We chat with ADA WONG and ERIC LIU of Littlemore Interior Design Hong Kong about the small details they enjoy incorporating into their design projects to help make people feel more satisfied in their homes – like a yoga wall!
“We established Littlemore in 2008. In the beginning, it was a part-time side business, mainly doing friends’ places and referral projects. It became full-time in 2019 when more and more people knocked on our door and we ended up not being able to cope with all the work on the side.”
“Our top priority is to make our life fulfilling. So, we do projects that are to our liking and that bolster our overall growth and happiness. Design-wise, we believe that the warmness and comfort of a space is determined by whether the people inside feel attached to it. We care about the little details that make a space more than just a place where you exist, but also a personal realm to bring you a homely, carefree and cheerful vibe for whatever stage of life you’re at.”
About the yoga wall installation
“A regular yoga routine can be a difficult thing to establish if you don’t live near a studio, or if you’re an on-the-go type who struggles to make time for a regular class. Doing yoga at home can help you to fit the practice seamlessly into your life. Despite the limited space in most Hong Kong homes, by carefully considering the area, the amount of daylight, the orientation, the view and any safety aspects, a yoga wall can be integrated into a room such as the living room, and can blend perfectly with the interior design.”
“We try to keep our team simple and flexible in order to provide a more personalised experience to clients. The two of us oversee every project from scratch to finish, alongside our trusted long-term partnering specialists from various fields whenever our projects call for it.”
“Our way of living has changed a lot in the past few years. Every one of us has been trying our best to adapt to situations that are sometimes out of our control. We’re looking forward to a better time to come in 2023, with more of a focusing on our inner self, while at the same time treasuring moments with our families and friends. Our interior arrangements will also reflect these wishes, and bring more soothing and joyful feelings to people.”
Find out more about Littlemore Interior Design at littlemore.com.hk and on Instagram @littlemore.design.
This article first appeared in the Winter 2022/23 issue of Expat Living magazine. Subscribe now so you never miss an issue.