Now that we’re in full swing of holiday shopping, it is often that we find ourselves scrambling to find the perfect gift for our nearest and dearest. With this Hong Kong holiday shopping guide, we can ease the stress from the festive season so you can focus on the more sentimental (and fun) traditions. We bring you a collection of new gift ideas in Hong Kong this season for your loved ones. From beautiful holiday ornaments for the home and delicate festive glassware to a full range of treats and accessories for your furry friends; we’ve got you covered for whoever you are shopping for in Hong Kong this holiday.
Indigo Living is a home furnishing retailer and interior design service provider which has pioneered innovative designs across Asia and the Middle East since its establishment. The brand’s Christmas collections offer a range of festive décor, ornaments and scents ideal for gift-giving or “decking your halls” this season.
Bring a winter wonderland into the home with their Snowflake Splendour collection. Combining intricate design with simplistic colors of snowy whites and golden accents, decorate your home with shimmering Gold Etched Tealights in snowflake votives and delicate, glittering, golden ornaments. Add depth and some color to the metallics with some lush dark green touches with the Patridge Green Ball.
For a classic theme packed with nostalgia, glamour and cheer, Indigo Living’s Starry Night collection embraces the shimmer and shine of a Christmas night under the stars. Set the scene with the Snowy Cones Berry Leaf or Gold Glitter Leaf garlands and mix it up with some Champagne Gold shimmering stars. For some fun and cuteness, intersperse decorative animals with some Pewter Glittered Clip-on Birds or Bulldog Mini Ornaments or nutcracker accessories amid your Christmas scene.
Town House is a retailer and distributor of branded tableware and homeware, representing several leading brands in Hong Kong such as Riedel Crystal, Nachtmann Crystal, Maxwell & Williams, Zanetto Argenti, Carrs Silver and more.
It’s the most wine-derful time of the year! Town House is introducing Riedel’s newest collection, Winewings, which heralds a “new era in glass shape.” This collection retails for HK$295 per glass, with seven shapes to choose from – Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot, Syrah, Pinot Noir, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, Oaked Chardonnay and Champagne. Winewings is the brand’s first collection that attempts to elevate the materiality in wine, featuring a flat and stretched bottom to increase the surface area of the wine exposed to oxygen, leading to a more “well-rounded and richer experience.”
‘Tis the season to be tipsy! Town House also offers Riedel’s four new Home Bar Mixing Sets – Mixing Tonic, Mixing Rum, Champagne Cocktail and Rum & Coke – which are ideal for those with a home bar and priced at HK$399. Each set contains four cocktail recipes on the box for those home-mixologists to impress their guests at their holiday house parties.
Wish your pooch Happy Howl-idays with Bark Mall’s collection of Christmas treats, clothing and more!
Christmas hooked stockings are a staple décor piece to welcome Santa into your homes. Colored in a snowy white with a red heart print and plaid bow on the front, the Bone Shape Christmas Stocking is ideal for your pups to dig into on Christmas morning.
Fill the stockings with some festive nibbles like their handmade Santa Paws Dog Snacks which are made of turkey, broccoli, beetroot and gluten-free oatmeal. Each snack bag is priced at HK$ 110.
Keep your furry babies warm with Bark Mall’s festive collection of Knit Dog Sweaters. Ideal for the winter weather and those Christmas morning candids! The Knit Dog Sweaters come in a classic red color with a snowflake pattern and a frosty blue shade with a reindeer print, both priced at HK$250.
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