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Best Interior Design Shops in London While London Design Festival 2018Tuesday 21 August 2018
Best Interior Design Shops in London While London Design Festival 2018 – London Design Festival celebrates and promotes London as the design capital of the world. The Festival returns to venues and institutions across the city from 15-23 September 2018. If you are planning to be in London for one of the greatest design events of the year, then you must take the chance to visit at least one of the following interior design shops.
Design Centre Chelsea Harbour: A Mecca for interior designers, the 100 showrooms at DCCH also welcome the general public.
Pentreath & Hall is one of the most unusual and exciting shops in London. For some of their visitors, their tiny shop on Rugby Street is a place discovered unexpectedly.
Established in 2002, Tom Dixon is a British product design brand. With a commitment to innovation and a mission to revive the British furniture industry, the brand is inspired by the nation’s unique heritage and produces extraordinary objects for everyday use.
Skandium is a British company, founded in 1999 by three Scandinavians. The aim is to be the best retailer of Scandinavian design & furniture in the world, giving customers a wide product choice while being served by knowledgeable staff in a well-presented environment. The family of stores in London consists of two Skandium stores, a Skandium concession in the department store Selfridges, a Republic of Fritz Hansen store and an online store.
Jasper Morrison Ltd. consists of two design offices, a main office in London and a branch office in Paris. Services offered by JM Ltd. are wide ranging, from tableware & kitchen products to furniture and lighting, sanitaryware, electronics and appliance design. Occasionally they even tackle urban design projects. Their clients are worldwide, united as leaders in their individual fields, but in other respects extremely diverse.
Jimmie Martin Limited is an established luxury brand based in London since 2004. Working with private, commercial and high profile clients.
House of Hackney was founded in London in 2010 by husband- and -wife team Javvy M Royle and Frieda Gormley. Originally founded as an interiors label, the founder’s quest was ‘to take the beige out of interiors’ with an emphasis on quality, design and Made in England.
Monologue is a contemporary concept store located on popular Redchurch Street in Shoreditch. With a focus on conceptual design, emerging designers, interiors and homeware, Monologue carries an exclusive selection of curated items for the home and a handpicked range of fashion accessories.
SCP: Located in what used to be an old mattress factory in the middle of the Shoreditch Triangle, SCP Shoreditch has since been transformed into a chic location for interior design. Featuring over 200 brands over two floors, the shop showcases contemporary furniture and homeware accessories.
Mint: has made a name for itself in the design world by offering exclusive works by both new, as well as internationally recognized, designers. Mint also places a strong focus on interpreting the latest interior design trends. With many one off and limited edition pieces made exclusively for Mint, having them in your home will make friends and family very jealous.
Designer and author of ‘A Girl’s Guide to Decorating’, Abigail Ahern, is known across the design industry for her glamorous taste and ability to design pieces that are bold but also tasteful. The shop is enchanting. The design pieces on display feel luxurious and glamorous and the huge array of brightly-coloured flowers create a unique shopping experience.
Maurizio Pellizzoni: has design in his DNA. It’s no surprise, as he grew up near Lake Como and comes from a family who work in the business. Since founding his consultancy Maurizio Pellizzoni seven years ago, he has applied his Italian appreciation of style and design to a range of residential and commercial projects.
The Conran Shop: offers a unique and personal blend of furniture, lighting, home accessories and gifts from some of the most iconic designers.
Rockett St George: An emporium store of expressive homeware with an exceptional quirky style that inspires and delights.
Heal’s: Contemporary & designer luxury furniture at Heal’s. They have over 200 years designing, making and selling furniture.
Vaughan’s London showroom at G1 Chelsea Harbour Design Centre displays our entire range in a realistic decorative setting.
Duluce Light: A large number of our fittings are designed in house and manufactured in the UK to high standards of componentry and assembly.
Willow & Stone: Once you’ve covered the glamorous bits (sofas, rugs, dining-table) you’re still going to need the less sexy stuff – door knobs, hooks, towel runners and the like. This shop should furnish you with the lot.
Redbrick Mill: Quite simply the best all-round interiors destination outside London, with four floors of the best in the business: sofas from Conran and made.com, Feather & Black beds and Calligaris tables. There’s also a spa for the end of a long day’s shopping.
Pitfield London: Pick up a coffee and a slice of cake at the café on one side of this treasure-trove of vases, candlesticks, teapots and tankards. The buyers’ clever clustering of objects makes for a visual feast.
Original BTC: Handmade in Oxford, these table, floor, pendant and wall lights in metal, bone china and prismatic glass are a modern take on elegantly curvy 20th-century designs, at reasonable prices.
Oka: A visit to one of the 11 Oka showrooms nationwide will leave even the pokiest bedsit decked out like a comfortable Cotswold pile. The signature look is slightly Sloaney furnishings that might have been handed down through the generations. Would make a great alternative to a department-store wedding list.
Marianna Kennedy: Proof positive that it’s better to do a few things well, Marianna Kennedy’s shop in the heart of Huguenot Spitalfields sells mirrors, resin lamps, bronze sconces and round-top tables.
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