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colourliving partners with Alan Chan for a new luxury lifestyle concept

by on Sep 22, 2017 in Archive , Interiors , Perspective Promotions
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colourliving joins force with Alan Chan to present a new concept for luxurious lifestyle at home

colourliving, the one-stop distinctive lifestyle store, is partnering with Hong Kong design guru Alan Chan to bring in a new luxury lifestyle – a 1,600 sq.ft. gallery-style home consisting of a foyer, dining room, living room and garden. The curated space where art meets culture features a diverse array of lifestyle products such as furniture, fashion items, silverware, tech products, art pieces, tableware, home and wall décor, books, lighting, luggage and travel accessories.

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A selection of furniture chosen by Alan Chan is on display

Styling service

Through the unique Styled with Substance styling service offered by colourliving, Chan will bring his sense and sensibility to give the project a polished finish by personally handpicking the exquisitely crafted accessories and décor – whether it is a hotel, a corporate office, an exclusive clubhouse or a homely abode – to reflect a luxury lifestyle of its own.

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The collection features the poster called ‘The Useful Art – ESTER' designed by Alan Chan

Christmas shopping

The Gift Registry Service offers inspiration for young couples to decorate their own sanctuary and is perfect for weddings, house-warmings, and milestone anniversaries. You can furnish us with your wish list of products and your VIP guests will be delighted when they visit for gift shopping.

As the holiday season is coming, visit colourliving for a wide range of gift ideas, from organic skincare products and home décor to aromatherapy candles that are perfect for Christmas season.

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A gallery-style home is behind the collaboration between colourliving and Alan Chan

Luxury living space

Luxury living is the ease in lifestyle choice by mixing and matching vintage ornaments with fine, modern furnishings.

colourliving’s lifestyle curator Denise Lau and Alan Chan share the same vision of encouraging and fostering a modern yet classic lifestyle; together they curate and build this luxury living space driven by art and culture.

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In the Kyoto My Love area, there is a lightbox backdrop with the kaleidoscope-inspired presentation made up of photos taken in Kyoto with sightings such as bamboo forests, Noren and Zen garden details

They believe art and culture are the essence of luxury living as much as they are fabrics to our souls. It is the ease in lifestyle choice by mixing and matching vintage ornaments with fine, modern furnishings rather than defined by extravagant décor or lavish adornments.

This collaboration marries colourliving’s idea of creating a new concept of a gallery-style home and Chan’s extension to his 'Home Away from Home' concept where an exquisite collection of objet d’art are sourced and showcased in such exclusive space.

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The Vanity Boudoir features customised 1950s Louis Vuitton Monogram canvas wardrobe trunk

colourliving
333 Lockhart Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
(852) 2295 6263
facebook.com/colourliving.hk

 

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