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Give your home a personal touch

You’ve settled into your new Hong Kong home and have carefully selected furniture pieces that speak to you. All that’s left is to give your abode that final flourish. We asked the team from TREE Hong Kong for some tips on giving your space a personal touch with stylish home accessories.

Bedding

“There’s nothing more comforting than returning home to a sleeping nest you can rest and recharge in. Luckily, this year’s design trends are all about a cosy bed achieved through an abundance of layers. Our collection of bedding includes an extensive range of bedlinen sets, sumptuous quilts, throws and embroidered throw cushions in blues and natural tones that create a calming ambience perfect for waking up and falling asleep in.”

TREE bed

Dining and serving ware

“Love to have guests over for dinner? Add a bit of personal flair to your dining table with a set of naturally stunning dining and serve ware. Opt for designs handcrafted from grounding materials such as wood, marble and stone – TREE pieces feature individual wood grains and naturally occurring variances that make each piece wonderfully unique.”

Terracotta

“If you have an empty table surface or space to fill, consider layering a set of handcrafted terracotta pieces. This year’s design trends shine a light on artisanal pieces lovingly moulded by the hands of craftsmen, and whose skills have been honed over generations. They reflect the wabi-sabi philosophy of finding beauty in imperfection through their organic edges, scratches and textured surfaces, and they bear earthy tones that imbue warmth in your space.”

TREE Hong Kong home accessories - vases

To find out more about TREE Hong Kong’s range of sustainably stylish furniture and home accessories visit tree.com.hk or drop by one of their stores.

Find TREE at:
Horizon Plaza (Ap Lei Chau)
HomeSquare (Sha Tin)
YOHO Mall II (Yuen Long)

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This article first appeared in the City Guide 2019 issue of Expat Living magazine. Subscribe now so you never miss an issue.

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