Best Places to Buy Furniture in Hong Kong
Where to buy furniture in Hong Kong - from budget friendly to high end and everything in between!
Time to freshen up your apartment decor? Got a village house crying out for some tables and chairs? Luckily for you, there are many choices in Hong Kong for fabulous furniture to outfit your home. And even luckier for you, we’ve done all the research, with homeware stores for all budgets, so all you have to do is pick, purchase and enjoy lounging on that new couch.
Known for its solid, eco-wood furniture, TREE helps you feel good about furnishing your home as they deal in sustainable products. From reclaimed, recycled teak to contemporary pieces made from sustainably-sourced oak and walnut, the wooden tables, chairs, shelves and home accessories are stylish and unique. They have items for all rooms of the home, including sofas and armchairs, and even attractive bathroom accessories made from marble and stone, which deal very well with Hong Kong’s humid climate.
Where: Horizon Plaza (Ap Lei Chau), HomeSquare (Shatin) and YOHO Mall II (Yuen Long)
Contact: 2870 1582 or [email protected]
If the only kind of sofa you’ll buy is leather, then head here for a beautiful selection. Whether it’s a vintage, cigar brown top grain leather look or a modern, marble grey sectional sofa you’re after, Tequila Kola has lots to choose from, and many can be custom-made in any size or configuration. Now that you’ve found your living room talking piece, decorate around it with chic side tables, classy hanging lamps, and bold cushions that add a pop of colour. Stroll through the showroom and be inspired by other pieces for your home, with something for every room.
Where: Horizon Plaza (Ap Lei Chau)
Contact: 2877-3295 or [email protected]
We’re fans of Indigo Living for their expansive selection of elegant furniture, but they go beyond, complementing all corners of the home with cool accessories, textiles, dinnerware, and even special gifts. They also have great accent furniture (you can get that slick bar trolley you’ve always wanted), larger pieces for the hallway and office, and a lovely range of kids items including cute bedding and wall art. For short-term Hong Kongers or those needing temporary home furnishings, they offer furniture rental, with appealing items that are nothing like what you’d find in a corporate apartment.
Where: Horizon Plaza (Ap Lei Chau), HomeSquare (Shatin), YOHO Mall I (Yuen Long), Landmark Prince’s (Central), The Repulse Bay (Repulse Bay), Mid-Levels
Contact: 2805 5955 or [email protected]
Here’s one where you don’t have to bump elbows with others in a busy showroom, instead decorating your dream home online. DSL Furniture has no shop, but you can pop by their office in Sai Ying Pun to discuss a project in more detail and personally view fabric and leather samples. If you already know what you’re after, browse their website and start selecting from their range of contemporary furniture for home and office. No showroom means lower prices, perfect for families on a budget.
Where: Sai Ying Pun (office only)
Contact: 8191 3885 or [email protected]
Trendy folk who want their rooms to speak for themselves shop at Francfranc, with eclectic coffee tables, funky sofas that convert into compact beds, and more vibrant pieces you’d expect from the popular Japanese brand. Shop for all the bits and bobs to beautify a room too, like fashionable cushion covers, fragrant reed diffusers and candles, and tableware that is anything but plain.
Where: Olympian City (Kowloon), iSQUARE (Kowloon), HomeSquare (Shatin), Cityplaza (Taikoo Shing), Causeway Bay, Central
Contact: [email protected]
Danish brand BoConcept is where you go when you’ve graduated from IKEA and want a quality, contemporary look for your home. If you have no idea how to go about this, fear not, as they offer a free interior design service, either in-store or via a home visit. We love the distinctive Scandinavian style of their living room furniture (you won’t find your dad’s drab recliner here), and if you’re blessed with a terrace, you’ll be pleased to know they carry outdoor furniture, again featuring the sleek lines and simple concepts that Scandinavian design is known for.
Where: Lee Garden (Causeway Bay), HomeSquare (Shatin), Central
Contact: [email protected]
The London-born store has a Hong Kong location on Hollywood Road, which makes us very happy indeed as the options for home decor and furniture items are always attractive, both in design and price. Pick up a classic writing desk or sideboard in handsome oak, a retro-looking bedside table with decorative ceramic knobs that can be changed when you want to refresh your bedroom look, and accessories from lively rugs to simple table lamps that adapt to any room and style preference.
Contact: 2322 1028 or [email protected]
OVO, with three locations in Hong Kong, is more than a furniture store, as they are also provide interior design, along with furniture and art consultancy services. If you have no clue what the difference is between shabby chic and modern Victorian, the expert consultants will sort it out for you. Or, if you have a good eye for mixing patterns and fabrics, they’ll help you customize your options, with various materials, trim options and seam styles available. When you need a one-stop deal, go for a furniture package that will suit all home themes and sizes, at competitive pricing.
Where: Horizon Plaza (Ap Lei Chau), Tsim Sha Tsui (The Peninsula), Wanchai
Contact: 2527 6088 or [email protected]
There is a pretty blue theme at Bowerbird, keeping true to its name inspired by the bowerbird, a uniquely clever bird with a penchant for collecting blue objects. The bedroom decor choices are lovely, with elegant linens and furniture with a touch of chinoiserie. You’ll no doubt pick up something from their best-selling blue and white porcelain collection, with gorgeous jars and vases in different sizes to add a refined touch to any room. We also love the selection of mirrors they carry, perfect for brightening up a plain wall or adding some life to a dull setting.
Where: Horizon Plaza (Ap Lei Chau)
Contact: 2552 2727 or [email protected]
We couldn’t very well leave this one off the list, as say what you want about IKEA, we bet you or someone you know has at least one furniture item from here. The Billy bookshelf has lined many a wall, the inexpensive but durable Lack coffee table adorns flat shares and bachelor pads around the world, and for famously small Hong Kong flats, IKEA storage items are a godsend. Prices range from very budget to top-quality, so you don’t have to kiss that end table goodbye in a year, unless that’s exactly what you’re after.
Where: Causeway Bay, Kowloon Bay, Shatin, Tsuen Wan
Contact: 3125 0888 or [email protected]