3,609 hong kong Home Design Photos

Alexandra Lauren Designs
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Modern Moroccan Roof Top
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No this photo is in Hong Kong :).
Outdoor Rug: Horchow OUtdoor Furniture: photo in Hong Kong?? bamboo screens
furniture in Hong Kong. Unlike metal furniture, the resin rattan won't scorch you if the furniture has been left in the direct sun — as it often is during hot Hong Kong summers. Choose fabric that will survive in your respective climate — I look for fabrics that will hold up in Hong Kong's humid and tepid
“Good color rug” — Anouska Johnson
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The Vineyard in Hong Kong
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A set of sofa was bought in HORIZON PLAZA in Hong Kong
A set of sofa was bought in HORIZOM PLAZA in Hong Kong.
platform base and outdoor sectional sofa. All of the decor is waterproof, a necessity in humid and typhoon-prone Hong Kong.
8. Create privacy without compromising style. In Hong Kong your nearest neighbor can be at arm's length. To enjoy a rooftop fully, you want to create privacy while still having
or create private spaces. Passionfruit, honeysuckle and firecracker vines are just a couple of my favorite climbers that do exceptionally well in Hong Kong.
“Makes the most if small space” — Eva Uhlir Kellogg
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Cottekill Church
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above a 1920s-era jelly cabinet in the kitchen. "I purchased the luggage tags from a collector in Hong Kong," she says. "There are tags from over 20 different cities and countries, such as Egypt, Hong Kong, Mexico, London, Germany and many others. I love the graphics, because they tell a story about the
above a 1920s-era jelly cabinet in the kitchen. "I purchased the luggage tags from a collector in Hong Kong," she says. "There are tags from over 20 different cities and countries, such as Egypt, Hong Kong, Mexico, London, Germany and many others. I love the graphics, because they tell a story about the
“Extra small cabinet for storage” — leighmcgee
Urban Design & Build Limited
Puzzle Box
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Many of these tong-lau buildings were renovated and turned into rental units during the postwar years, which saw an influx of immigrants into Hong Kong. Single rooms were often divided into sleeping spaces with bunk beds, while residents shared the bathrooms and kitchens. This particular building had
very traditional tong-lau layout, with the maximum amount of square footage used and a higher ceiling height than most residential apartments in Hong Kong.
“Legs” — chandrac
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The Vineyard in Hong Kong
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Changes Changes in floor level, even those much less pronounced than what’s shown here, can create zones within a space without the use of walls. This Hong Kong residence has a sunken living room on the way to the rear yard. Here the wall shelving enables the space to work in a minimalist way, and there’s
Changes in floor level, even those much less pronounced than what’s shown here, can create zones within a space without the use of walls. This Hong Kong residence has a sunken living room on the way to the rear yard. Here the wall shelving enables the space to work in a minimalist way, and there’s
ChangesChanges in floor level, even those much less pronounced than what’s shown here, can create zones within a space without the use of walls. This Hong Kong residence has a sunken living room on the way to the rear yard. Here the wall shelving enables the space to work in a minimalist way, and there’s
“The bookshelf.” — jjm865
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Pacific Palisades (Hong Kong)
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Pacific Palisades (Hong Kong)
Wanchai, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Living room,Hong Kong
Hong Kong
“curtains” — Felix Ng
Cynthia Lynn Photography
6 Reviews
Danielle-Moss
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Parson's desk: West Elm; chair: Swivel Desk Chair, West Elm; pllow: Gold Hong Kong, Catlin Wilson Textiles; footrest: Hourglass Pouf, Lulu & Georgia; phone: Native Union Retro POP, Amazon
Gold Hong Kong , Catlin Wilson Textiles pillow Lulu and Georgia
chair: Swivel Desk Chair, West Elm; pllow: Gold Hong Kong, Catlin Wilson Textiles; footrest: Hourglass Pouf, Lulu & Georgia; phone: Native Union Retro POP, Amazon
Parson’s desk: West Elm; chair: Swivel Desk Chair, West Elm; pllow: Gold Hong Kong, Catlin Wilson Textiles; footrest: Hourglass Pouf
Bureau Parson : West Elm ; Chaise : Swivel Desk Chair, West Elm ; Coussin : Gold Hong Kong, Catlin Wilson Textiles ; Repose-pieds : Hourglass Pouf, Lulu & Georgia ; Téléphone : Native Union Retro POP, Amazon
“Gold accents” — Kelly Carton
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Bel-Air (Hong Kong)
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I like the shape of the couch and would like to know if it was custom. I live in Hong Kong.
isn't right for your outdoor space, keep your plant life manageable by adding potted plants to your rooftop, terrace or balcony. If every home in Hong Kong played their part and placed one plant outside or in a window, there would be 7.8 million additional plants to help keep our air clean. If you're
isn't right for your outdoor space, keep your plant life manageable by adding potted plants to your rooftop, terrace or balcony. If every home in Hong Kong played their part and placed one plant outside or in a window, there would be 7.8 million additional plants to help keep our air clean. If you're
isn't right for your outdoor space, keep your plant life manageable by adding potted plants to your rooftop, terrace or balcony. If every home in Hong Kong played their part and placed one plant outside or in a window, there would be 7.8 million additional plants to help keep our air clean.If you're squeezed
“Door” — frankiehawn
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