Two new seasonal home design trends head up the Spring/Summer 2022 collection of Indigo Living – one with a retro glam vibe, and the other with serene, natural appeal. We take a look at some highlights, plus some great furniture rental options.
About Indigo Living
Indigo Living is well known to EL readers; but did you know that it had its genesis all the way back in 1979, as an upmarket furniture and interior store? Today, 43 years later, it boasts eight one-stop lifestyle concept stores in Hong Kong, including the flagship store in Horizon Plaza.
While the brand is rooted in HK, over those four decades its contemporary interiors have graced countless stylish homes, upscale serviced apartments, five-star hotel rooms and show flats not just here, but also from the Middle East to mainland China. Complementing the retail arm of the business, Indigo offers bespoke solutions that include full-scope interior design and styling services, custom furniture and a rental programme.
Here’s a look at just a handful of options for decking out your home in style.
Two Seasonal Trends
Indigo’s Studio 54 collection is named for New York’s famous former disco and nightclub of the seventies, and features fun, bright colours accentuated by reflections and curves, oversized elements, rich velvet and gold, and more. This is décor that will have you smiling from the moment you set foot in the space.
The Oasis collection, on the other hand, has a more serene vibe, inspired by nature, with a focus on calming, luxurious elements. The collection aims to bring the outdoors in, through the use of soft greens and blues, rustic wood, light marble, smooth ceramics and textured linens.
The Rental Route
For those looking to live the Indigo style but who might be waiting for their shipment to arrive, or aiming to take a more eco-conscious approach to home furnishings, Indigo Living offers rental of furniture and household items from as little as one month to two years.
The team says that its cost-effective and seamless rental program is enjoying increasing demand, including among developers and homeowners who want to have a furnished space to show off their properties with minimal investment, and from landlords who find it advantageous to offer a furnished flat designed to tenants’ tastes and needs.
Pictured below is just one example of an Indigo furniture rental collection, Mont Rouge.
To find out more, visit Indigo Living’s flagship store at 6/F, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau, or go to indigo-living.com.
This article first appeared in the Summer 2022 issue of Expat Living magazine. Subscribe now so you never miss an issue.