Interior Design & Decor Hong Kong

  1. SofaSale featured in SCMP: Post Magazine 10 APR 2018

    Inside a Hong Kong village house like no other – a stylish, functional family home

    Hong Kong’s village houses are as cookie-cutter as they come but one Sai Kung abode stands out from the rest

    BY CHARMAINE CHAN

    Hong Kong village houses are often studies in uniform ugliness, built cheaply to cookie-cutter plans. Think small windows, exposed pipes and exterior walls blighted by air conditioners and other eyesores.

    Andrew Ho Hoi-tung’s three-storey, 2,100 sq ft village house in Sai Kung breaks the mould for several reasons: he designed it in 2013 to meet his and his family’s practical needs and aesthetic sensibilities. A British-trained structural engineer, he saw the potential to create a family home from a semi-detached block of three units, maximising the site’s knockout sea and green views.

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    The rooftop boasts sea and green views, with Sai Kung town in the distance.

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    On the ledge, the bronze rooster was a gift from Tammy Ho. The sofa set (HK$10,990) came from SofaSale.

    The full story you find on the SCMP website.

  2. Smart Feng Shui tips to create positive energy in your home

    Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese practice that has made its way into Western interior design. When using Feng Shui, the goal is to design a home that aligns with who you are as a person. It is also a way to ensure a space allows your energy (or “chi”) to remain positive and constant. And who doesn’t want that? You don’t have to be a Feng Shui expert to apply some of its principles in the home. I’ve gathered five easy tips that even beginners can use!
    1. Get rid of the clutter
    reduce                     We’re all guilty of creating clutter now and then – I know I am. Living in a cluttered home can make you feel stressed and overwhelmed. An easy way to keep the junk from piling up is to do a quick de-clutter session once a week.
    1. Ensure quality lighting
    lighting                   Dim lighting can drain our energy, so make sure each room has the right amount of light. For me, the best source of light is natural light. Installing various light sources is necessary, of course, so you can have light during evenings or in rooms without big windows.  
    1. Keep electronics out of the bedroom
    phones                   This is hard, I know, but quality sleep and relaxation is essential for creating good energy. Not only does a TV or computer in the room tempt you to stay up later than planned, but electronics can also diminish your quality of sleep.
    1. Let nature in
    nature                     Nature is soothing and the five elements of Feng Shui (wood, earth, fire, water and metal) have a lot to do with the outdoors. Wooden furniture pieces, plants and an indoor water fountain are all great ways to add nature to your home.  
    1. Choose colours carefully
      colours                 In Feng Shui, colours are important. For example, if I want a room to be relaxing, I could use the color blue to create a sense of calm. Here is a useful guide I found for choosing colours in Feng Shui. After applying some of these basic Feng Shui techniques, you might start to notice a change in how you feel at home. Feng Shui can help you feel happier, relaxed and more energized.    
  3. 2018 interior designer trends for Hong Kong

    Minimalistic design can transform a kitchen with high working bench all levelled at a convenient standing height, seamlessly into a corner dining area. The low height Jubilee stool complements this unique design.
    Love the combination. Country-side living-room, build into a top floor apartment. Our Chesterfield and Retro Elisen Lamps stand out in this interior design plan.
  4. Designer chairs create an unique and modern style to your apartment.

  5. Smart space efficient furniture solutions Hong Kong 2018

    From time to time we would like to share our custom-made furniture work with you. On below project, we have been asked to support custom made window cushions or matching bench cushions. Maybe it is good to know we can finish these cushions can in many different design; like pipping, buttons and multiple fabric and leather upholstery options, production lead-time depends on variations, in general 2-4 weeks lead time.

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    In Hong Kong, where space is tight, this kind of cushion solutions fits lots of residential projects, restaurants and offices which help to increase seating space inside a tight area. Please let us know in the future when you current projects do have furniture needs, we can try to provide the best offer for you.

    Please review below photo for your more information, we can also support the Leave Designer Lamp, Eames Chair or the Tulip Table. https://www.sofasale.com.hk/leave-designer-lamp https://www.sofasale.com.hk/eames-dsw-chair-promotion https://www.sofasale.com.hk/tulip-style-fibreglass-dining-table The Tolix Gun Metal chairs are hot in recent 2018 interior design dinning plans. The industrial look and feel of this iconic chair, is being considered a perfect match to the more rough designed solid wood top dining tables. The rolled steel chairs can come in a wide variety of colours and finishings. Given the new production techniques the cost prices have come down significantly, making this chair now affordable to a large Hong Kong audience. https://goo.gl/posts/jTYhC tolix chair  

  6. Be ready for Christmas 2017

    Transform your home into a festive gathering place for family and friends this holiday season. By sprucing it up with some simple show-stopping trimmings, you will turn your Hong Kong home into a merry residence while you prepare and celebrate the holidays. If you are intimidated by DIY projects, we have found crafts that are as elegant as they are easy to create. They are a great way to add some holiday spirit to your home in a classy and stylish way (without spending a fortune). If you do not have tons of extra time to craft and spend hours decorating, keep reading. To get you in the mood, we share this wonderful decorated Church, with neat details on modern furniture and Christmas artefacts and decoration. 

    Our easy effort ideas are perfect for you. Let your beautifully wrapped gifts serve as decorations until they are ripped open on Christmas morning. Or, consider hanging your holiday cards to your banister to add a pop of color and cheer instead of tucking the greetings away. Want to add some elegant Christmas trees to your repertoire of decorations? We can help you create edible versions that will sweeten up your kitchen or entryway. Here’s another tip to keep your décor elegant: stick to a similar palate. Metallic accessories look great in most spaces and add some shimmer and shine to create that festive feel.

