January 5, 2018

East London homeware

As we step into the new year and take down the final decorations, our homes can definitely do with a little pick me up so we’ve selected a handful of our favourite London interior design stores which are on hand to help prolong those high spirits.

House of Hackney


Already making a name for itself, House of Hackney’s award-winning flagship store holds everything from wallpaper to quirky furniture pieces. Located in the heart of Shoreditch, husband and wife duo Javvy M Royle and Frieda Gormley reflect their love for interior and product design into each product they produce.


Unique patterns, prints and their desire for impeccable quality sets them aside from their competitors. One of our most loved pieces from their new season homeware collection is their porcelain Macaque Lampstand with the matching ‘TILIA’ lampshade. Undeniably beautiful and guaranteed to create a statement.


£867 with online discount… but it’s worth breaking the bank for.


Check out the full collection on their website https://www.houseofhackney.com/ or visit the store yourself at: 131 Shoreditch High Street, London, E1 6JE.fffsh




If you’re into more subtle and acute items, then Lizzie Evans has you covered. Her fundamental but effective designs are easily adaptable to different types of interior’s, making SMUG the place to visit in Hackney if the minimalistic approach is the way forward for your home.


SMUG’s ‘Herman’ Chairs give a touch of elegance and charm – with the powder coated metal frame shape we guarantee this hugging design will keep you snug for hours! Designed by The Danish Herman Studio, SNUG stocks a choice of three colours; dark blue, green and rose – made from oak veneer and are only available in store at 13 Camden Passage, London N1 8EA.


Visit their website to check out more of Lizzie Evans’ cool and vintage homeware and accessories. http://www.ifeelsmug.com/. – Herman chair £224.


Corey Homeware

Located at 459 Roman Road, London, E3 5LX – only minutes away from Keatons Bow branch, boutique furniture store Corey Homeware is stocked with diverse and modern pieces sourced from the UK and Europe. After opening its doors in October 2015, Corey Homeware has continued to hand pick pieces from suppliers and designers every week, so with stock constantly changing, it’s hard to predict what stunning pieces you may find when you pop in – undoubtedly, they will be special!


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