Reading Time: 7 minutesWith small spaces, rentals jumps, home quarantine and the need for change; living in Hong Kong is a constant “moving’ feat. With new spaces, and new energy comes the need for new furniture! We’ve compiled a list of the the best furniture stores in Hong Kong, both in store and online.
If you prefer to NOT to shop and have someone come in and do it for you, then the Editors Company might be up your ally. Pay a one off fee of $3,500HKD per room and a dedicated stylist can help you to decorate your dream home from start to finish. Book an appointment online and they will work with your style and budget to curate a look from 60+ brands.
Best for Luxury
With flamboyant fabrics, unique home accessories and big ticket items Tequila Kola is a must visit for anyone decorating their home. With a huge showroom in Horizon Plaza it is a “designer’s paradise”, and will no doubt give you lots of inspiration.
If you love wooden furniture then Tree should be your first stop. With clean designs crafted from reclaimed or FSC™-certified teak, sustainably-sourced solid oak and walnut, its a wonder trove of unique pieces. They also stock sofas, and accessories to kit out your home with the signature Tree stamp. The showroom in Ap Lei Chau is huge, and there is even a small cafe to sit and have a coffee or quick lunch while you debate your next purchase.
Most Hong Kongers will have been to Indigo Living, whether its to longingly peruse the aisles and make a wish list, or to splash out on statement piece, Indigo Living has been trailblazing trends in Hong Kong for over 40 years. The style is elegant and sophisticated and prices are on the higher end. They do have a discount location in Cyberport where you can pick up a few bargains. And If you’re looking to rent furniture (yes that’s a things) they can sort you out!
If you’re looking for a unique statement piece, then Archetypal deserves a look. They import only original designs and they support new local and overseas talent. Design is key and they focus on contemporary lighting, furniture and home accessories.
If you’re on the hunt for home styling and interior design as well as homeware products then OVO ticks the boxes. They also have a café and a flower boutique for a quick pit stop.
BoConcept started in Denmark in 1952, and have three hundred stores in over sixty countries. They design, produce and sell contemporary furniture, accessories and lighting for living, dining, sleeping, home-office and outdoor spaces.
Where: Lee Garden (Causeway Bay), HomeSquare (Shatin), Central
EMOH® provides a variety of chic, simple and natural home furniture to spruce up your home at affordable prices. They source from around the world with an emphasis on clean lines and simple design inspired by nature.
Casa Modernism, features a range of fabric and wooden furniture, FSC certified and sourced from the US, unique bronze pieces that are timeless and playful. You are guaranteed to find something unique and intriguing for your home.
Beautiful leather sofas, and flamboyant fabric armchairs you can be sure to spot an item from Timothy Oulton with their signature styles. Known for its timeless furniture, lighting and accessories, the business has been flourishing since 1976.
ALOT showrooms display a wide range of furniture from Japanese and Thai brands, with a focus on natural and innovative styles. They have an extensive range of items, from home furnishings, to accessories, and even pet friendly sofas!
Multiple locations across Hong Kong
Manks is known for its Scandinavian modern design furniture in the Hong Kong. Offering furniture, lighting, antiques and lifestyle products focusing on beautiful and functional homeware items.
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Founded in Shanghai in 2013, ziinlife is a creative design brand with a mission to “solving problems through design”. Their designs are innovative, modern and contemporary. Unique items like the flexi headboard bed, or stretch sofa, to a leaning bookshelf.
Designs at Establo are Scandinavian, minimalist, aesthetic, functional and long-lasting. They provide extensive contemporary furnishings, as well as classic and long-established furnishings from the Scandinavian furniture sector.
Where: D6B, 7/F, Block B, TML Tower, 3 Hoi Shing Road, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong
Contact: +852 3565 5207
Best for every budget
When you want to decorate your home in a stylish manner without breaking the bank you can’t beat IKEA for value for money and lots of choice to suit all needs. With an extensive range to decorate every room in your house its a one stop shop. Their stores are laid in such a manner that you can visualise your own space.
Decor8 showcases modern and affordable luxury at their two showrooms in MongKok and Wanchai. Products range from budget to high-end and prices are wholesale and outlet, and you can also shop online.
