5 Best Stores for Furniture in Hong Kong

Wanting to buy furniture in Hong Kong?

Sometimes it feels that when it comes to buying furniture in Hong Kong, the only options available are going to Ikea, or visiting Horizon Plaza in Ap Lei Chau. Do you wish you knew of other options for finding quirky furniture in Hong Kong that has character?

We’ve done our homework, and we have the answers.

Why is selecting furniture in Hong Kong so important?

With so many people renting in Hong Kong, there are often limitations in terms of what changes you can make to your apartment.

That’s why selecting the right furniture in Hong Kong is so important. Furniture, which reflects your style, can turn an ordinary apartment into a luxury statement home.

The benefits of making good choices with furniture include:

  • Good furniture choices will help to clearly define the space, maximizing square feet
  • You’ll likely feel calmer and more comfortable in your home with pieces that effortlessly work within the space
  • Furniture will quickly give your home a sense of individualism and style

What are the key considerations when buying furniture in Hong Kong?

First, let’s discuss some important considerations when it comes to selecting furniture in Hong Kong.

Small apartment sizes

In Hong Kong, it’s rare to see oversized sofas or chaise lounges, and that’s for good reason.

As you surely know, the size of your apartment is probably quite small.

When selecting furniture in Hong Kong, you’ll likely have to ask yourself if a particular piece of furniture is essential. If it’s not critical, then unnecessary furniture will only help to make your home feel smaller.

Make sure that you get out your measuring tape, and that you ensure your new piece of furniture will fit perfectly into your home.


Elevators in Hong Kong can be rather small, particularly those elevators found in older buildings.

If your new item of furniture can’t fit in the elevator, you might have to consider paying to get it hoisted up to your apartment. That’s sure to create extra costs and extra headaches.

Resale value

Let’s face it, lots of people in Hong Kong come and go, and plenty of people move around.

When it comes time to try to sell or give away furniture, you’ll find that smaller sized furniture is in high demand. In contrast, large-sized pieces are harder to find buyers for and in fact, many charities won’t accept larger sized pieces.

Top picks for furniture stores in Hong Kong

Aside from Ikea and Horizon Plaza, sometimes it’s hard to think about where to buy furniture in Hong Kong.

To give your worries a respite, we have handpicked the best furniture stores in Hong Kong to help you find items with character and class.

Whether you are looking for wooden Scandinavian furniture or industrial pieces in Hong Kong, we have you covered.

1. EMOH Design

The store, EMOH Design in Hong Kong, specializes in high quality Scandinavian furniture.

Photo courtesy of EMOH Design.

Located in Kwun Tong, EMOH Design offers clean Scandinavian furniture. EMOH believes in the “Art of less”, so if you love chic style, this is your paradise and a great place to get designer furniture in Hong Kong.

Scandinavian furniture is famous for clean wooden pieces, and when it comes to wooden furniture, EMOH provides lots of options.

We recently bought a chest of drawers from EMOH which was offered in three different colors. We were absolutely delighted with our purchase.

In addition to the typical pieces of furniture you’d expect to find (tables, sofas, bookshelves, etc), one of the best things about EMOH is that they sell a large number of pieces that are sure to surprise and delight.

We love their teak table centerpiece for $980 and their raw sugar stool for $880.

I found out about this store from a friend who is known for having fabulous interior taste, I only wish I had known about it sooner.  Take the time to check out the showroom in Kwun Tong.

Location: Room 1001, 10F Century Centre, 44-46 Hung To Rd, Kwun Tong

2. Decor8

Decor8 sells super stylish furniture in Hong Kong, they offer a huge variety of pieces including modern, rustic and mid-Century.

Photo courtesy of Decor8 Facebook.

Decor8 is the definition of stylish interior design.

Their amazing sense of style can be seen in every single piece of furniture, and their products are decently priced.

Their offering includes copies of mid-century modern furniture, art-deco pieces as well as modern pieces. While the style of furniture offered at Decor8 varies, the consistent theme is that the pieces they sell are super stylish.

In fact, every item screams of good taste.

If you want some inspiration for your own apartment, check out their social media handles. There is plenty there to feel inspired about.

A must mention is their strikingly beautiful sofas. Decor8’s sofa collection is elaborate. You can be sure to find the sofa of your dreams here.

Locations in Mong Kong and Wanchai.

  • 9/F Unit B, Fuk Chiu Factory Building, 20 Bute Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon
  • 8/F, Full Floor, Shun Pont Commercial Building, 5-11 Thomson Road, Wanchai

3. 2nd Chance

Many beautiful pieces from stores such as Tequila Kola, Indigo, and Tree can be found at 2nd Chance.

Photo courtesy of 2nd Chance Facebook.

If you love a good deal (the above sofa is selling for $1,800), or you simply prefer to shop sustainably, check out 2nd Chance.

At 2nd Chance, you can expect to find authentic, high-quality furniture at some really great prices.  You will find a lot of pieces that speak of Hong Kong; think oriental dresses, and plenty of dark wooden pieces.

If you are concerned that the pieces will be worn out or damaged, don’t be. 2nd Chance only accepts good quality furniture.

The deals they offer are hard to refuse!

Why? Because you get premium and luxury furniture at such cheap prices. You can turn your house into a stylish home full of designer pieces at affordable prices.

Many beautiful pieces from stores such as Tequila Kola, Indigo, and Tree can be found at 2nd Chance. If you’re wanting to find the best store for buying furniture in Hong Kong, head on over to their warehouse.

Location: 2nd Floor, Unit 14, Kin Fat Industrial Centre, 13 Kin Fat Street Tuen Mun.

4. Go Green Shop

Go Green Shop in Hong Kong sells recycled and up-styled second home furniture including tables, chairs and sofas.

Photo courtesy of https://unsplash.com/@naomish.

Want to buy great furniture in Hong Kong and save the environment? We recommend GoGreenShop, which is the partner company to Green Dot Home.

GoGreenShop is an environmentally-friendly platform that sells used and upcycled household items. They have a simple goal and that is to promote sustainable living in Hong Kong.

The prices are low. You will be hard-pressed to find better value for money, plus you can feel happy knowing that part of your purchase will go towards a charitable cause.

Their aim is to collect used furniture and homeware (which they do so via Green Dot Home), and then sell as is or upcycle so they can help to decrease Hong Kong’s waste.

They have a great collection of furniture including chairs and tables, check them out online.

5. Homeless

Started in 2003, Homeless now has 13 retail outlets across Hong Kong.

The name “Homeless” refers to the furniture in Hong Kong they sell in their stores which are considered in need of a good home and “homeless” without an owner.

Sound unique, right? Well, so is their furniture in Hong Kong.

From quirky showpieces to more subtle pieces, Homeless is a holistic furniture store in Hong Kong. You can probably find all you need here, including a good range of kids and office furniture.

In recent years, Homeless is offering a larger amount of Scandinavian furniture, they offer lots of simple and clean pieces from Danish designer HAY including sofas, beds, dining tables. dining chairs, and shelves.

In addition, they sell other accessories like quirky phone cases, jewelry, face masks, etc.

Other than their amazing furniture they also offer a newsletter service, which is unique like everything about them. If you’re looking for decor advice,  subscribe to this service.

For unique yet stylish furniture, Homeless is the perfect place for you. Best of all, their furniture is quite pocket friendly.

Locations here.


If you are a furniture enthusiast or just looking for the perfect interior design for your home, we hope this article helps you to find the perfect pieces for your home.

Whatever your style, from Scandinavian, Rustic, Art Deco to Mid-Century Modern, we have you covered. These are all stores that we love and adore.


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