The Hong Kong beachfront apartment whose style four chinoiserie lamps inspired, and why the Christmas tree had to match the decor

//The Hong Kong beachfront apartment whose style four chinoiserie lamps inspired, and why the Christmas tree had to match the decor

The Hong Kong beachfront apartment whose style four chinoiserie lamps inspired, and why the Christmas tree had to match the decor

“We missed out on a Christmas tree last year: by the time my husband got to Mong Kok Flower Market, they were going for about HK$8,000 (US$1,025) each,” says a still-shocked Lily Smithson, recalling the price gouging that went on as families grounded by the coronavirus pandemic rushed to secure a noble fir or Douglas pine for the holiday. “There was no way we were missing out this year.”Adding to the desire for a beautiful Christmas 2021 is baby Ella, who had her first birthday a few weeks ago…

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