Whether you’re shopping for something specific for your home or simply looking for some decorating inspiration, check out these new home décor and furniture finds from Hong Kong’s furniture stores.
Spring is in the Air!
Celebrate the freshness of Spring with Altfield Gallery’s fabulous Tulipieres. Invented at the height of “tulip mania” in 17th-century Holland, these ornate ceramic vases are composed of stacked layers that hold water, with spouts into which fresh flowers (traditionally tulips) can be fitted to create a dramatic display. Also available in white, Tulipieres work throughout the seasons – summer blossoms, palm leaves or ferns, golden autumn leaves, holly and berries for Christmas – the only limit is your imagination!
Find them in-store at Altfield Gallery, Shop 249, 2/F, Landmark Prince’s, Central. altfield.com.hk
Storage for a Cause
The Hong Kong Sevens is back – from 31 March to 2 April – and RedBox Storage, an official supplier of the tournament, is keen on changing the game. RedBox will be supplying locker rentals at the main entrance of Hong Kong Stadium to help spectators safely store belongings and valuables for the day, and even charge their phone during the event. It’s both a good idea and a good cause, with all the locker proceeds going to the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation.
If you need a new rug for the home, Iqbal Carpets has a wide selection of beautiful new and antique rugs from around the Middle East, including handmade Pakistani, Persian and Afghani rugs and carpets sourced directly from individual weavers. Can’t decide on a design? Iqbal the Carpet Man can bring an assortment of rugs to your home so you can see them with your existing furniture and lighting. The company also specialises in carpet cleaning and repairs, plus a host of other services such as reweaving, scotch guarding and odour removal. Pick-up, delivery and installation are free of charge.
Looking for a gift for mum for Mother’s Day? Or a thoughtful birthday present for a friend or loved one? Show your appreciation with the Heyeya Sleep Care Gift Set, sure to lull them into blissful dreams. Made with all-natural and luxe materials, the set comes in two options: the Deluxe Package, which includes an eye mask and essential oil ($488); and the Premium Package, which includes an additional 100% bamboo lyocell pillow case ($588). The set comes in a stylish gift box and in two colours, Sage and Sand.
Shop online at heveya.hk or visit 13/F, The Plaza, 21 D’Aguilar Street.
Elevate your teatime experience with Time for Tea’s elegant collection of products centred around afternoon tea. Time for Tea is the exclusive distributor of Mono Filio Teapots (pictured) in Hong Kong and also offers a range of flavourful loose-leaf teas, finely crafted tableware and stunning table linen.
Shop the full collection online at timeforteahk.com.
Happy Birthday to Affordable Art Fair, which celebrates its 10th anniversary in Hong Kong this year with over 80 local and overseas galleries. Browse the thousands of inspiring, cuttingedge artworks, alongside interactive workshops, engaging tours, and funfilled evening events. The Fair runs from 18 to 21 May at the HKCEC. Early Bird ticket sales (25 percent off) begin on 9 March via Eventbrite. affordableartfair. com/fairs/hong-kong
Psst: Look out for our reader giveaway on expatliving.hk in April for the chance to snag free tickets to the Fair.
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