Beijing's best homeware shops

Kit out your home with stylish buys from these boutiques

Decorating your home just as you like it is an evolving task – the first flat you rent will most likely look very different to the place you're living when you're 40. That said, there are plenty of shops in Beijing who can help you on your interior design journey, from antiques to contemporary classics to unique, handcrafted pieces.

Gulou

Lost and Found (失物招领)

This Gulou boutique is the place to head if you like your homewares to come with a healthy dollop of character. Carefully selected vintage Chinese products sit alongside sustainable soaps and accessories.

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42 Guozijian Jie (Miyun county)

FNJI (梵几)

Head to Fnji (pronounced 'Fanji') for sleek wooden furniture from Chinese and Japanese designers.

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41

Sanlitun

Pop-Up Beijing

If our home looked like the inside of Pop-Up Beijing, we'd be pretty satisfied. This charming boutique is choc-a-bloc with things we want to own, typically featuring contemporary twists on classic Chinese motifs.

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4 Gongti bei lu (Changping)

MUJI

You can't go wrong with the minimalist magic that is Muji.

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13 Gongti Bei lu (Changping)

Wangjing

IKEA (宜家家具)

It's cheap, it's functional, it's flatpack, and many of the homewares look more high end than their affordable price point would suggest.

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59 Futong Dong Lu (Changping)

Lido

ZaoZuo

The brand, an offshoot from a successful online design incubator, offers simple, stylish Chinese-designed furniture and home goods at an affordable price point (a two-seater sofa starts from 2,999RMB).

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18 Jiuxianqiao Lu

Shuangjing

Hay

A good rule of thumb to follow in the world of interior design is: Scandi equals cool. With that in mind, a visit to Hay is sure to leave you pimped out with reliably stylish homewares.

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East Third Ring Road

Liangmaqiao

Laitai Flower Market

No home is complete without a few living organisms to care for, and if kids or pets aren't your style than pick up a few low-maintenance friends at this bountiful flower market, which happens to be China's largest botanical warehouse.

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9 Maizidian Xi Lu

Gaobeidian

Lily's Antiques

Offering not only Chinese antiques but also a variety of foreign and local styles, you'll find everything you need for sprucing up your interior at Lily's. The surrounding area is full of home decor and antiques shops, but Lily's offers the most well curated selection.

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69 Gaobeidian East Street

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