World Interiors Day, which is held during the last weekend in May, is an annual worldwide event initiated by The International Federation of Interior Architects/Designers (IFI) to bring Interior Architecture/Design to the attention of the public, to enhance knowledge and … Continue reading
Have you thought of how to celebrate with your mum? Here are some beautiful flower you can give to your mum and she can use it as flower decoration at home! Click on the images to find out more information. … Continue reading
Easter is the demonstration of God that life is essentially spiritual and timeless – Charles M. Crowe Happy Easter everyone!
Hong Kong is situated just south of the Tropic of Cancer and has a humid subtropical climate. Though the average low temperature is 14°C in January, there are occasional cold front which brings strong, cooling winds from the north. I have … Continue reading
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Let’s look at some home decorations for V Day.
Happy Chinese Year! Check out these oriental style pieces of furniture. INTERIORS HK would like to wish you and your family a prosperous Year of the Rooster, full of peace, good health and fulfilment! … Continue reading
Arranging a photo wall is a great way to show your favorite family and friends photos, as well as display photos of special events such as weddings or exotic vacations. Here are some ideas for photo walls. Merry Christmas everyone and see … Continue reading
2017 is just around the corner and it is good to clear up items that are no longer usable in your home. Expired coupons. Expired sample-sized toiletries. Expired Medicines and vitamins. Expired sauces. Expired sunscreens. Expired membership cards. Leftovers in fridge. … Continue reading
The butterfly stool designed by Sori Yanagi in 1956, can be seen as an elegant and harmonic synthesis of Eastern and Western cultures. Highly favored in America during the 1950’s, it was easy to dismantle and transport. The butterfly stool … Continue reading
The Court of Final Appeal in Central was built on reclaimed land using hundreds of Chinese fir-tree piles as foundations. It was opened by Governor Lugard in 1912 and was home to the Supreme Court until 1985 when it was … Continue reading