London Homeware Gems
Here's some of our favourite hidden gems across London, where you can find unique pieces, often
at bargain prices!
Aladdins Furniture and Antiques, Hornsey
Tucked at the back of a cute neighbourhood cafe, Aladdins Furniture store provides a range of antique period furniture, modern pine furniture and a number of unique finds. The store includes anything from dining table sets, to coffee tables and old school board games!
Retro Hub N16, Stoke Newington
Stoke Newington's favourite brightly coloured warehouse and yard, Retro Hub N16, is full of quirky and cool artwork, retro furniture and one-of-one home decor pieces. It's definitely worth a visit purely for the mural walls, but also to find a bargain!
This is a very aesthetically pleasing second hard furniture store. For those that like less clutter while shopping, will be very pleased with how organised this store is! The store focuses predominantly on British mid-century, with some complimentary antique and modern homeware pieces. They also stock online, so check out their instagram page for current stock.
Tailor And Forge, Greenwich Market
Located in Greenwich Market, Tailor & Forge is a curated homeware, gift and lifestyle boutique. The store has everything you need to make your home a little more KOZY, and we love it! They have everything from stationary, to kitchenware and furniture. Check out their website, as it gives a good guide of what is in store!
Myles from Home is a cute homeware and gift shop located in Dulwich, selling an eclectic mix of both new and vintage home decor pieces. ready to help you refresh your home and give you a new project during lockdown. The store is stocked with many completely unique pieces, that you’ll unlikely find anywhere else!
Award-winning family-run business Rigby and Mac, is known for selling unique homewares, jewellery and accessories from bespoke brands. Brands stocked in-store include Mojo Scented Candles and Acapulco String Garden Chairs.