Fortress Hill : Jupiter Street

Jupiter Street is a little nook of a street just off Kings Rd near Fortress Hill MTR. While I must admit that the noise levels around the MTR entrance can make it a tough area to live, it’s the streets running alongside Kings Rd that make this an area worth considering for investment. Still comparatively…

Corner Sinks for Small Bathroom Spaces

Corner sinks are a valuable space saver in a cramped bathroom. They utilise a tricky area well, while also adding a cute element of personality. NOTE : Standing alone or sitting on top of a practical corner cabinet, these little basins really maximise a small space and can make a tiny toilet area seem quaint…

Sheung Wan : Upper Lascar Row : The New Princes Terrace

Upper Lascar Row, commonly known as ‘Cat Street Market’, is a street I would buy on. Snugly situated between Hollywood Road and Queens Rd Central, this tucked-away gem reminds me very much of Princes Terrace in the lower mid levels, which has properties selling for four times their buying price less than ten years ago….

Tiffany’s Blue in a Room Near You

Tiffany’s blue (also known as robins egg blue) is a very popular colour thanks to the legendary Charles Tiffany who started out with a stationery and fancy goods emporium in New York City in 1837. The colour now stands alone as a representation of taste and style, and can be used stylishly in a home…

The Journey Home : Hong Kong Island

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Raven’s Reviews : In Demand

Recently, I’ve had a lot of people ask me for area reviews. Aberdeen, Tin Hau, Happy Valley, Noho and Western are all places that I’ve been wanting to write about. Thank you for your patience and support! I’ll be writing these reviews soon. Until then, I hope you like these funky kitchen items from JosephJoseph….