Fancy a trip to London? If you love Design and if you plan on discovering the City, then Designers selected 6 amazing Design Shops in London you need to get to know!
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Aria is found in an impressive building which as well as being home to the design shop, is also the venue for many creative events. The shop stocks an eclectic range of contemporary furnishings as well as hand-selected vintage pieces. Aria also collaborates with local independent designers and artists so be sure to check them out if you are after something a little different. Address: Barnsbury Hall, Barnsbury St, N1 1PN.
Labour & Wait showcases quality, everyday design products for the home. You won’t find any wacky designs here; everything is traditional and timeless. Many of the designers behind the creations on sale still use traditional manufacturing techniques. If you are after honest, wholesome homeware – look no further. Address: 85 Redchurch St, E2 7DJ.
Haus offers a carefully considered selection of the best in contemporary furniture, lighting and homeware from their delightful East London shop. Products are sourced from leading European design brands and internationally renowned designers, as well as lesser known pieces from smaller producers and independent designers. Address: 39 Morpeth Rd, E9 7LD.
It’s one of the most iconic hardware shops in London. Established in 1842, Farmer Brothers has over 55,000 products in stock and a solution for any problem. Don’t believe us? What if we tell you that even staff at nearby Harrods when confronted by a hardware question usually says “you’ll find it at Farmers”! What better add can you get? Address – 319 Fulham Rd, Chelsea, London SW10 9QL
Designers Guild was established in 1970 by brother and sister, Trisha Guild and Simon Jeffreys. Their range of luxury designs, fabrics, wallcoverings and bed and bath collections are available worldwide but their UK flagship store is situated in Kensington. Address – 265-277 King’s Road, SW3 5EN
This one os the oldest shop on Marylebone Lane, and one of the oldest hardware stores in London, having traded there for over 167 years. A stones throw away from Selfridges and Oxford Street, the location is as unique as the shop. The lane has some of the most unusual shops in London. Address – 64 Marylebone Ln, Marylebone, London W1U 2PE, Reino Unido