Homeless will leave you feeling quite the opposite. Currently, the company has eight locations dotted around the city; each store is an emporium featuring an eclectic collection of home interior products and furniture. Surround yourself with quirky pieces such as ice cream and panda-shaped bean bags and floating balloon lamps that you’re unlikely to find anywhere else.
No flat is complete without furnishings that truly reflect one’s personality. And since we can all do better than Ikea – though they do often have some pretty cool crossover projects with big brands – we scout the best furniture and homeware stores in Hong Kong to help transform your house into a home. From minimalist and utilitarian designs to Japanese-themed to eco-friendly, these are the best stores to shop for furniture.
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