This expansive space in Sanlitun is filled with antique and modern Chinese housewares. You’ll find wooden shelves dating back to the Qing dynasty, handsome mahogany chairs, shiny brass light fixtures and tables made of elm and walnut. The easiest purchases to carry home might be handmade tea sets and cups from Jingdezhen, China’s porcelain capital.
This gorgeous showroom is packed with antiques that work well within a modern home. It almost feels like rummaging through your Chinese granny's attic, though the shop is clearly laid out by an actual interior designer. There's also jewelry and beauty products made by local labels, as well as old photographs by Beijing Postcards (our favorite is the one with Chiang Kai-shek's portrait at Tiananmen Square). Don't forget to stop for a drink at their cozy wine bar.