35 Design Finds in Hong Kong

Global design inspiration for your home decor!

Hong Kong is a beautiful, modern city with a lot of history featuring mountains, water and varied architecture to awe and inspire.

Our Blinds.com merchandising consultant, Karin Jeske, spent 9 hours walking the city with her iPhone camera, looking for inspiration and hitting a few tourist spots.  Look at the great design finds in Hong Kong that she found:

Hong Kong promenade bridge

The Promenade, which spans the waterfront on the Kowloon side of the Hong Kong harbor, provides magnificent views of Hong Kong Island.

Hong Kong art museum shadows

Interesting shadows cast at the Hong Kong Museum of Art.

Hong Kong art museum posters

50 years of art exhibition posters at the Hong Kong Museum of Art.

Hong Kong waterfront boat

A colorful workboat along the waterfront.


A view of Hong Kong through the windows of the Star Ferry – 32 cents to cross the channel – the best bargain in town!

Fixtures at Emporer China

Fixtures at Emporer.

Sheer curtains in China

Sheer curtain at the Design Center.

Landmark Center skylights China

Skylights at Landmark Center.

China design center modern chair

Chair at the Design Center

Carillon Tower China

The Carillon Tower at St John’s Cathedral next to the iconic Bank of China Building, designed by I.M. Pei.

Takashi Murakami flowers and skulls

Promotion for Takashi Murakami’s Flowers & Skulls exhibition.

Giorgio Armani China

Illuminated signage outside the Giorgio Armani store.

Haulage Room Peak Tram

Gears in the Haulage Room at the Peak Tram.

View deck at victoria peak

The viewing deck at Victoria Peak.

Victoria Peak view of Hong Kong

The beautiful view from Victoria Peak.

AKU Restaurant woodwork

Woodwork at AKU Restauarant.

Hong Kong fountain

The fountain at the Botanical Garden.

Hong Kong botancial gardens

A walkway through the Hong Kong Botanical Garden.

Screen at Andante Minotti

A multi-panel screen at Andante Minotti

Shanghai Tang lattice panel

Lattice work at Shanghai Tang

Mosaic floor tiles

Mosaic Floor at Crocodile.

Skyscraper ads China

Sky-high branding.


An elaborate floral display in the Intercontinental Hotel lobby.

ISquare ceiling tiles

Ceiling at iSquare

iSquare beaded curtain

Looking out through a beaded curtain at iSquare.

Vivienne Tam cutout dress

Cut-out dress by Vivienne Tam.

Chinese character clock

A clock featuring Chinese characters at Landmark Center.

Funky lamp in China

Classic modern lighting at Artemide.

Marc Jacobs in China

Holiday glamour by Marc Jacobs.

Central Pier floor

The floor at Central Pier.

Fronas Prince kid shoes

Creative kid’s shoes at Frona’s Prince.

Apple store Hong Kong

The Apple Store occupied a prominent, modern space and drew crowds.

Pringle of Scotland fashion

Intricate knitted dress by Pringle of Scotland.

Connaught road Hong Kong

A green space along busy Connaught Road.

Max Mara color story

A backdrop reminiscent of vertical blinds with a bold color story at Max Mara.

itretail china

Entrance to I.T. Retail Collection.

hong kong skyline

A view of Hong Kong Island skyline at nightfall.

kowloon market

Art for sale at the Night Market, Kowloon.

christmas peninsula hotel

A Christmas display at The Peninsula Hotel.

What city or country most inspires YOUR home decor?

Tell us in the comments below!  Some of our team favorites include:  Tokyo, Amsterdam, New York, Las Vegas, Paris and Istanbul.

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About Author

Karin Jeske

For the last 25 years, Karin Jeske has managed fashion-oriented product lines that have included textiles, apparel, home furnishings, home decor, accessories and floral. Karin has developed curated product lines for retailers of all sizes, from independent, local dealers to household name brands, and now Blinds.com. She enjoys travel, photography and tennis. She lives and works in Riverside, California.


  1. Lorraine Reply

    Wow, I hope to visit there someday! I did not realize HK was so lovely.

    • BlindsDotCom Reply

      Such an interesting city, isn’t it? We loved getting to click through them as well, totally feeling your wanderlust :)

  2. Herman Reply

    That is a remarkable collection of photographs. The color, texture, geometry and depth of the pictures sweeps you away from all prior cognitive activity.

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