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6 Statement Furniture Pieces To Make Your Home Look Amazing

By Sophie Pettit 7 October 2016
Decorating your home is a unique challenge in Hong Kong. Creating something eye-catching, comfortable, and practical in a confined space? Not easy. Thankfully, Hong Kong-based furniture company EMOH is here to help - and expanding too. To celebrate the opening of the new Soho store on October 14, we've handpicked our six favourite statement pieces. From funky storage solutions to eye catching details, achieving your dream home has never been easier with these quality buys. Happy shopping! 

1. Dining

Piece Dining Set Final Pull up a chair and dine in style at this rustic, wooden dining set. Take your pick of solid oak and walnut, and celebrate the absence of flat-packed furniture from your life when this one-piece, screw-less product arrives at your door. Stretching between 1.2m and 1.7m in length, this table, chair, and bench combo is ideal for couples, house shares, and families - especially with the option to buy additional matching chairs - should you need to squeeze some extra bodies around the table. Product name: Piece Dining Set How much: $18,668 $14,999

2. Lighting

Edinson bulb c If you're a fan of the industrial loft look, then this vintage light bulb will be right up your street. Small details are the key to creating a really special space, and in our opinion this bulb is the perfect example. Pair it with a simple lamp base to showcase the mesmerising filament - and stock up too, because at just $99 a pop this shabby chic product will never grow dull. Product name: Edinson Bulb C How much: $99

3. Storage

Untitled design-6 Whether you're showcasing your favourite crockery in the kitchen, stacking up your books in the living room, or sticking to Thai tradition and using it to store food, this Thai-inspired cabinet is fit for the job. Plus, the cut-out pattern of the semi-transparent metal doors is ideal for disguising clutter on those days when organisation is just too much to ask for. Product name: Tuu White How much: $9,800 $7,840

4. For The Kids

Untitled design-2 These adorable baby animal prints are the perfect addition to little ones' bedrooms. Take your pick from owls, deers, bears, and more, or follow our lead and create a series of three for a serious cuteness overload. Each print measures 33cm by 40cm, and many are now available for the discounted price of $499, so now's the time to load up your trolley. Product names: Little Racoon Art Print; Little Deer Art Print, Little Lion Art Print How much: $499 - $624

5. Speakers

Untitled design-7   Pump up the volume (within reason of course) with the 360 degree Arina Speaker. Available in a range of colours, including charcoal, light grey (pictured above), petrol blue, and pink, this funky sound system can stand out or blend in - it's totally up to you. Stand it on a surface, use it as a holder, or mount it on the wall and complement your Hong Kong home with the crisp soundtrack it deserves. Product names: Arina Speaker How much: $1,440 $1,224

6. Lounging

EMOH Poet Style Sofa As far as statement pieces go, you can't beat this sunny yellow delight of a sofa. Measuring 1.35m in length, this compact piece is perfectly suited to Hong Kong housing, and it's totally up to you whether you choose walnut or oak legs. If you're not a fan of the loud colour, don't panic, because there's a range of more muted tones available, including greys, reds, and browns in both fabric and leather, if yellow isn't your style. Product name: Poet Style Sofa How much: $7,800 $5,980 EMOH42 Aberdeen Street, Central, (+852) 3621 0751
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Sophie Pettit


Sophie is always on the lookout for a great story and her next big adventure and loves nothing more than discovering the city’s hidden gems—and most delicious cocktails. When she’s not exploring new places, she’s off travelling and ticking countries off her bucket list.

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