8 Holland Street

A new gallery space from designer Tobias Vernon and curator Rowena Morgan-Cox showcasing carefully selected 20th-century British artwork, European vintage furniture and studio pottery, Scandinavian and Moroccan textiles. Phew. Survey objects from across the globe, contemporary design and inspirational reference books; a great spot for bibliophiles and hobbyists.

Summerill & Bishop

Founded by June Summerill and Bernadette Bishop, Summerill & Bishop first opened its doors on 18 May, 1994 in Holland Park, and has remained on the same quiet, leafy corner of Clarendon Cross ever since. A kitchen and tableware shop, this is a great spot to pick up something for your mum. Note: the tablecloths here are the main event.

GOOP

Is there anything more Notting Hill appropriate than a GOOP pop-up shop? Knowing its demographic all too well, the latest addition to Westbourne Grove is in good company, plotted alongside 202, Bodyism, Daylesford and others of that ilk. Once inside, those zen Gwyn vibes are undeniable. The store, which is partitioned over multiple floors, is airy and worryingly shoppable. On the ground floor, scan a chic edit of key sartorial items – from cashmere knits to double-breasted coats – plus jewellery by designers including Fernando Jorge and Ariel Gordon. One floor down, lustable kitchenware, plus a library of cookbooks by Paltrow are colour blocked and curated to perfection. Yogis should head to the basement for a wide range of luxe athleisure, while upstairs is a cabinet of curiosities worth its weight in jade eggs. The top floor (beauty level) is bedecked with lotions and potions for which the brand is best known. From Agent Nature Shiva Rose and Tonik. apple cider vinegar supplements, to GLOW Inner Beauty Powder and those notorious Yoni Eggs, we defy any avocado-eating Londoner to leave here empty handed.

  • 0207 243 3776
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  • 188 Westbourne Grove
    Notting Hill
    W11 2RH

Kabiri

Showcasing an eclectic blend of fine and fashion jewellery from up and coming designers, Kabiri’s elegant Marylebone store features a multitude of sumptuous collections inspired by founder Nathalie Kabiri’s travels around the world. With the focus on fresh, new brands, Kabiri has already attracted a cult following.

Found and Vision

Found and Vision has an impressive collection of pieces from the 1920s to the 1990s with brands including Alaia, Chanel, Dior, Kansai Yamamoto and Issey Miyake for sale. Situated on Golborne Road just off Portobello, this store has pieces that range from £40 to £4,000. We love it because you can find diamonds in the rough and rare delights from Chanel, Celine and Helen Storey.

Daunt Books

Starting out in Marylebone in 1990, Daunt Books has expanded to five stores all over London, (including Belsize Park, Marylebone, Holland Park, Hampstead, Chelsea and Cheapside). World renowned for specialising in travel, each book is grouped geographically, and the aesthetic of graceful skylights and William Morris prints extend throughout each store.

  • 020 7224 2295
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  • 83 Marylebone High Street
    London
    W1U 4QW

The Conran Shop

Founded by Terence Conran in 1974, The Conran Shop has since expanded with stores in Paris, Japan and Marylebone offering an impressive range of furniture, lighting, home accessories and gifts. Perfect if you’re looking for minimalist designs and statement pieces. You’re guaranteed to walk away with something very few people have.

Darkroom

Everytime we step into this lifestyle shop we find something we love. First of all, the black and white cubist interior is seriously cool, and the collection of items for sale is constantly changing. Here you’ll find classic designers but also one-off intricate intricate handmade designs, some of which are made in-store. Come here for the eclectic luxury.

Native & Co

This refined independent homeware shop on Kensington Park Road specialises in craft-based products locally sourced in Japan and Taiwan. Founded by Taiwan born Sharon Jo-Yun Hung and British-Japanese Chris Yoshiro Green, the designers have personally curated every detail creating a place that is nothing short of inspiring. The duo’s simple, elegant collection has granted them a cult following.

The Edition 94

Scalloped ceramics, murano glassware and 70s style bamboo furniture combine in this homeware and interiors store on the Fulham Road. Styled as a retro home full of dreamy pastel hues and 60s knick-knacks, an artistic eye is evident throughout this carefully curated selection of vintage homewares, art and jewellery. Founded by gallerist and curator India Whalley, shoppers can bag everything from marbled lampshades and opalescent vases, to raffia and linens galore.

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Native & Co

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Darkroom

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Found and Vision

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