Looking to spruce up your home? From statement pieces to living essentials, these are the best furniture stores in Hong Kong
As interior design addicts, we’re constantly on the prowl for the best velvet sofas, modern light fixtures and anything Scandi-designed, and while we love a good home store, when it comes to furniture, you need to get a bit more specific. So if you’re moving into a new place or gathering inspo for a living room makeover, we’ve already done the research for you. Here are the best furniture stores in Hong Kong to deck out your digs. P.S. you may want to take some inspiration from our fave design restaurants in the city or the best design hotels in Asia!
Spruce up your home with picks from these furniture stores in Hong Kong
Love all things custom? There’s plenty packed in this Australian furniture and homeware shop founded by husband and wife team Andrew and Caroline Olah. Their selection of trendy furniture is fully customizable – start with any of four design bases – the beachy ‘Boxy Bob’, slick ‘Simple Suzy’, classic ‘Vintage Vinny’ or quirky ‘Wire Willy’ and build your way up from there.
Shop Reddie online.
When you’re thinking about furniture stores in Hong Kong, you may not have even heard of Ziinlife, but it’s one of our faves. Looking for statement homeware pieces at an affordable price-point? Ziinlife is full of affordable gems to fill your household. This modern furniture brand from Shanghai specialises in well-crafted furniture featuring clean lines and exceptional design.
Ziinlife, 5/F, New Media Tower, 82 Hung To Rd, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong, p. 2180 8015, 觀塘 鴻圖道82號 新傳媒集團中心5樓
Furniture Land is a direct-to-consumer furniture e-commerce site, which means that you can get big-ticket items for much less than what you’d get at a brick-and-mortar. From industrial dining stools to vintage love seats and modern office chairs to mid-century desks, Furniture Land has it all.
Shop Furniture Land online.
When it comes to furniture stores in Hong Kong, TREE must be on your radar. The furniture and home goods store sources eco-friendly items made from recycled teak and contemporary pieces made by walnut and oak wood that have been sustainably sourced. That’s not all – TREE gives back by donating to Trees4Trees – a non-profit organisation that helps protect natural forests in Indonesia. Shopping to save the world? Now that’s a cause we can get behind.
TREE, 28/Floor, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong, p. 2870 1582, 鴨脷洲利榮街2號海怡工貿中心28樓
For envy-inducing interiors, make your way to Indigo Living, a seriously stylish home store touting designer furniture and a cool collection of curated wares. From leather armchairs with vintage vibes and velvet sofas in pastel colors, shop here for high-design furniture and quirky home accessories.
Indigo Living, Shop B2, G/F, 63-69 Caine Road, Mid-Levels, Hong Kong, p. 2317 0368, 香港半山堅道63-69號地下B2商舖
Trying to track down that velvet 1950s sofa you saw on Instagram? iDecorate is the perfect shop for the understated glamourai who wants a stylish abode. A treasure trove of great home buys, find everything from stylish brass bar carts to trendy statement sofas perfect for sipping martinis on. The best part? iDecorate’s nifty online shop means that you can shop in your PJs without ever leaving the comforts of your bed.
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We’ll always have a soft spot for Ikea and its wealth of Scandi furniture and home décor options (at a price-point that can’t be beat!) You can’t argue with the amazingness that is their Kallax shelf units, the iconic Malm bed, and affordable rugs. If you’re decorating on a budget but still want to upgrade these pieces, check out those famous Ikea Hacks for a little weekend DIY project.
Ikea has branches across Hong Kong.
For chic finds, Decor8 is a modern furniture shop filled with an endless array of décor options. Swoop up ultra-stylish furnishings like cowhide rugs, velvet poufs and modern light fixtures to fit your dream living space. This is definitely one of the most popular furniture stores in Hong Kong.
Decor8, 9/F Unit B, Fuk Chiu Factory Bldg, 20 Bute St, Mong Kok, Hong Kong, p. 2254 8878, 旺角弼街20號福照工廠大廈9樓B室
Love a clean, natural aesthetic? Then get to know ALOT (After Life Of Tree), a home furnishing shop that aims to bring nature into the home with their curations of Scandi-inspired design-led wooden furniture. Our picks include their Klad Chair, Lock Bar Stool and Spot Coffee Table series.
Alot, 41 Gage St, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2808 1248, 中環結志街41號
From antiques to designer pieces; Manks is all about modern aesthetics. If you’re on the hunt for designer Scandi pieces, there’s plenty to love like the iconic Nanna Ditzel Trinidad chair and Fritz Hansen Swan Chair. This furniture store falls on the expensive side, but it is oh-so-worth it.
Manks, 14/f Cheung Tak Industrial Building, 30 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, p. 2522 2115
If minimalistic chic is your aesthetic, then BoConcept is right up your alley. Who isn’t familiar with this Danish interiors brand? From sofas to dining tables and lounge chairs to beds, even if you can’t necessarily afford it, there’s bound to be something on your wishlist here. Definitely one of the coolest furniture stores in Hong Kong.
BoConcept, Winsome House, 73 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2668 0027, 中環雲咸街73號雲山大廈
Okooko by European Bedding
All about eco-friendly living? Bet you never really gave your mattress a thought. Okooko by European Bedding specialises in natural organic latex mattresses and eco-friendly bedframes. Organic latex mattresses are actually bouncier and more comfortable than memory foam, so you get to gain the quality snooze fest that you’ve always dreamt of.
Okooko by European Bedding, 13/F The Plaza LKF, 21 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2870 1132,中環德己立街The Plaza LKF 13樓