Kitchen & Dining Room Furniture Sets

  1. Pre-launch of the 2017 dining room furniture

    Summer is hot and temperatures are well above 30 degrees Celsius in Hong Kong. Lot's people preparing for summer holidays and flying over the world to visit family and friends. Celebrating the good life..

    We are busy and planning our product portfolio for after summer and we are delighted to be able to share some for our wonderful dining room furniture pieces of the 2017 collection. SofaSale is proud and honored to be the preferred furniture retailer to launch and introduce these furniture products to the Hong Kong consumers.

    In below video you will find a reach of dining chair and dining tables, study desks.

    All chairs can be upholstered in your preferred fabric, so you will be able to create a unique styled dining room. These chairs will be commercially grade quality, so a perfect choice for clubhouse, restaurants, congress centre etc.

    More information on our SofaSale website.

  2. SofaSale in Post Magazine

    A Hong Kong flat where the kitchen takes centre stage

    Two avid cooks have defied Hong Kong interior norms by designing their Mid-Levels apartment around a wonderful gas stove.

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    There's a reason people in Hong Kong eat out so often: in this city, it's a pain to cook at home. Kitchens are usually small and designed to be used by one person. For Paul and Morgaine McGee, it was a situation that didn't mesh with their lifestyle.

    "We love to cook," says Morgaine. "We do it four or five times a week and it's always a massive spread."

    The couple grew up in Connecticut, in the United States, but didn't meet until both were living in Hong Kong (Morgaine works in fashion and Paul in transport). Eight years ago, they had been dating for only a month when Paul decided to buy a flat in a 1960s building. He was living in a high-rise housing estate and was looking for something a little more intimate.

    "I couldn't stomach the idea of a big, flashy lobby, and I wanted to live in a real neighbourhood," he says.

    With the help of Morgaine, he found what he was looking for in a low-key corner of Mid-Levels.

    The 1,137 sq ft apartment needed work, but when the dust finally settled on their first renovation, the McGees weren't entirely satisfied with the result. The kitchen had been squeezed into a narrow slither at the rear of the apartment, which made for some cosy evenings with guests. Two years ago, however, the couple decided to redo the flat and enlisted the help of a friend, architect Cameron Hestler.

    Text Christopher DeWolf / Styling David Roden / Photography John Butlin

    Dining room Morgaine McGee found the dining table (HK$6,500) at Tree (www.tree.com.hk). The dining chairs (HK$2,500 each) were bought from Sofa Sale (www.sofasale.com.hk). The pendant light (HK$3,500) came from Indigo Living. The sterling-silver fish on the wall was made by California-based artist Ruth Wright ([email protected]). The Trust floor tiles, by Atlas Concorde, were sourced through Pacific Gallery (159 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, tel: 2827 9918) years ago.

     
  3. 2015 affordable dining room furniture

    We love our homes and like to spend time on decorating the interior to reflect our mood and spirit. Fact is our homes in Hong Kong are small, due to ever increasing house prices, we are forced to maximise every inch of floorspace. At SofaSale we have developed a tailor-made furniture section, for those of you want really need to create off-size furniture to fit into the apartment. Especially for those with a lower budget, and small apartment, we now have the 2015 affordable dining room section. Many Tables for under the HKD 3,000 mark, and upholstered designer chairs for below the HKD 800 mark. 2015 精選飯廳傢俱 佈置家居是一件樂事,傢俱的選擇同時返映了你的個人性格及品味。 香港空間有限,在選擇傢俬時會有很多限製。SofaSale 了解你的需要,為你喜歡的款式度身訂做,必定切合你家居的需要。 為你介紹2015精選飯廳傢俱,部份飯枱低至HK3,000,品味設計椅子低至HK$800。 In the above video you can see a selection of our products, for more product ideas: click here. Vee_A6099-Table__0001_01   Vee Table: HKD 3,590    (product here)Flyx_A6105-Table-02Flyx Table: HKD 2,990  (product here)Curve_A6108-Table-02Curve Table: HKD 2,990  (product here)  
  4. SofaSale in postmagazine

    A Hong Kong flat where the kitchen takes centre stage

    Two avid cooks have defied Hong Kong interior norms by designing their Mid-Levels apartment around a wonderful gas stove

    BY CHRISTOPHER DEWOLF

    wire chair

    There's a reason people in Hong Kong eat out so often: in this city, it's a pain to cook at home. Kitchens are usually small and designed to be used by one person. For Paul and Morgaine McGee, it was a situation that didn't mesh with their lifestyle.

    "We love to cook," says Morgaine. "We do it four or five times a week and it's always a massive spread."

    The couple grew up in Connecticut, in the United States, but didn't meet until both were living in Hong Kong (Morgaine works in fashion and Paul in transport). Eight years ago, they had been dating for only a month when Paul decided to buy a flat in a 1960s building. He was living in a high-rise housing estate and was looking for something a little more intimate.

    "I couldn't stomach the idea of a big, flashy lobby, and I wanted to live in a real neighbourhood," he says.

    With the help of Morgaine, he found what he was looking for in a low-key corner of Mid-Levels.

    The 1,137 sq ft apartment needed work, but when the dust finally settled on their first renovation, the McGees weren't entirely satisfied with the result. The kitchen had been squeezed into a narrow slither at the rear of the apartment, which made for some cosy evenings with guests. Two years ago, however, the couple decided to redo the flat and enlisted the help of a friend, architect Cameron Hestler.

    This time it was a success.

    "It's all about the kitchen," says Morgaine. A year before the second renovation, she had bought a Viking eight-burner gas range and oven. "I was keeping it in storage," she says. "I gave it to Cameron and said, 'Design an apartment around it.'" The result is a one-bedroom apartment oriented towards the living areas, with a large open kitchen, dining room and salon that are always ready to host friends for either casual drinks and tapas, or a big blowout, like the McGee's Christmas party, which drew 100 people.

    Dining room Morgaine McGee found the dining table (HK$6,500). The dining chairs (HK$2,500 each) were bought from Sofa Sale (sofasale.com.hk). The sterling-silver fish on the wall was made by California-based artist Ruth Wright ([email protected]).

    Interested in the full article: please visit the SCMP Post magazine website.

  5. Salved wood dining tables

    Antique reclaimed ELM wood tables are getting popular in Hong Kong, no wonder if you see the design. They seamlessly fit into the interior of the living room. We tailor make the size and finish for you. Still in doubt, come and have a look at it yourself.

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