Sprucing up a living space can be pretty exciting, but it can also be wasteful and costly. To refurbish your home without breaking the bank (and the Earth), try renting furniture from these Hong Kong companies instead.
Tired of the same old four walls at home? We get it. Whether you’ve spent weeks on end quarantining at home, or simply wanting to redo the colours, it’s always nice to have a change of scenery. But before you go all in on some new decor and furniture, have you considered renting them instead? Not only is this alternative solution cost-effective, but it’s more environmentally friendly, too. So, read on and find out where to rent furniture in Hong Kong.
Where to rent furniture in Hong Kong
If you’re looking for timeless and beautifully crafted furniture, without compromising the environment, Tree will be perfect for you. Established in 2005, the brand offers a variety of stylish furniture pieces made from eco-wood – solid wood that is reclaimed, recycled, or sustainably sourced. Tree also aims to help preserve the traditions of handcraft by collaborating with local artisans and grassroot businesses. On top of all this, Tree has a flexible furniture rental package and a professional team to assist in styling your home. What more can we ask for, really?
Tree has locations in Ap Lei Chau and Sha Tin.
2. Dalisay Collection (DACO)
DACO opened its first physical store in K11 Musea in 2020, and we’re so glad it’s bringing more sustainable solutions to the furniture industry in Hong Kong. Not only are DACO’s pieces all meant to be repurposed and reused, but they’re also unique creations by local artisans in under-resourced communities. If you’re not ready to commit to your amazing designer sofa just yet, DACO’s flexible ownership will allow you to try the piece for three to 12 months, so that you can enjoy high-end furniture at an accessible price.
Dalisay Collection, Shop 403A, 4/F, K11 Musea, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, p. 2666 6819, 尖沙嘴梳士巴利道18號K11 Musea 4樓403A號舖
We don’t know how Føerni does their magic, but they always manage to mark down the prices of their furniture to only about 20 to 60 percent of traditional retailers. And with both buy and rent options for all their items, you can further ease the strain on your wallet. Føerni also provides interior design assistance, furniture assembly, and other extra services so that refurbishing is made easy and hassle-free.
Find out more about Føerni.
4. Indigo Living
With stores across Hong Kong, Mainland China and the Middle East, Indigo Living is one of the most reliable home furnishing providers in the continent. Aside from curated furniture and accessories, Indigo Living also provides interior design and styling services. In addition, there are short-term and long-term furniture rental packages available. Whether you’re an executive settling into a new house with your family, or a landlord planning to show your property, Indigo Living will help create your ideal home.
Indigo Living has multiple locations across Hong Kong.
From organising shoots and exhibitions, to styling trade show booths and modern homes, Decor8’s furniture rental services will have you covered. Rental period can go between one day and two months, which is ideal for events and short-term stays. Simply browse through the collections online, or pop by Decor8’s showrooms to choose your favourite items.
Decor8 has locations in Mong Kok and Wan Chai.
6. Home Essentials Hong Kong
Being one of the first furniture rental companies in Asia, Home Essentials has helped furnish over 100,000 homes in the world. With a flexible lease, wide range of styles, quick delivery, and full maintenance offered during the rental period, the brand makes renting furniture more convenient and affordable for everyone. Most importantly, linens, cutlery, and other accessories all come complimentary and are guaranteed brand new when you rent furniture from Home Essentials. Sweet!
Home Essentials Hong Kong, G/F, 4-6 Gough Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2870 1400, 中環歌賦街4-6號地舖