Rockett St George is an online shop but you can also find them at their pop up in Liberty. They sell everything from wallpaper and paint to lights and furniture. Some of it is quite quirky but I love that you get some really interesting bits here and not things you find everywhere else.
Haygen is just down Camden Passage in Islington and stocks gorgeous furniture and home decor. They used to be called Kitchen and Pantry but since their name change, they have branched out into fashion as well making them a perfect place for buying Christmas gifts! It isn’t the biggest store but there is so much in there.
Everything But The Dog has more of a Scandi feel and specialises in restored mid century furniture. It’s a great place for picking up pieces that will last a life time. I have my eye on a chair in here. Just need to save my pennies for it!
The Hackney Draper stock a gorgeous range of interior fabrics you can use for their upholstery and bespoke curtain and blind service. Their selection of paints and plenty of other products are all their own brand and really well made. They also have some nice gifty pieces like candles and cards.
Graham & Green is possibly my favourite store after I visited it in Bath. So much in here I could buy. Love the signature bone inlay chests for a statement piece in a room. Also got fab velvet cushions and lamps.
The People Shop
The People Shop isn’t in London but you can buy from their website. They have a mix of home, clothing, toiletries and stationery. It’s owned by Alison Sadler and if you are in Birmingham and get a chance to pop into the shop, its lovely around Christmas.