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Hong Kong themed homeware brands we love

Infatuated with Hong Kong’s skyline? Can’t get enough of red and gold? Spruce up your space with an ode to this magnificent city we call home, while also supporting these unique, locally owned businesses. Here is our pick of the best Hong Kong themed homeware brands to know…

Featured and hero images courtesy of Pinyin Press

Faux Home

Established back in 2006 with humble beginnings in a small Sheung Wan office, Faux Home has since flourished into a thriving boutique design house and interior design firm in Ap Lei Chau. Designing original art based products and homeware, the studio showcases a plethora of talented artists and unique works that celebrate not only Hong Kong, but India, Nepal, Brazil, Africa and New Zealand (to name but a few). Browse it’s impressive range of Hong Kong patterned ceramics sure to spruce up any home.

LSA pick: Hong Kong Toile Tea Set (HK$1,850)

www.faux-home.com

Teresa’s Turkish Towels

Having always had an affiliation with Turkey, small business owner and founder, Teresa Littlewood, bought a slice of the country back to Hong Kong after a visit to Istanbul with her family. Predominantly weaved by hand, these Turkish towels are not only steeped in tradition, but are made from 100 percent pure Turkish cotton, and are now available in fun Hong Kong inspired prints.

LSA pick: HK Skyline Towel (HK$350)

www.hkturkish.com

Ginger Jar Lamp Co.

Pairing vintage, Chinese Ginger Jars with colourful artisan lamp shades, founder, Kate Sbuttoni’s products are inspired by and painted using traditional Qing Dynasty methods. One-of-a-kind, browse an array of hand-made products and mix and match styles for a truly unique home piece.

LSA pick: Coral Double Happiness Base & Alwar Silk Sari Shade (HK$3,300)

www.gingerjarlampco.com

Pinyin Press

A firm favourite when it comes to Hong Kong inspired gifts for friends and family, Pinyin Press’ collection of Hong Kong themed apparel, homeware and even baby and pet items never fails to impress. From noodle covered tea towels, to lucky cat coasters and dumpling salt and pepper shakers, the products are a nice way to add a little homage to Hong Kong into your decor.

LSA pick: Dumpling Salt & Pepper Shakers (HK$233)

www.pinyinpress.com

G.O.D Goods of Desire

Home to a treasure trove of Hong Kong and Chinese inspired items, Goods of Desire (AKA G.O.D) has every room of your apartment covered. From kitchenware to cushion covers and furniture, its quirky prints are hard to miss, and even harder not to add to cart.

LSA pick: ‘Yaumati’ apron (HK$328)

www.god.com.hk

MINT Hong Kong

MINT (or, Made in New Territories) is a locally run online store full of quaint products that make perfect gifts, party favours or unique home decor for yourself. Vibrantly painted dim sum baskets, bird cages and vintage post boxes are just some of the cool pieces you’ll find here.

LSA pick: Red Letter Box (HK$280)

www.minthongkong.com

Fiona Patton Design

Known for her 3D art, Fiona Paton Designs extend to more than just beautiful pieces for your four walls. An Australian designer who has called Hong Kong home for the past 19 years, Fiona adds vibrancy to all of her products, whether that be her hanging art, candles, placemats or trays.

LSA pick: White Phoenix & Peony Tray (HK$600)

www.fionapatondesign.com

The Lion Rock Press

Needing no introduction, The Lion Rock Press is a firm favourite when it comes to Hong Kong themed products. You’re bound to have one or two hanging decorations knocking around your apartment, but did you know that the brand also has a coveted selection of candles, mugs and prints?

LSA pick: Hong Kong Skyline Candle (HK$250)

www.thelionrockpress.com

Louise Hill

Louise Hill’s colourful, eye-catching artworks capture the essence of Hong Kong in its bold designs. A perfect addition to any blank wall, Louise has since started a Singapore series that is just as mesmerising.

LSA pick: Hong Kong Taxi Print (HK$2,550)

www.louise-hill-design.com

Lantau Ren

Started by a stay at home mum living on Lantau Island, Lantau Ren features a whole host of unique, island-living inspired collections that are sure to add fun touches to any home.

LSA pick: Yum Cha Hand Towels (HK$195)

www.lantauren.com

YAWN Studio

If you’re on the hunt for a subtle ode to Hong Kong to hang on your walls, YAWN Studio creates city and country inspired graphics that, quite literally, map out Hong Kong. Those particularly attached to a certain area of Hong Kong can represent their neighbourhood by choosing a particular part of the city to covet.

LSA pick: Graphia City, Hong Kong Day Print (HK$494)

www.yawnstudio.com

Biscuitmoon Designs

Started in 2012 by mum of two, Ellie Rampton, Biscuitmoon Designs is known for its personalised stationery, unique gifts and prints and canvases for the home. Each of Ellie’s designs are digitally drawn or created with a combination of hand-drawn and painted techniques to create something both original and exciting for her customers.

LSA pick: I Love Hong Kong Cushion Cover (HK$250)

www.biscuitmoondesigns.com

Lexi Davey
Managing Editor
A typical ‘third culture’ kid, Lexi spent the best part of her life between Hong Kong and Malaysia. A self-confessed heliophile with a thirst for travel and adventure, she moved home to foster a career in digital editing and lifestyle copywriting. Loves include: commas, nervous laughter and her rescue pup, Wella
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