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.
If you’re guilty of booking a staycation at a five-star hotel purely to get the opportunity to sleep on an ultra-luxurious mattress for a few nights, here’s some good news. You can now stay home and enjoy a mattress that surpasses even those! Sealy mattresses have long been found on beds in The Venetian Macao, Wynn Palace and multiple Marriott, Ritz-Carlton and InterContinental properties, and now the brand’s new Heritage by Sealy collection takes things a step further; it combines advanced technology, deluxe materials and fine craftsmanship to give new meaning to “support”, “comfort” and “durability”. Nodding off has never felt so good!
Try the mattresses at the brand new Heritage by Sealy store (Shop 231, HomeSquare, Shatin | 2668 9086) or the Sealy mattress stores in Wan Chai and Mong Kok. There are four in the collection, all available now.
Indigo Living has launched a new pop-up store in Times Square, featuring the brand’s stylish home furnishings and accessories, plus select pieces from the Christmas 2021 collection. To celebrate the opening, customers are instantly eligible to become Indigo Silver VIP members upon any purchase and enjoy year-round discounts. The Christmas 2021 collection includes two new trends: Christmas Glamour, a lively blend of style and comfort that brightens up any room; and Snowfall Serenity, combining a tranquil, rustic aesthetic with a wintry theme.
Shop 805-806, Times Square, 1 Matheson Street, Causeway Bay.
Gift of Sleep
Come down to Okooko at The Pulse this winter and experience the brand’s signature Heveya Natural Organic Latex mattresses, pillows and luxurious bamboo and French linen bedding. On Level 2, the store’s sleep experts can guide you to a more natural sleep in 2022. Or, if you’re looking for the perfect gift, there are some great deals in December and January for the special people in your life; these include 50 percent off the second pillow, and a complimentary goodie bag worth HK$500. Give the gift of slumber this holiday season!
White Tulip is the first complete bathroom range created from a single source by Philippe Starck for bathroom manufacturer Duravit. The unusual shape of everything in the range follows the organic silhouette of a blooming tulip, unfolding in an almost sculptural way. The two style collections are “Nature”, with its fresh, naturally inspired bathrooms, and “Culture”, an expression of urban sophistication. Both feature subtle and natural colours and materials that help to underline the extraordinary designs. Available from E.Bon, the authorised Duravit dealer in Hong Kong, at 369 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, or online.
Ethikaal is a new online marketplace offering a curated collection of fab sustainable brands that are good for the planet, great for the people making them and beautiful for our homes. The launch collection includes the likes of Soaper Delights (all-natural handmade soaps, deodorants and lip balms), Conspiracy Chocolate (craft bean-to-bar “accidentally vegan” chocolate), and The Impact Box, a sustainable gift box from local brands and non-profits, with a Sustainable Development Goals theme.
New at Central Market
Haustage and Dafu – two concept branches created by sustainable retailer Match Showroom – have opened in Central Market. The new twin stores bring an extra touch of green lifestyle to the revitalised historic location. Haustage is described as the first sustainable fashion and lifestyle design boutique in Asia – it has an existing outlet at The Mills – while Dafu is known for its iconic white sneakers. There are exclusive deals available at both stores until 31 December.
Close to You!
Home-furnishing giant IKEA has launched the very first Close to You concept store inside the Market Place grocer in Hong Kong’s Discovery Bay. Spanning more than 3,000 square feet, Close to You offers more than 110 home furnishing products together with 120 Swedish signature gourmet items ranging from meatballs and salmon, to sauces and condiments. The experience is highly digital, with selfpick-up lockers, an interactive screen for home-decorating inspiration and cooking recipes, and more.
Find it alongside Bread Pantry at the Market Place Discovery Bay.
E.Bon, a high-end supplier of kitchen cabinets and wardrobes in Hong Kong, is now offering a new VP01 collection by Vespa. The affordable new collection is designed by Tracy Lai and includes a kitchen cabinet, wardrobe and furniture. There’s a refreshing new colour scheme, too, and all the items are made from certified safe materials, with European hardware and storage systems. Plus, the entire process of design and installation is managed by the experienced E.Bon team. Too easy!
G/F, 62 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay. 3188 0659 | vespacucine.com
Create Your Dream Home!
Did you know that the Altfield Showroom has a team of professional interior decorators on hand to provide complimentary décor advice? Based on your aesthetic preferences and requirements, the Altfield team can create bespoke interior schemes for your home, curated from an array of over 30 interior furnishing brands that cover textiles, wall coverings, and more. Tailoring and upholstery services are available, too!
The first official Eicó store is now open in Hong Kong, which means you can head down and pick your favourite colours of the brand’s environmentally friendly paint, along with other products you know and love. Eicó has been recognised by multiple bodies from here in Hong Kong across to Europe for its excellence in environmental consideration.
Take a look at what the fuss is all about at Shop S1-2, G/F, Block B, Fuk Keung Industrial Building, 66-68 Tong Mei Road, Mong Kok.
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