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Décor Collection brings smarter European furniture to Hong Kong homes

Outlet at Home Square offers products from popular European brands in home décor

PUBLISHED : Thursday, 30 March, 2017, 12:16pm
UPDATED : Thursday, 30 March, 2017, 12:16pm

Homes are getting smarter by the season. Décor Collection, located at HomeSquare, offers products from popular European brands in home décor that are designed to bring smart living into our home lives.

From electric-recliners by German and Italian brands Koinor and Polodivani, to remote controlled extendable tables by Italian brand Naos, companies continue to look at ways to combine technology and flexibility in their designs.

The team at Décor Collection prides itself on the add-on value they provide to customers. “From the tiniest adjustment of a seat’s height to fit the smaller build, to smaller sizes of furniture to occupy less space, we are dedicated to providing the highest quality and the most suitable European furniture to the Hong Kong market,” says Sam Leung, chairman at

Décor Collection.

We arededicated to providing the highest quality and the most suitable European furniture to the Hong Kong market
Sam Leung, chairman, Décor Collection

The concept of a “smart” lifestyle has been trending in recent years and it is no different in the home décor sector. Those looking for home improvement and accessories to their entertainment systems may find that the German brand Spectralcaters to their needs. From its humble beginnings as a battery company at the start of the 20th century, Spectral nowadays creates smart home furniture such as TV cabinets with integrated sound systems, and living room modules that contain rotatable TV mounts, integrated sound systems, clever cable hides, docking stations, and all-in-one app control of your audiovisual equipment from your TV.

If that doesn’t impress, have a look at Naos’Quasar range. One of its best-selling items is the 100 per cent made in Italy electric dining table that can be extended by remote control or by manual operation. It has a full glass top and legs – or you can opt for a ceramics top version with chromed steel legs.

Other highlights in store for this year are the Selma range of armchairs from Dutch company Gealux. The company makes armchairs that have an exclusively patented manual reclining function.