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Hong Kong’s best furniture and homeware shops

Home is where all the nice furniture are

By Olivia Lai

No flat is complete without furnishings that truly reflect one’s personality. And since we can all do better than Ikea, 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. 

RECOMMENDED: Want to keep on shopping? Look no further than our pick of the best Hong Kong shops, independent shops and secret shops (shhh). 

Hong Kong’s best furniture shops

Casa Capriz

Shopping Aberdeen

Boasting an impressive 2,600sq ft showroom, this furniture store stocks an almighty collection of vintage pieces – think upholstered chairs, vintage Louis Vuitton luggage trunks, vinyl record players and even old chemists’ bottles. Casa Capriz also houses hard-to- find collector’s items purchased by the buyer on his travels, including antiques from Europe and unique home accessories.


Shopping Home decor Causeway Bay

Take a trip to Homeless to leave you feeling quite the opposite. With more than 10 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 cupcake-shaped bean bags and levitating moon lamps that you’re unlikely to find anywhere else.


Ito Futon

Shopping Home decor Wan Chai

Add a splash of Japanese culture to your pad with pieces from this shop that specialises in Japanese home and lifestyle products. This is the place to pick up everything from tatami mats and foldable futon sofa beds to wooden bathtubs and gorgeously crafted folding screens. Aside from the aesthetics, the great thing about the homeware here is that it’s space-efficient – an important factor to consider in our shoe box-sized flats.


Shopping Aberdeen

Back in the 60s, this cheerful and colourful homeware store used to be a stool factory. Now it sells furniture, clothing, toys, books and other home accessories that all come with an air of creativity. It’s a great place to hunt for quirky pieces for kids and artistic adults alike, especially those attempting to create a Pinterest-worthy apartment. Mirth has recently launched a Hong Kong-inspired collection featuring dim sum and lucky cat motifs, too.


Out of Stock

Shopping Fo Tan

Contrary to the name, this furniture store is never out of stock when it comes to stylish modern homeware. Inspired by traditional Nordic designs, Out of Stock carries beautifully crafted items ranging from utilitarian cabinets to sleek coffee tables. The store also offers handy interior design consultations to help you transform your home.

Tequila Kola

Shopping Ap Lei Chau

Chic is the name of the game here. Housing a wide variety of trendy sofas, dining tables, ottoman benches, chaise lounges, art deco hanging lights – you name it – Tequila Kola is the ideal place to start when you’re furnishing your home from scratch. The folks here are also helpful with bedroom and living ideas, and even provide a furniture rental service.


Timothy Oulton

Shopping Sheung Wan

The go-to place for all your quintessential British luxury furniture. Want that cosy gentlemen’s club look? Leather couches and armchairs abound at this two-storey concept store. Timothy Oulton curates themes that cater to different tastes and personalities. There’s your adventurer-type complete with vintage suitcases and antique maps; an elegant Jazz Age-inspired look bedecked with lavish upholstery; and even a selection of rugs overflowing with character. Whatever it is you’re after, you’re set to impress for any house parties or judgy relatives.


Restaurants Ap Lei Chau

If waste is your dealbreaker and sustainability is key, look no further than Tree. At the city’s only furniture store that offers exclusively natural eco-wood furniture, browse through a splendid collection of artisanal and contemporary wooden homeware crafted from reclaimed and recycled teak. Whether you’re after rustic charm or a clean, minimalist look, Tree can deliver without harming the planet. Its range of handwoven baskets and artisanal ceramics are another delight.

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