There’s always plenty happening at Hong Kong-based home furnishing retailer Indigo Living. Here are just a few exciting developments and trends taking the company into 2021.
1. New Atelier
Indigo founder John McLennan describes the new Indigo Atelier in Horizon Plaza as “packed with furniture, lighting and artwork created by artists and designers for people who truly want a unique, well-designed and well crafted piece of furniture at a great price.” Expect refined materials, elegant finishes and striking collections from respected contemporary designers – from LA’s Thomas Bina to British luminaries Tracey Boyd, Kelly Hoppen MBE and Martin Waller.
2. Townhouse Chic
Get nesting with Townhouse Chic, a look that’s warm, relaxed and versatile. Classic 20th-century forms combine with contemporary details; curves mix with lines, metal with tactile elements, and colour with neutrals. The result is a collection that works anytime, anywhere.
Inspired by the Japanese concept of wabi-sabi, this collection features simple, clean lines, understated elegance and an appreciation for the natural patinas of wood, leather and metal. Earthy browns, eggshell and sand set a low-key foundation, with shades of inky blue adding a touch of colour.
4. Made-to-order sofa
The elegant, relaxed, best-selling Basel sofa is now customisable and can be made to suit your space and needs. Choose leather, linen or velvet; two-seater, L-shape or larger; or neutral, bright and bold – there’s a configuration, colour and style just right for you
The Indigo Group includes Indigo Living and Indigo Kids.
Find out more at indigo-living.com, or visit the flagship stores at 6/F and 8/F, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau.
This article first appeared in the City Guide 2020 issue of Expat Living magazine. Subscribe now so you never miss an issue.