Where to Find Cool Vintage Home Décor in Hong Kong


Where to Find Cool Vintage Home Décor in Hong Kong

Bustling business districts and upscale shopping centres filled with luxury stores are common in Hong Kong, but beyond the concrete are an increasing number of vintage shops selling retro items and bric-a-brac finds. If you’re looking to shop vintage for your humble abode, you’re guaranteed to find something unique from this list.

LAB Collector Hong Kong

LAB Collector Hong Kong is a homegrown vintage store located in the shopping district of Kowloon. The shop, which has been around for over a decade, is known for its vast range of retro-inspired tableware such as mugs, plates, utensils, and tea sets that double as home décor. Coffee tools and essentials such as French press, pour over, milk pitcher, and strainer are also on sale for those looking to be their own barista at home. You can order from LAB Collector’s online store or shop directly from its outlet at Honeytex Building.

Location: 4/F Honeytex Building, 22 Ashley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Pattern Vintage

Known for its stunning collection of bags, Pattern Vintage also has a dedicated section for antique home décor. From quirky lamps to retro mugs and clocks, you’ll be able to spruce up your house like the ones in vintage movies. This vintage store can be found on Tsin Yip Street but if you prefer to shop from the comforts of your home, you may order through its well-curated Instagram page.

Location: Room 1612, 16/F, Core 45, 43 Tsun Yip Street, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong


If you’re an antique newbie, you might want to check out @jiksap. This vintage shop offers a great selection of retro items from cabinets, side tables, sewing machines, vases, and chandeliers. It’s also home to an impressive collection of old newspapers and movie posters. Whether you’re planning on changing the theme of your bedroom or just want to start collecting vintage pieces, you’ll be delighted to find cool stuff from @jiksap.

Location: 9/F Block A, An Lok Factory Building, 90 Kowloon City, Tok Wa Wan, Hong Kong

HOW – Japanese Furniture Store

HOW, a one-stop shop for quality furniture, is among the many vintage shops that sprouted in the bustling city of Hong Kong. Whether you’re looking for a ‘60s-inspired couch or an ‘80s-style chair, this store has vintage items that are too irresistible. Of course, not all are in mint condition, but most are good as new to reuse. HOW has an online shop but if you wish to see the pieces themselves, head to its Art Mall outlet.

Location: Shop 307-309, 3/F, K11 Art Mall, 18 Hanoi Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

966 Time Traveller

If you’re into one-of-a-kind antique treasures, 966 Time Traveller is the place to be. Find everything from unique items like vintage toys, dolls, and watches. You’ll even spot some rare vases from its extensive collection. It may not have a selection of home improvement products, but its handpicked retro items add a pop of colour and personality to any space. Shop online or from its physical store on Foo Ming Street.

Location: 3/H, Po Ming Building, 2-6 Foo Ming Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

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