O f the furniture chains, Habitat carries the largest stock, and with concessions in Homebase is hugely accessible. Leave one hand free to grab a bunch from the florist just outside.
Please try again later. The Most Beautiful Starbucks Store: The Bank in Amsterdam. The Evolution of Bottega Veneta. B argain-bucket prices for colourful, well-designed basics from this Holland-based megalith. Branches in London, Bromley and Kingston upon Thames. T en thousand stalls selling every type of antique under the sun, at 29 events each year. Newark and Ardingly are our pick of the five locations, though Shepton Mallet has the advantage of being at the weekend.
Guest artists are invited to produce distinctive one-off collections. B y combining showroom with restaurant, the Oxfordshire outpost of this architectural-salvage outfit repeats the trick of its Vauxhall location. It is also the place to find unusual items, such as a Victorian pulpit, among the fittings, fixtures and furniture. London Road, Milton Common, Oxfordshire.
T hirty-five years and still going strong… Mirrors large and small, old and new are what this Bath institution, with its bright-blue façade, does best. It will also make pieces to commission and can antique a piece of new mirror glass cut to fit a particular spot. F ind big names at this big-hitter on the design-shop scene, which now has a brand-new space on Brighton seafront.
Lighting and table settings with a strong modern aesthetic rub shoulders with Danish mid-century chairs from the likes of Carl Hansen. The whole lot is simply but beautifully curated. From the new autumn collection, we have our eye on the Marcel Mona dressing-table and stool, and the Padstow larder, which is as smart as its green paint.
S imply the best selection of terracotta, limestone, marble, granite etc. K eep an eye on the website for up-to-date information on these fairs in Dulwich and Haggerston in London with additional pop-ups , which bring together mid-century modern dealers for one day only, four times a year.
Disciples of mid-century modern design and their numbers are ever growing know to arrive early for the best pieces. C eiling moulds and cornices for our Victorian and Georgian housing stock are what these plaster perfectionists do best. Visitors to the monumental dining-room at Berners Street Hotel in London will have seen their work in all its glory.
D oes exactly what it says on the tin. Five styles of shutter, both solid and tilting, made from wood from environmentally responsible suppliers.
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.
H andmade 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. Those unable to visit can follow Pentreath on his blog.
P ick up a coffee and a slice of cake at the café on one side of this treasure-trove of vases, candlesticks, teapots and tankards. Leave one hand free to grab a bunch from the florist just outside.
Q uite simply the best all-round interiors destination outside London, with four floors of the best in the business: Look out for hand-dyed velvet cushions by Kirsten Hecktermann. A nyone traumatised by s carpet squares will be reassured by the tasteful carpets, rugs and runners to be found here. A full installation service will take away headaches, or have the company make something to the correct size for you and lay it yourself. Sturdy fabrics and Irish linens for smart curtains and upholstery abound here.
H igh-end New York style at reasonable prices. The rugs and dhurries are particularly good value compared with similar styles elsewhere. Think wood and steel finishes for furniture and neutral textiles. This shop should furnish you with the lot. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future. Visit our adblocking instructions page.
Home News Sport Business. Alfies Antique Market S et aside a full day to browse the four floors of this central London stalwart. Cath Kidston T he megalith of kitsch homeware needs no introduction. The Cloth Shop T he new collection of washed linens in 10 spot-on, low-key colours is reason enough to visit this temple to cloth.
David Village Lighting S heffield shoppers are spoiled for choice at this showroom of ultra-modern lighting, including Foscarini and Artemide. Lots Road, London SW10 dcch. Dorton Reclaim R ock-bottom prices for salvage — before it gets cleaned up for the urban market — lure intrepid shoppers to this reclamation yard. Fired Earth Factory Shop S ort your bathroom and kitchen in one fell swoop at this factory shop.
Georgian Antiques M ahogany furniture is deeply unfashionable at the moment, so invest now in solidly built pieces in mint condition at this 50,sq ft former whisky bond in Leith. Habitat O f the furniture chains, Habitat carries the largest stock, and with concessions in Homebase is hugely accessible.
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A Mecca for interior designers, the showrooms at DCCH also welcome the general public. Fabrics are a particular strength. Fabrics are a particular strength. London-based designer John Pawson has created a minimalist interior for the new Japanese flagship store of fashion label Jil Sander, pairing pale limestone walls and floors with cherry wood accents. Interior Design Shops. Page 1 of 2. United Kingdom (10) United States (10) From Africa with Love. the DDB represents over 3, leading manufacturers dedicated to the very best in residential and business interior furnishings, educational opportunities, and resource information. puraconga.ml New York, NY, United States.