Hong Kong is home to numerous different furniture stores that suit all tastes and budgets. Hong Kongers are extremely fond of renovating their homes and do so whenever they can afford to. Antique Chinese teak and rosewood furniture continue to be desired in traditional Hong Kong homes though many younger people seem to veer towards the more minimalist, modern designs that are sold in the various furniture outlets in Hong Kong. Custom made furniture is also popular in Hong Kong as is traditional Asian furniture which is imported from neighboring countries like Malaysia, Indonesia, Japan and Burma.
The Swedish well priced furniture brand Ikea has become extremely popular here in recent years so much so that the furniture chain now has three stores in Hong Kong that are perennially packed with shoppers as they typically offer products and displays that are tailored to the small-sized apartment living of Hong Kong.
One of the best places to purchase furniture in Hong Kong is at the Horizon Plaza in Ap Leu Chau. Horizon Plaza is a mall that is dedicated to furniture stores which offer a wide array of local and western styled furniture accents. The stores at Horizon Plaza offer bespoke furniture as well though it tends to be quite pricey.
A selection of the most popular furniture stores can be found below:
Swedish furniture chain with a wide range of well-designed and functional products at low prices. Ikea Hong Kong operates 3 stores, in Shatin, Causeway Bay and Kowloon Bay. Delivery and assembly services are available at reasonable prices.
Open daily 10:30-22:30
Tel: 3125 0888
G.O.D (Goods of Desire)
G.O.D (its name is a phonetic play of the Cantonese phrase “to live better”) is a local designer furnishing store, with a huge homeware range consisting of stylish home accessories, kitchenware and tableware. There are four outlets: Causeway Bay, Central, The Peak and Tsim Sha Tsui. Delivery and assembly services are available at reasonable prices.
Tel: 2890 5555
Specializes in Asian-influenced antiques and artifacts. Also popular for its selection of fabrics, rugs and various home accessories. Visit their flagship store at Prince’s Building or their 25,000 sqft Ap Lei Chau warehouse.
Shop 228, Prince’s Building, Central
Tel: 2520 1611
1/F Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing St, Ap Lei Chau
Tel: 2877 3295
Inside merges Asian concepts and motifs with contemporary and modern designs. Most of their products are imported and are made from natural materials and fibers. There are 3 outlets in Central, Ap Lei Chau and Repulse Bay.
Tel: 2537 6298
Opened by local socialite and interior designer Louise Kou, this lifestyle boutique showcases imported chinaware, silverware, lamps, linens, and other unique household items.
Open Mon-Fri 09:00-18:00
22/F Fung House
19-20 Connaught Rd, Central
Tel: 2530 2234
Features a wide range of antique furniture and home accessories from Thailand, Malaysia and India. Also imports antiques from China dating back to the Qing Dynasty.
Open daily 09:00-19:30
2/F Horizon Plaza
2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau
Tel: 2555 2997
Popular Japanese chain offering sleek, minimalistic products from household items and furnishings to stationery and clothing. There are nineMuji outlets in major shopping malls across Hong Kong.
Tel: 2808 0622
Frontier Workspace Solutions
Stocks quality interior products and innovative designs. Services include personalised products, renovation, interior consultation and space planning.
Open Mon-Fri 09:00-18:00, Sat 09:00-13:00
23/F & 28/F, Asia Orient Tower
33 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai
Tel: 2865 0377
A lifestyle concept store with seven outlets that stock uniquely designed furniture, lighting, designer items and home accessories.
Tel: 2581 1880
A one-stop furniture and home furnishings store with products from more than 30 countries, although it is best known for its Australian brands. Also provides long-term (12- or 24-month packages) and short-term (one-month packages) rental of furniture, including sofas, bookshelves, tables and chairs. There are five outlets in Hong Kong.
Tel: 2523 5561
Aluminium has five outlets on Hong Kong Island selling hi-tech and contemporary furniture and accessories with a retro twist.
Open Mon-Fri 11.30-20:00, Sat-Sun & public holidays 13:00-18:00
Tel: 2546 5904
Manks offers Scandinavian modern design products and antiques from Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland. The store additionally offers stylish lighting accents and various other stylish antique arti-facts for the design discerning customer.
Tel: 2522 2115
Franc Franc is a Japanese furniture store which can be best described as a high end IKEA. The store offers contemporary and quirky designs for its various products that include furniture, lifestyle and home accessories.
Shop 01-03 & 08-12 Second Floor Hang Lung Center
2-20 Paterson Street
Tang Tang Tang Tang
Opened in 2014, Tang Tang Tang Tang, which should be “sung” to the opening bars of Beethovens’s Fifth, decribes itself as catering mainly for the immense rising middle-class of China. Expect China-themed merchandise and quirky couture for the home.
66 Johnston Road
Tel: 2525 2112