Where To Find Stylish Homeware In London
Where To Find Stylish Homeware In London

Where To Find Stylish Homeware In London

From artisanal furniture to sculptural lighting, London neighbourhoods are full of inspiring makers, innovative brands and incredible interiors showrooms. Covering all four corners of the capital, these are the areas worth a visit…
By Georgina Blaskey


The area between Old Street, Shoreditch High Street and Hoxton is known as Shoreditch Triangle and it’s a mecca for cool, contemporary British and international brands. Popular with commercial clients browsing trade showrooms, there are plenty of consumer options here too. You can find hardware brand Buster + Punch (which started in an East London motorcycle garage) and British product designer Lee Broom. Milk Concept Boutique has been the home of the finest luxury Italian interiors for the last 11 years. A New Tribe is an independent homeware store with a globally gathered selection of interior accessories, while Mosaic Factory’s showroom is a creative and colourful hub where you can discover new tile trends, design your own tiles and take colour samples home. Elsewhere, The House by M.A.H is a renowned destination for art, bespoke furniture, design classics, and vintage collectibles, and Vitra, the Swiss design company, has its flagship UK showroom at the Tramshed building. Solid Floor is a bespoke wooden flooring company with showrooms in Shoreditch and Marylebone. SCP is a producer and supplier of high-quality contemporary furniture, lighting, textiles, and accessories. Possible Mirror is a Spitalfields based designer-maker producing an eclectic range of original mirrors. Lozi, designs and makes its bespoke plywood furniture in the heart of East London. Finally, close by is The House of Hackney at St. Michael’s experience at the London flagship (pictured), which merges traditional appointments with interior innovation, allowing customers to mix and match paints and wallpaper on an interface before projecting the scheme onto a wall to visualise the scheme in true scale, as if it were in your own home.

Newson’s Yard

Newson’s Yard in Belgravia is a high-end interior design and retail hub opening on 1st November. The site has a rich history and architectural background: originally a timber yard constructed in 1840 by London builder John Newson, it now celebrates the best of British craftsmanship, bringing together Nina Campbell, Modernity, & Objects, Plain English and The Lacquer Company. It will also be home to Wildflowers & Wine, an innovative restaurant concept laid out across two storeys. Together, Newson’s Yard will form a place for designers and home curators to meet, create, browse and work. Situated off Pimlico Road – Belgravia’s hub for interior designers and enthusiasts – this is a creative neighbourhood that brings together luxury, world-class craftspeople, artisans, curators and makers into one design district. 

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Design Centre Chelsea Harbour

This is where the industry experts get their inspiration. Home to 120 showrooms and over 600 of the world’s most prestigious brands, Design Centre Chelsea Harbour offers a complimentary personal shopping service to help you navigate everything. From UK stalwarts including Artisans of Devizes, David Seyfried, George Spencer Designs, Osborne & Little, Savoir and West One Bathrooms through to international heavyweights including Schumacher, Ralph Lauren Home, Porta Romana and Pierre Frey and Tissus D’Helene, its range is outstanding. Plus, there are events to enjoy throughout the year, many of which are open to the public, including WOW!house, a showcase of the UK’s best interiors designers.

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Coal Drops Yard

The cobbled streets and brick arches of Coal Drops Yard are home to an unexpected mix of independent shops and interiors stores. Lighting designer Tom Dixon takes centre stage in The Coal Office overlooking the canal. From there, winding pedestrianised walkways lead to a selection of innovative brands including family run French business Caravane. Kitchen Provisions is a treasure trove of knives and kitchenware. Roseur is filled from floor to ceiling with flowers, making it one of the prettiest places in Coal Drops Yard. Wolf & Badger makes sustainably and ethically produced homeware. Store Store is an educational venue and learning space selling objects created by workshop participants, while East of East is a lifestyle emporium, coffee shop and event space.

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Brompton Cross

Brompton Cross is one of London's most elegant neighbourhoods, tucked between Knightsbridge, Chelsea and South Kensington. At its heart is the iconic Michelin House, restored by Sir Terence Conran and surrounded today by award-winning interior design and fashion brands, art galleries, spas, restaurants and bars. On Walton Street, you’ll find Andrew Martin’s showroom; Society Limonta, an Italian brand revolutionising household linen with a design twist; Besselink & Jones, a leading creator of fine, hand-built English lighting; and porcelain maker Meissen. Venture around the corner to find contemporary furniture and innovative design at B&B Italia, Jonathan Adler, German lighting pioneer Occhio and Sweden’s Hästens Beds.

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