Well hello Mrs Robinson ! We are excited to have discovered this gem. A plethora of vintage and contemporary homewares available in their London stores. Have a peak at the type of goods they offer in their online store
Lighting, wall decor, soft furnishings, ceramics, glassware. Plenty to fill your home or products to make wonderful gifts.
Join our team at Tottenham Court Road on the 7th December for the most festive shopping event of the year.
Complimentary drinks will be served, a DJ will be playing seasonal tunes and there will be live performances by a pop choir. We’ll also be hosting Christmas workshops, including bauble painting, paper crafting and decoration making.
It’s cool, it’s calm and allows you to create a sanctuary in your home. Follow the cool tones trend and fill your interiors with soft greys, cool blues, gentle pinks, pale greens – and textures of knit, linen, cotton and lace.
Use along side light wood or white furniture and keep accessories minimal to not clutter the look.
A familiar sight on big town high streets is favourite department store House of Fraser. Head online or to your closest store to discover what’s new in for Autumn/Winter in their generous homeware and interiors department.
With big brands, own brands and designer brands, and a large range of pricing and styles so there’s something for everyone. Explore the kitchen department for beautifully designed plates and glassware; modern stylish designs in lighting; scented candles galore to make perfect Christmas presents; furniture, art, cushions, bedding, kitchenalia, towels, cutlery, the list goes on.
There’s always great special offers, sales and even a rewards card to ensure shopping there is even more worth while.
For unique homeware, perfect for gifts, we just love the range of unique academic-inspired home accessories.
There’s glassware, ceramics, tea towels, prints and quirky pieces including the brutalist ‘Archilamp‘ and ‘Obessive Chef‘ precise measuring chopping board.
Present Indicative is the sister site of The Literary Gift Company. The Literary Gift Company was launched in 2009 and has over 1000 gifts for book lovers. Present Indicative offers a similar range of unusual and beautiful gifts but with more of an academic twist. We love beautiful, practical and intelligent gifts for thinking people, including clothing, jewellery, games, and much much more.
Head to Pitfield Street, London W1 and seek out this treasure trove of both new and vintage unique pieces.
Together with its cafe, Pitfield is a pleasure to explore and a place to discover the weird and the wonderful to update interiors in your home. They even have a bug hotel for sale and offer a design service!
Find them at :
31-35 Pitfield Street, London, N1 6HB
‘Attracting the creative and curious, our eclectic emporium stocks only beautiful, unique and attention grabbing homewares. Our interiors and lifestyle shop, café and exhibition gallery presents colour, glamour, glitz and excitement. Discover vintage finds, designer wallpapers and carpets, reworked furniture, inspiring gifts and more. Browse our categories to enter a fantastical world where everything is retro and riveting, dramatic and daring.’
Found on the historic Roman Road, East London we find Corey Homeware. Opened in 2015,this boutique homeware and furniture store has a lovely, constantly changing curated selection of pieces sourced from the UK and further a field.
We love their eye for unique pieces with both a modern and industrial edge.
They say, ‘The idea behind the shop is to offer a treasure trove of modern design at realistic prices. I am a local resident with a passion for interiors. Originally working as a teacher, I spent years being frustrated at the lack of affordable homeware. Each weekend would see a trip to seek out interior shops across the capital only to be disappointed by the choice and shocked by the price. I felt so strongly about it that I decided to put my passion into practice and open my own homeware shop right on my doorstep.’