HONG KONG: The Stalk Room
By Maria Mao

Exploring new frontiers and trends in floristry, the newly opened The Stalk Room features a tight line-up of everything flower-inspired, from vintage jewellery, carpets, and books, to their main attraction: flower and plantscaping.

Feb 06, 2015
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Exploring new frontiers and trends in floristry, the newly opened The Stalk Room features a tight line-up of everything flower-inspired, from vintage jewellery, carpets, and books, to their main attraction: flower and plantscaping.

Hidden away on a quite street just a few steps from the hip Tai Ping Shan area, this florist shop with a back and yellow façade is sleek and modern on the outside, but warm and retro on the inside. Lined behind the window is a series of wood tables of varying heights and sizes that form a beautiful presentation of flowers planted in column vases. The adjacent glass vitrine is for floral inspired vintage accessories that the owner has collected over time from his trips around the world, along with an edited selection of vintage and new floristry books that are juxtaposed with greeneries on the same shelf across the room. Though primarily a flower shop, The Stalk Room also creates flowery furniture and carpets in a rainbow of primary hues. Whether seeking a beautiful bouquet, plant or just a dose of inspiration, this florist is a delightful addition to this laid-back neighbourhood of Sheung Wan. – Maria Mao Cui

The Stalk Room

G/F, 4 Po Yan Street / 852 2517 2525

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