There are several home decoration stores in HK. In some of them, you may be able to find the styles and products you are looking for, but when you look at the price tag, you remember how much more affordable these types of products are in the US. Plus, if you buy from the US, you don’t have to worry about your friend’s home having the same products as yours.
Today we share a few merchants you (or one of your friends) may be interested in shopping from to help you get everything you need for your home:
Crate & Barrel – “everything you need to outfit your home”. Their products are sourced from all over the world (42 countries) to ensure exclusive products in every category. They are known for their housewares and extensive furniture collection.
Pier 1 Imports – specialize in imported home furnishing and decor, particularly furniture, table-top items, decorative accessories, and seasonal decor. They describe their products as “inspiring, fun, colorful, creative and definitely out of the ordinary”. They have both fashion-forward trends and handcrafted exclusive products.
Potterybarn – design and craft furniture and decor in a range of aesthetics and sizes. The idea is to “create a home that is unique to their customer’s space and lifestyle”. They have products and accessories for every room in your home.
Williams Sonoma – their motto is “we believe that home is the heart of everything”. William Sonoma’s product range tends to focus more on kitchen items. The products are a bit higher end then the other merchants mentioned here so if you are interested in splurging or need a gift for a special occasion, this is a place to shop.
Some other merchants to source home decor items from are:
Bed Bath & Beyond – the “beyond” means home decor items
Container Store – looking for more practical things, the Container Store is great for organizing your home
One Kings Lane – offers both off the shelf home decor and design services
West Elm – design 90% of their products inhouse and focus on organic, handcrafted and sustainably sourced products (look for their “Fair Trade Certified” products)