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Where to buy homeware in Hong Kong

Looking to upgrade old pieces or fancying switching up your interior design style? Turn your home into a haven with these top homeware stores in Hong Kong.

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Homegrown lifestyle and homeware haven, Kapok features an array of decorative pieces sure to elevate any Hong Kong home. Featuring both local and highbrow designers and artists, you’ll likely stumble across sweet-smelling candles, unique tableware and crockery as well as vases, kitchen gadgets and neon signs both online and in-store.


Ginger Jar Lamp Co.

Founded by interior enthusiast Kate Sbutonni, the Ginger Jar Lamp Co. was born out of a love and a passion for unique, authentic, hand-made ceramics and fabrics. Working with bold bright colours to elevate traditional Hong Kong ginger jars and styling them into unique home pieces, choose your favourite style and mix and match to create something completely original.


Dalisay Collection 

Recently setting up shop in K11 MUSEA, this beautifully crafted furniture and homeware store prides itself on producing limited-edited pieces that celebrate the impeccable craftsmanship of local artisans hailing from the Philippines, where the brand shares its roots. Unlikely to find the same piece twice, each piece has a sustainable story behind it, and Dalisay Collection’s circular design means that everything that you purchase can be refurbished, sanitised and used again again.


Thorn & Burrow

This boho-chic homeware hideaway on High Street is chockablock full of fun and quirky home pieces. Known for its colourful collection of Moroccan rugs and quirky trinkets, uncover a world of homeware that you never knew you needed, yet can’t resist.


Pinyin Press

Think dumpling adorned tea towels, lucky cat coasters and Asian-inspired ceramics; Pinyin Press celebrates this unique and vibrant culture with detailed hand-drawn illustrations, prints and pattern.


Mirth Home

A treasure trove of homeware hauled up in a spacious loft in Wong Chuk Hang, Mirth Home has everything on hand to deck out your abode in art and furniture, wicker baskets and funky furnishings — all sourced from emerging and established designers.


Lane Crawford

Luxury lifestyle retailers Lane Crawford house an opulent collection of homeware and furniture from some of the world’s most coveted designers. Whether its a retro arcade machine from Hervet Manufacturier or timeless crystal glasses from Fferrone, you’re sure to find something special.


Indigo Living

Hot on the latest interior trends, Indigo Living is a Hongkonger’s go-to when it comes to quality and innovative homeware. Shop large furniture items such as sofas and cabinets, or simply add a few unique touches to your flat with a range of luxury candles, silky throws or faux floral arrangements.


Tom Dixon

A highly notable name in the world of interior design, Tom Dixon‘s flagship in Central is a great place to start when it comes to decking out your home. Renowned for its geometric shapes and out-of-the-box designs that delight, each collection exudes sophistication and modern luxury.



Sourcing beautiful on-trend homeware from the West and bringing them to us here in Asia, iDecorate pride themselves on being global style nomads, driven by a passion for finding beautiful things, boutique and crafted, away from the mass market. Browse the online shop to source everything from bar carts to bath accessories and an impressive range of art work from renowned Australian designers.


Where to buy homeware in Hong Kong

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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