Best Places for One-Stop Home Furnishing Shopping

As an expat coming to Hong Kong for the first time (or maybe not), after having found a place to live, the next task you need to tackle is to furnish your flat. Aside from the obvious choices of IKEA and Franc Franc, there are a few of locations in Hong Kong that offer a one-stop convenience for furniture shopping.

Horizon Plaza, Ap Lei Chau

With 28 floors of stores dedicated mainly to furniture, Horizon Plaza is a furniture heaven. Though not cheap compared to other popular brands, you will be able to shop for both large furniture pieces and decorative items in all shapes and styles ― from vintage trunks, contemporary homeware, floral bathroom accessories, children furniture, eco-friendly solid wood dining table to outdoor barbecue grill.

Notable brand furniture stores at Horizon Plaza include Tequila Kola, Tree, Inside and Indigo.

On a side note, the plaza also houses a wide selection of fashion outlet stores with brand names such as Hugo Boss, Marni, Ralph Lauren and Marc Jacobs, just to name a few.

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Home World, Whampoa Garden

Home World might be comparatively more local and less chic than the other two locations but it is conveniently located at Whampoa Garden where you can easily find what you need for your home plus have a nice meal and shop for groceries and clothing.

Home World is one of the major structures within the Whampoa shopping cluster. Inside, you can shop for kitchen utensils, interior design service, mattresses, bed linens, lighting, and furniture and electronics for the entire home.

Brands at Home World include Centro, Giormani, Japan Home Centre, Ulferts, Airland and Fortress.

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Home Square, Shatin

Spanning across 5 floors, the 350,000 square feet shopping mall is located in Shatin, right next to the MTR station. HomeSquare is anchored by the IKEA superstore, which occupies the top two floors, while the remaining stores provide a good mix of products ― bedding and curtains, interior design, kitchen supply, lighting and appliances, home furnishing and children’s products.

Aside from local contemporary brands such as Homeless, Aluminium and Urban Living, HomeSquare also houses international brand names such as Franc Franc, Kartell, Panasonic, Philips, Laura Ashley, Serta, Simmons and etc. It even has a Tom Lee Music shop if you are a music enthusiast and want to get a piano.

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