When you ask employees what they look for in their ideal job, the standard answers go something along the lines of job description, compensation and benefits, the potential for professional and career growth, etc. But what people usually leave out is their working environment.
Having an aesthetic office space isn’t just about making your space look pretty. There’s a lot more behind your workspace design. Here are just a few reasons why workplace aesthetics matter.
The real estate market in Hong Kong is extremely competitive. With the market becoming tighter and more difficult to navigate, landlords have turned to staging to help boost their sales.
Staging is the engagement of professional home stylists to prepare a property for lease or sale with select furniture. While this concept has been around and particularly popular in the US, Australia, and the UK, it has recently started to gain traction in Hong Kong.
Read on for why home staging works and what advantages you can get out of it.
In a 2018 study done by the local government, it was found that Hong Kong generated 5.95 million tons of waste, with 42% being contributed by household waste.
South China Morning Post also recently reported that, “The amount of waste residents produce has risen in years, and in 2018 hit the highest level since records started in 1991, with each Hongkonger sending 1.53kg of trash to landfills each day.”
Another study done by a group of students from Hong Kong Baptist University points out that furniture makes up roughly 27% of bulky waste, citing an average of 342 tons of wood waste a day. …
The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have affected almost every industry in the workplace. Real estate and property management in Hong Kong specifically have also taken a downturn, with tenants and retailers struggling to pay rent, leaving landlords with a significant amount of unoccupied space. …
Furniture is an indispensable part of every office, and furnishing your space is integral to creating your work environment. Getting everything from desks and chairs to phone booths and even coffee machines can be a daunting task, not to mention quite a costly one. Luckily, offices in Hong Kong now have the option of renting furniture with Føerni. Not convinced yet? Here are some of the benefits of renting your office furniture…
Real estate in Hong Kong is notorious for being pricey and meager. Many people simply use their apartments as a dorm room, a place to leave all of their belongings and to sleep in at the end of the day. But that doesn’t have to be the case. Even if you live in a tiny apartment, there are a multitude of ways you can organize and arrange your home to make it look and feel like your dream home.
With nice furniture comes great responsibility… at least if you want your furniture to last. Whether you’re renting furniture or you’ve decided to buy your own pieces, furniture items are investment pieces that you want to last. So if you’ve spilled some liquid on your sofa, are wondering how to clean your rug, or just want to make sure all your pieces are well maintained, check out our guide on how to keep your furniture in good condition.
If you find yourself in Hong Kong and are looking to furnish your home, you’ve actually got a lot of options to choose from. Do you rent your furniture? Maybe you should consider renting-to-buy? Or should you just buy furniture instead? We’re taking a closer look at all of these options, and breaking them down for you.
In the past few decades issues like climate change and global warming have come to the forefront of the international stage. With our environment being threatened by society’s actions, people have been on the lookout for alternative solutions to everyday things to help protect the planet.
Trends like sustainable fashion, veganism, and zero-waste are quickly turning into lifestyles, with thousands of people from all over the world committing to them. Thankfully, even the home and furniture industry has adapted to the times.
You know how you switch clothes depending on your mood or the trend? Well what if you could change your living room, bedroom, and dining room furniture just as easily? Maybe you’re not feeling the minimalist vibe anymore? Or maybe you want to add more color or even a rug?
You’d probably think it would be next to impossible because then you’d have to shell out money to buy a piece of furniture you’ll have to commit to, right? Not to mention what you’re going to do with your current living room furniture as well. Not anymore! …