Home Shopping in London

A lot of you have asked where I shop in London so I’ve put together this list.  It includes the stores I always visit as well as some new ones discovered on this trip. It’s not an exhaustive list by any means but it’ll give you a good taste of why I think decor shopping in London is so awesome.

Liberty – “one of the last great emporiums for innovative and eclectic design”
Regent Street (Main entrance on Great Marlborough Street.)

Selfridges – everything you could ever want under one roof
400 Oxford Street

Mint – contemporary designs from established and emerging designers
2 North Terrace

Pedlar’s – really fun home, kitchen, vintage, prints, travel …..
128 Talbot Road

Heal’s – all the modern furniture and home accessories you’d ever need
196 Tottenham Court Road

Atelier Abigail Ahern – quirky and stylish
137 Upper Street

Cabbages and Roses – English country
4 Avery Row

Graham & Green – British with a global flair
4 Elgin Crescent

Beyond the Valley – fashion and lifestyle concept store and gallery
2 Newburgh Street

Toast – classic and rustic linens, tabletop, outdoors …..
191 Westbourne Grove

Timorous Beasties – provocative wallpapers and textiles
46 Amwell Street

Twentytwentyone – 20th and 21st century designs
274-275 Upper Street

Labour & Wait – “timeless, functional products”
85 Redchurch Street

Designers Guild – wallpaper and textiles
76 Marylebone High street

Mungo & Maud – for my fellow pet people
79 Elizabeth Street

If you’re interested in shopping in Paris, I put this list together last year.


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11 thoughts on “Home Shopping in London

  1. Great list. Some old favorites and a few new ones. I will take your list with me this Summer when we head over for my mother-in-laws 80 birthday celebration.

  2. How great is that! Two great lists for two great places! Thank you Ally!
    P.S. your post on Nikki Tibble’s place finally inspired me to add some color to my all white dining room in the form of two pics of Paris shops with reds and purples and we are loving it!

  3. What about Heals and Habitat, both right on Tottenham Court Road. Its such a great juxstaposition of rich and affordable right next to each other.

    1. OMG, I totally left off Heals by accident! I’m going to add it now because it’s definitely not to be missed. Thanks for the reminder! (I love Habitat but it’s on my Paris list so I didn’t add it to this one.) 🙂

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