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Where to get gorgeous home furnishings

Whether you’re furnishing your new home, it’s time for a refresh, or you just love beautiful things – you need to spend time in the Altfield Interiors showroom. This beautiful space is home to one of the largest ranges of home furnishings in Hong Kong. It’s a true delight for everyday home decorators or design enthusiasts, and a one-stop-shop for professional interior designers. The showroom carries over 30 brands, the entrance offering a seasonal showcase, with collections curated according to country of origin beyond that. Here’s just a taste.


Famous Venetian textile brand Rubelli plays a starring role in the Italian section, offering a fresh and contemporary colour palette, classic weaves and high-performance fabrics. The Armani/Casa range provides a traditional fashion experience translated into home furnishings.


You’ll note among the Pierre Frey portfolio that its French designers have been inspired by the East for some of their collections. This results in a beautiful fusion of French tradition and oriental influence, a fitting expression for families newly relocated from Europe.


Colefax & Fowler is available for those seeking a traditional British look – many expat families may favour Jane Churchill’s more modern and well-priced range, as well as colourful prints and embroideries from Manuel Canovas.


Designing in Asia just wouldn’t be the same without at least considering some Jim Thompson silk. You’ll notice the brand’s breadth; it has evolved to now offer more than traditional silk. USBring a touch of iconic American styling and get inspired by Ralph Lauren. This is the corner for contemporary artisan wall coverings from Weitzner and fine designer trimmings from Samuel & Sons. You’ll also find the softer, natural touch of Larsen, another classic American design house.

Altfield Interiors
101, Nine Queen’s Road, Central
2525 2738 | altfield.com.hk


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