After our guide to the most interesting furniture stores in 2015, we’re back again with an updated list to transform your flat into a showroom without the need of an interior designer. Get inspired by Hong Kong’s finest furniture shop, from minimalist chic to modern attitude to indie homeware to decorate your favourite space with some statement pieces.
For a dose of American lifestyle, head over to HD Buttercup. Since it first opened its’ doors in 2006, HD Buttercup has become an iconic brand built on their selection of chic fun finds to decorate your home. We’re glat they have finally ventured over to the +852 to open their first store. It’s not a surprise, but their signature roots in the carefree lifestyle of California and you’ll find a range of a selection of huge decorations ranging from beach side living furniture to huge lighting to rugs and desk for bedrooms.
2/F, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong Tel: +852 2555 2997
A hidden treasure trove for home furniture is Bower Bird. Inspired by the a clever and sociable bird Bowerbird, the brand is an ode to everything pretty, girly and elegant. Founded by husband and wife duo, Lauren and Geoff has curated a beautiful collection of trendy pieces that echoes the vintage old world as well as maintaining quirky sensibilities. We’re loving the gold vintage trays and printed homewares.
8/F, 2 Lee Wing Street, Horizon Plaza, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong Tel:+852 2552 2727
After finding success as an online platform for 3 years, iDecorate finally luanched its first ever store in Admiralty after finding continuous success as Hong Kong’s most loved décor websites. Founded by working mum Shana Buchanan in 2013, iDecorate brings a selection of lively products sourced from around the word. You’ll find some exclusive brands by many talented artists including Ahoy Trader and Art Club Concept.
Shop 926, Level 9, Times Square, Hong Kong Tel:+852 3421 1279
Thorn and Burrow
We’re all familiar with the furnishing stores in Aberdeen, but there are certain ares of Central to look for some home decor goods. Let us introduce Thorn and Burrow, located in the Sai Yin Pun district which offers homewares and furniture from all over the globe like Moroccan rugs, vintage chairs and Hong Kong themed artworks including our favourite artist, Louise Hill. Unfortunately, the store doesn’t stock the full range of products yet – you’ll have to head online to see and shop the complete collection.
1/F, 30 High Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong. Tel: 2559-9338
If Parisian chic is your thing, then maybe consider visiting Chateau Zoobeetle. If you’re always in a French state of mind, you’ll love the selection of unique products sold at the two storey boutique inspired by the modern French decor. Founded by 3 French entrepreneurs, the idea started when Junior Parado and sisters Elsa Lepeu and Johanna El Iman wanted to combine their love of design, art and travel.
Chateau Zoobeetle, 38 Sai Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong. Tel: (852) 9288 2472.