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    Mantel Piece

    For an unexpected and sophisticated display, keep your pairing (wreath and trio of candlesticks) minimal. This grapevine branch wreath makes a wow-worthy decorative piece with its combination of evergreen branches, pomegranates, and amaryllis blooms.

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    Season’s Greetings

    Looking for a clever way to display the holiday cards that come your way? Use clips or clothespins to string them along the staircase. 

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    Warm Welcome

    Oh, the weather outside is frightful, but your fireplace looks so delightful. Set a cozy scene by wrapping twin birch logs in twinkling holiday lights. Sprinkle mercury glass candlesticks and votives along the sides for an extra boost of shine.

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    Let It Snow

    Dreaming of a white Christmas? Dangling from a window, these cascading strands of silver and white gift bows create the illusion of falling snow.

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  7. Help: How to clean my fabric Sofa?

    In this blog and video you will find some handy tips on how to clean your fabric sofa.

    Most sofas come with removable fabric covers, so the cover can be easily removed for dry-cleaning. If your sofa does not come these removable covers, or you do not want to go through all hassle of removing them, washing them and place them back, below some easy to follow tips and tricks to clean your sofa.

    Red Wine Stain:

    Begin immediately by soaking up the liquid with a paper towel.

    Saturate the stain with soda water.

    Dab up the liquid with a paper towel.

    For heavy stains, scrub the sofa with baking soda.

    Use a toothbrush to loosen the last of the stain.

    Finally, vacuum the sofa fabric clean.

    Pet hair:

    Prevention is better than a cure, don't let your pet on your sofa, of cover up the sofa.

    But if it's too late, use a rubber glove. Make sure the gloves are textured.

    Simply rub the hairs away. Ensure you vacuum all the hairs away.

    Oil and Grease Stains:

    First cover the stain with dishwashing liquid.

    Rinse with a damp cloth until the detergent is gone.

    For deep stains mix equal parts of water and ammonia.

    Scrub with a soft brush to remove the stain. Consult the manufacturer is the stain persists.

    Chewing gum:

    Put ice in a plastic bag and apply to the gum until it hardens.

    Then slowly peel the gum away.

    Follow these easy tips and tricks and your old furniture may look like new!

  8. Sneak peek inside - learn from the interior designers in Hong Kong

    SofaSale furniture used by our Hong Kong interior design customer.

    Everyday we work hard developing new furniture pieces, and since we offer a wide range of different furniture products, from Sofas to Beds, from dining chairs to Outdoor Lounges, it does give great satisfaction once interior designer specialists recognise our style, and use our products in their projects. Below project is unique, since for this project we supplied a wide range of furniture and in the end it all comes together in good harmony. Are interested to do the same, please do not hesitate to contact us, we are always available to offer free interior design advise and help you mix and match our product into your design plans. We do offer a great level of flexibility in terms of size changes, fabric and leather options etc. Just to ensure you can build your dream interior in your Hong Kong home.

    harrow-3                           Above:Lundana Sofa  Cruzman Single Sofa Marble Coffee Table Glass Side Table dining table                           Above: Reagan Glass Top Table Tiara Dining Chair                           Bayan                             Above: Burnham Cabinet cage table                         Above: Bilbao Sofa  Funky Metal Coffee Table Tulip table                               Above: Tulip Table Master Chair
  9. Fun, whimsical furniture for a Hong Kong kid’s home

    Great article in the SMCP Post magazine on Kids furniture in Hong Kong

    Cristina Sanchez-Kozyreva sums up her 5 favourite pieces of kids furniture. Not limited by any budget, she selected breathtaking furniture pieces from Eames to Magis, these products show you that just because it’s for children doesn’t mean it can’t be beautiful. Exclusivity seems to be the high on the selection criteria.  We are delighted that Cristina selected our Mini Egg Chair in the exclusive range of 5 kids furniture seating. The Egg Chair mini with a price tag of only HK$ 2,390 is clearly setting itself apart from the rest.

    Egg Chair mini.

    harry

    Harry Rocking Stool   |    HK$ 12,000

    bambi

    Bambi Stool   |   US$ 375

    Mico

    Mico  |   HK$ 2,400

    Eames Elephant

    Eames Elephant  |   HK$  2,100

    mini egg chair

    Mini Egg Chair  |   HK$ 2,390

    Please read the full article on the SCMP website: http://www.scmp.com/magazines/post-magazine/design-interiors/article/1995990/fun-whimsical-furniture-hong-kong-kids-home

  10. Six long dining tables you’ll want to linger at long after a meal

    SMCP Post magazine on October 23rd 2017.

    A selection of breathtaking tables with some price tags well past the  HK$ 100,000 ++ mark. Exclusivity seems to be the high on the selection criteria.  We are delighted our budget table Holten has made it to the selection of the exclusive range of 6 dining tables. The holten with a price tag of only HK$ 3,690 is clearly setting itself apart from the rest.

    Neto table                     Neto Table |   HK$ 218,900   |   Andante holten table                     Holten Table  |  HK$ 3,690    | SofaSale Makha Table                                 Makha Tae Table   |   HK$ 129,500   |  P Tendercool

    Split table

    Split Dining Table  |   HK$ 22,380   |  Says Who for Woud, from House For Goodies.

    Miyazaki Table

    Miyazaki En Table  |   HK$ 20,500  |  Igloo Homeware

    Edwards Table

    Edwards Dining Table   |  25,900  |   Bowerbird Home.

    Please read the full article on the SCMP website: http://www.scmp.com/magazines/post-magazine/design-interiors/article/2115673/six-long-dining-tables-youll-want-linger

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