that a minimalist lifestyle leads to a happier and more fulfilling life, so it curates high-quality, sustainable, affordable furniture and home decor. Whether you’re looking to furnish your entire home or add a few statement pieces, EMOH has something for everyone. Head to its Kwun Tong showroom to get a real feel of the furniture or browse the full collection online. Interior design not your forte? EMOH® offers professional home styling services to help you create a space you’ll love.

EMOH®, Room 1001, Century Centre, 44-46 Hung To Road, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong, 3621 0751, Facebook: EMOH, Instagram: @emoh_furniturewww.emohdesign.com

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The Editors Company – Online Home Styling Service

Though not a furniture shop itself per se, The Editors Company makes the list for its one-stop home styling service, which will give you access to over 100 furniture and decor brands! The online home styling platform is a dream for those who want a stylish home, without the hassle of having to design and source every cupboard, rug or vase. For a flat-fee of HKD3,500 per room, your dedicated home stylist will work with you through everything from the pieces you should buy to where to place it in your room and how to style it up after.

The Editors Company, www.editorscompany.com

ALOT – Hong Kong furniture store specialising in solid wood pieces

If you love natural wood tones, ALOT is the furniture shop for you, specialising exclusively in solid wood pieces, ranging from coffee and side tables, bookshelves, pet-friendly sofas and even rocking chairs.

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

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BoConcept – High-end furniture in Hong Kong known for its Scandinavian designs

This well-known Danish export brings contemporary Scandinavian designs to Hong Kong. We’re talking sleek home office chairs, timeless sofas and armchairs, stylish storage solutions and more. Make use of BoConcept’s in-home or in-store interior design service for home restyling tips.

BoConcept, various locations across Hong Kong, www.boconcept.com

Decor8 – A range of affordable home furniture in Hong Kong

Known for its comprehensive online site and commitment to quality and efficiency, Decor8 is one of the best-known Hong Kong 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.

Sassy Tip: Decor8 also offers furniture rental services for a maximum period of two months, find out more here.

Decor8 (Mong Kok), 9/F, Unit B, Fuk Chiu Factory Building, 20 Bute Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2254 8878

Decor8, 8/F, Shun Pont Commercial Building, 5-11 Thomson Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 5104 8325, www.decor8.com.hk

HOMELESS – Wide collection of sofas and chairs, also great for housewarming gift shopping

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

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

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iDecorate – A range of modern and mid-century furniture and homeware

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.

iDecorate, 3421 1279, www.idecorateshop.com

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INSIDE – A one-stop shop for eclectic home furniture and homeware

If “vintage” and “rustic” feature heavily as buzzwords in your dream home aesthetic, look no further than INSIDE. There is handcrafted furniture and homeware products from around the globe, heavily curated to ensure that everything it sells exudes a vibrant eclectic feel.

INSIDE, various locations across Hong Kong, 2812 6685, www.inside.com.hk

Staunton & Henry – Online furniture store stocking affordable and stylish furniture and accessories

From rattan headboards to Nordic-inspired rocking chairs and Moroccan leather pouffes, the collection at Staunton & Henry 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.

Staunton & Henry, 3125 2538www.stauntonandhenry.com 

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Tequila Kola – A one-stop Hong Kong furniture store

This homegrown lifestyle store houses a unique selection of affordable luxury pieces from Europe and Asia and also carries a number of well-known brands. Make sure to visit Tequila Kola’s massive Horizon Plaza showroom, where you’ll be inspired by gorgeous displays.

Tequila Kola, 1/F, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong, 2877 3295, WhatsApp: 6933 8835www.tequilakola.com

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TREE – Eco-wood furniture in Hong Kong

Whether you shop online or in its 25,000 sq ft Horizon Plaza flagship store, TREE is your one-stop destination to create a home that’s uniquely yours. Alongside its signature eco-wood collections, you’ll find a stunning selection of sofas and sofa beds, plus an eclectic mix of handcrafted decorative accessories.

TREE, 28/F, Horizon Plaza, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong, 2870 1582

TREE, Shop 101-102, HomeSquare, Sha Tin, Hong Kong, 2841 8844, www.tree.com.hk

Upcycle Hong Kong – Shop upcycled furniture or upcycle your own!

Sustainability rules at Upcycle. This homegrown 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.

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

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Zara Home – Chic home accessories and small furniture

High-street fashion 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.

Zara Home (Queen’s Road), 70 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong (temporarily unavailable for online order pick-up)

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

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More Hong Kong Furniture And Homeware Stores

  • Archetypal – Committed to importing only original furniture designs from the most exciting up-and-coming brands from around the world. www.archetypal.hk
  • Casa Luna Decor – From tassel cushions, jute door mats, macramé planters and more, each of its products is handcrafted using artisan techniques from all around the globe. www.casalunadecor.com
  • Casa Modernism – This Hong Kong furniture store features organic, natural and sleek furnishings made of white oak and marble. www.facebook.com/casamodernism
  • Establo Lifestyle – Packed with cool Scandinavian-style statement furniture pieces and home accessories. www.stablo.hk
  • IKEA – A one-stop-shop for all your home furniture needs. www.ikea.com
  • Indigo Living – Aside from selling furniture in Hong Kong, it also offers furniture rental and interior design services. www.indigo-living.com
  • JG Casa – With excellent craftsmanship and tasteful designs, this family-run business is all about giving us affordable luxury furniture in Hong Kong. www.jgcasa.com
  • Loveramics – Designed in the UK and made with ethically-sourced materials, head here for darling tableware, kitchen prep tools, artist-inspired mugs and more. www.loveramics.com
  • Momomi – Contemporary twist on the traditional Japanese home staples. www.momomijapan.com
  • Thorn & Burrow – Expect colourful ceramic vases, vibrant vintage rugs, candles and more. www.thornandburrow.com

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Editor’s Note: “Your Guide To Hong Kong Furniture Stores & Homeware Shops” was most recently updated in March 2023 by Fashila Kanakka. With thanks to Abegaile Legaspi and Lexi Davey for their contributions.

This article contains editorial selections and paid partnerships.

Main image courtesy of Spacejoy via Unsplash, image 1 courtesy of Heveya, image 2 courtesy of Manks, image 3 courtesy of EMOH, image 4 courtesy of BoConcept via Facebook, image 5 courtesy of Inside via Facebook, image 6 courtesy of Tequila Kola via Facebook, image 7 courtesy of TREE Hong Kong via Facebook, image 8 courtesy of Indigo Living via Facebook

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