SofaSale Blog

  1. Cowhide Barcelona Chair

    The beloved Barcelona Chair comes in all sorts and colours. A rather controversial type is the Barcelona Chair cowhide. This beautiful cowhide edition adds a unique twist to every interior, with identical dimension to the original design, this chair is the perfect reproduction, and remains stylish and elegant in the years to come. The Barcelona Chair in cowhide inspired by...
  2. 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...
  3. SofaSale in SCMP Post Magazine

    Maxed-out minimalist Hong Kong flat. Architect Wesley Liu renovated his sleek apartment just in time to bring his new wife home, writes Adele Brunner. Architect Wesley Liu Yik-kuen doesn't live life by halves. Last year, as well as managing his interior design firm, PplusP Designers, coming up with ideas for a range of furniture and accessories (to be launched online...
  4. Enhancing your livingroom with this Designer Indoor Beanbag

    We have taken one of the most iconic soft furnishings from the 1970s and reinvented it to complement 21st century interior design themes. Retaining the unique feel that only the support of thousands of polystyrene beans can provide, we have created a range of smart, stylish yet essentially fun indoor beanbag chairs, embodying the design principles of retro chic whilst...
  5. SofaSale featured in SCMP: Post Magazine

    Blue and white Lantau family home lets the living be easy With its dazzling colour scheme and rustic vibe, this bright and breezy Lantau family home is a breath of fresh air, writes Viv Jones. From the outside, Jo and Willy Lorenz’s village house in Lantau is unassuming and unremarkable. The 2,100-sq-ft, threestorey building looks much like its island neighbours...
  6. One of a kind designer chair

    A masterpiece from the designer Poul Volther, who originally designed this Corona Chair in 1961. This reproduction is made by hand and finished to perfection. The Corona chair has featured in many interior designer magazines over the last decades, and is recognised as both stylish and comfortable. This Corona chair can be finished in leather or fabric, and does make...
  7. SofaSale attends the In-Home Expo 2016 show June 10-12th

    SofaSale is participating in the 2016 In-home Expo fair held at the WanChai Convention Centre from the 10th -12th of June.  Please do visit us at Booth B11 for amazing promotions and Crazzzzy Prices discounts! SofaSale 將於本月11日至12日進駐家居博覽,為你帶來一連串驚喜優惠,絕不能錯過!當日我們將於灣仔會展B11舖,期待你們與我們一同感受當中的喜悅! For free entry to the fair, please visit the expo website here. 想免費入場,即登入博覽網站 We look forward to see you next week and drink...
  8. British Heritage united into a Sofa

    British sofas share a complex history, alongside the elite, the privileged and aristocrats. History reveals that the Leather Chesterfield Sofas and the fabric Camberley sofas have been commonly used in the confines of old institutions, government buildings and luxurious homes for generations. 英國沙發歷史久遠,很多傢具均以高品質、優雅為名。以Camberley sofas 為例。是很多皇室及政府官邸曾使用的高級傢具。 A room, in the 1900’s, would not be complete, unless the master owns a British hand-crafted...
  9. The Barcelona Chair, a closer look

    The Barcelona Chair needs little in the way of introduction. One of the most iconic and celebrated designs of the 20th century, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s Barcelona Chair appears to us now “as if it has existed forever. It was originally designed for the German Pavilion, that country's entry for the International Exposition of 1929, which was hosted by...
  10. Amazing reclaimed wooden furniture in Hong Kong

    In the furniture industry nothing is more exciting than crafting new wooden furniture from reclaimed and salvaged wood. This wood has seen some initial use prior to becoming rustic furniture. Much of this wood has been lying around for decades. Some of the wood that we use originated as dead and fallen trees, and now have a second life as...