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Founded in 2012, North London based insidestore is an independent concept store full of great homeware.
Modern, and full of colour, all the pieces at insidestore combine simple design with playful influences. Great quality and practical as well.
With a curated collection of accessories, furniture, lighting and more we guarantee you will fall in love very quickly.
home: featured [ FoundLand ]
Our favourite new find is FoundLand store. Quirky, original and full to the rafters of gifts and homeware that you would be hard pushed to easily find elsewhere.
Think of us as your upmarket general store, with an international goods aisle and a smutty top-shelf thrown in for good measure.
We’re Sarah and Arthur, and we run the emporium from London town. Having earned our crusts in retail, running the Monocle webshop and sourcing for some of the major gallery shops in London, we have the inside knowledge on where to find the best gifts across the globe. The hard-to-find, the new releases, the limited editions, the stuff which no-one else has. We pride ourselves on selling exclusive products, and we stock only goodies which we have and we want in our own lives. From traditional Japanese brooms to brassy Italian stationery to wooden spoons hand-carved in an English forest, we’ve found it and now you can find it here too.
home: follow friday [ Venner ]
London based Venner is an independant store full of wonderful sustainable gifts, homeware and lifestyle goods.
Stocking a large amount of UK based designers & makers, Venner showcases gorgeous ceramics, prints & more, all with great design and materials.
‘Venner is the Norwegian word for friends. With our fondness for Scandinavian design, and Tiff being half-Norwegian, we think it’s a name that perfectly describes us, our suppliers, our neighbours and our customers’
Head to venner-store.co.uk and keep up to date on Instagram for all the latest news & products launches.
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Based in North London, insidestore is a curated homeware store with beautifully simple design. With well known names like Hay & Ferm Living you can browse lighting, accessories, furniture and kitchenware.
If you like modern design with Scandinavian influences then you must make a visit, you won’t be disappointed.
Head to insidestoreldn.com
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A favourite London based store of ours is Haygen. Found at the top end of Camden Passage in Angel Islington this little store is full of goodies.
With well known brands like Hubsch, Broste & HK Living, Haygen stocks lovely home accessories, lighting and furniture. As well as some clothing items and jewellery.
With a well put together collection and a beautiful colour pallete running through, Haygen is a must visit.
home: follow friday [ Proper Old ]
Vintage to fall in love with. Follow the Proper Old Instagram feed for continuous updates on the latest stock arriving. Act fast if you like something, so you don’t miss out!
home: follow friday [ Labour & Wait ]
A must visit store if your thing is utility and vintage. Labour & Wait is one of our favourite London stores, and currently whilst in lockdown you can still get your fix on their website.
Choose from kitchenware, stationary, home accessories and even tools. This modern hardware shop has a collection of goods you just need to have in your home.
home: follow friday [ Spicer & Wood ]
Founded in 2017, in Stoke Newington, London, Spicer & Wood is an online homeware store full of gorgeous accessories, soft furnishings and more.
With mid century influences and a layed back California style, Spicer & Wood is a must-visit store.
We particularly love their ceramics and glassware. Some lovely pieces to brighten up your home.
Head to spicerandwood.co.uk
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London based Cuemars is a gorgeous online store with a strong aesthetic and moto of ‘buy less, buy better’. With Japanese influences, the products are all made from independent designers and makers.
Choose from lighting, art, clothing and more. As well a lovely range of real plants and pots.
‘Cuemars started with the vision that every purchasing choice can make a difference. We are committed to honest sustainability through our supply chain. From sourcing to distribution, we scrutinise every process and every supplier before it reaches you. We seek to actualise a positive buying experience. Our name is not just a product, it is a story’
Follow Cuemars on there Instagram for updates and inspiration
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If you fancy trawling a great london market for vintage homeware and nicknacks then head to Bermondsey, London, on a Friday !
6am til 2pm
Time Out says:
Held every Friday, this long-running south London market is heaven on earth for bargain-hunters.
Situated at the end of buzzy Bermondsey Street, this market is a south London institution. Every Friday, locals with magpie eyes flock here to trawl around 200 stalls for bargain china, silver, furniture, glassware and pottery. Not everything here would make it onto ‘Antique’s Roadshow’, but sifting the fab from the tat is part of the fun. In recent years, the market has expanded to include fashion, craft and food stalls, but antiques are still the focus. Just remember to arrive early: trading begins at 6am and most stall-holders will be packing up by lunchtime. When you’re done bargain-hunting, lively Bermondsey has loads of lunch options.