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HK Living

HK Living

HKLiving is a Dutch furniture and interior design brand that offers a beautiful collection of furniture and interior decoration products in a style that is original and pure, with a contemporary twist. The complete HKLiving collection is available in France at Petite Lily Interiors.

The design team of HKLiving has a global vision, which is clearly visible in the design of their furniture and interior decoration products. Many of the HKLiving furniture pieces and decoration products are inspirited by traditional interior styles and present a refreshing mix of Industrial, Scandinavian, Vintage and Ethnic interior design.

The HKLiving collection offers a wide range of chairs, stools, tables, closets, rugs, plaids and lamps. Also small decoration products such as poofs, pillows, vases, cups, chandeliers and small furniture pieces are part of the HKLiving collection.

The furniture and interior decoration products of HKLiving are made of naturel products, such as recycled teak, rattan, metal, copper, marble and ceramic. Especially the HKLiving rattan chairs, rattan bar stools, the Berber rug and industrial copper lamps are the highlight of this moment and blend in perfectly with todays interior decoration trends.

HKLiving seems to be a rising star, simply because they understand the demand of their customers is constantly changing. Interior design is no longer about choosing one particular interior style, but about mixing different interior styles. About creating your own unique story.

Sander Klaver and Emiel Hetsen founded HKLiving in the Netherlands in 2009. Today HKLiving is present in more than 30 countries worldwide. Petite Lily Interiors is proud to be the first furniture and interior decoration e-shop in France, and recently in Spain, to offer the complete HKLiving collection.

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