Where: 8/F, Shun Pont Commercial Building, 5-11 Thomson Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Contact: 5104 8325
Stockroom is a contemporary furniture outlet where you can shop online, and visit their small showroom in Kennedy Town. They source furniture from around the globe to offer high quality products at affordable prices. Items consist of chairs, sofas, loveseats, loungers, tables and accessories for individuals, design professionals and corporations of all sizes.
At Zara Home you can find a range of homeware items like bedding, kitchenware, accessories, and items for children’s rooms, and much more. In line with Zara, items are on trend, modern and stylish.
Where: Festival Walk, Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon District, & 70 Queens Road Central
Contact: +852 2462 3268
2nd Chance is Hong Kong’s largest collection of pre-loved furnishings with 10,000 sq ft of unique bargains. They regularly donate to local charities and hold charity sales.
H&M in Causeway Bay has a small but well stocked Home section, which features, bedding, bathroom and living accessories like vases, pillows, cushion covers to name a few. Stock changes on a regular basis, and they also have festive offerings.
Where: 20 Paterson St, Causeway Bay
Contact: 2337 3400
Franc Franc is probably best known for its homeware, and decorative items, but they also stock furniture, like sofas, armchairs, desks and more. It’s also great for those small finishing touches, with décor, tableware, cushions, frames.
Where: Olympian City (Kowloon), iSQUARE (Kowloon), HomeSquare (Shatin), Cityplaza (Taikoo Shing), Causeway Bay, Central
Mirth Home offers a distinctive collection of globally sourced furnishings, interior accessories, artwork, books, stationery, children’s’ toys, clothing, shoes and beyond from emerging and established designers.
Where: 3rd floor, Yally Industrial Centre, 6 Yip Fat Street, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong
Contact: +852 2553 9811
Out of Stock was founded in 2007 in Hong Kong, and places its roots in traditional Nordic design. They can also help to create customised, stylish and unique home living spaces for clients.
Where: Units 01-02, 8/F, Eastcore, 398-402 Kwun Tong Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, HK
Contact: +852 2369 6018
HOMELESS is a iconic lifestyle store in Hong Kong, stocking furniture, lighting, home accessories and designer items.
Multiple locations across Hong Kong
Did you know that MUJI also sells furniture? For clean, no-frills quality products, MUJI can’t be beat.
Multiple locations across Hong Kong
Best for Online
Great for accessorising your home, with decorative items like bedding, cushions, lighting, rugs, tableware. iDecorate partner with a range of brands, to bring our stylish and beautiful items for your home.
DSL furniture is a Hong Kong based furniture company offering contemporary furniture at a reasonable costs. Furniture includes collections from Lamberi and Hvar, and you can fully kit out your entire home with sofas, beds, artwork, and even outdoor items. They also custom made pieces of furniture to cater for all needs.
Next Direct HK
For some quality homeware Next Direct is a great online resource. They have items, for the bedroom, living room, kitchen, garden you name it. Prices are very affordable and shipping to Hong Kong is free when you spend over $300 HKD.
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Our top tips when buying furniture in Hong Kong
- Measure the apartment while this may seem like an obvious one, but with the size of Hong Kong apartments, it’s important you have accurate measurements of all the rooms, so that you are confident when purchasing, items, especially larger items, like dining tables, beds, wardrobes and sofas.
- Building lifts in Hong Kong can be very small, and in some buildings there are no lifts at all! Most stores will have a policy on delivery, which includes loading bay access, lifts, No of floors, walk up’s etc. Prices will vary according to what building you live in. Make sure you know how you will get the piece of furniture into your home, and discuss all costs up front.
- The resale value of most furniture items in Hong Kong is hit and miss. With so much movement its not always easy too sell. Make sure you are happy potentially giving away a very expensive piece of furniture for a fraction of what it cost you! Smaller-sized items are easier to offload, while large-sized pieces are more difficult with transport considerations.
Main photo courtesy of H&M Home FB; photo 1 courtesy of Editors Company FB, photo 2 courtesy of Indigo Living FB; photo 3 courtesy of Timothy Oulton FB; photo 4 courtesy of OVO FB, photo 5 courtesy of EMOH FB; photo 6 courtesy of Bowerbird FB; photo 7 courtesy of Decor8, photo 8 courtesy of MUJI FB, photo 9 courtesy of MANKS FB, photo 9 courtesy of Zara Home FB, photo 9 courtesy of H&M Home FB, photo 9 courtesy of Franc Franc FB, photo 9 courtesy of HOMELESS FB.