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London’s top interior design boutiques

19 Jun 2024 | Updated on: 21 Jun 2024 |By Kari Colmans

From bespoke furniture specialists to fabulous accessories for a quick pick-me-up, here’s where to get your interior design fix in the capital

With social media tom peepery pressuring us to ensure every aspect of our lives is curated down to the smallest detail, the demand for picture perfect interiors has never been stronger. From Marylebone to Sloane Square, Pimlico to Islington, every London shopping destination worth its weight in rattan has a flagship design store. We’ve rounded up some of the best interior design boutiques in London, whether you’re looking to make a house a home, or just need the perfect homeware gift.

The Conran Shop, Chelsea

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An icon on the London interiors scene, this famous British design brand was founded in 1973 by Sir Terence Conran. The debut Conran Shop opened in Marylebone in 1997 but was replaced by an impressive new flagship store in Chelsea last year – and boy does it deliver. A mosaic by artist Charlie Sheppard acts as a focal point for the curated space, while plush soft furnishings, stop-and-stare artworks and ergonomic centrepieces pepper the floor throughout. You’ll also find a great selection of homeware, from crockery and serving dishes to vases, mirrors, baskets, throws and lamps. We’ll take an arbor three-seater and a large green scallop vase, please.

16 Sloane Square, SW1W 8ER,

Caravane, Marylebone

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Known for its slightly rumpled, lived-in charm, the Caravane aesthetic is authentic, laidback, and cosy. From custom-made centrepiece sofas to rustic tables, woven kitchen stools to beautiful, arty table centrepieces, we’d be hard-pressed to pick just one of the 57 shades from the stunning Selena bed linen range. Caravane house has made its way to London, Lyon, Nice, Bordeaux, Aix en Provence and Copenhagen, always in the same image of the very first boutique located in the Marais neighbourhood of Paris.

38-40 New Cavendish Street, W1G 9UD,

Soho Home, Chelsea

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If the Soho House look is your dream décor, you can make it your own with this one stop shop from the team that dresses each of Soho House’s locations. Bathroom collections feature three ranges inspired by guest favourites from around the world, including vanity units, mirrors, lighting and accessories, while other flagship pieces are handpicked from the boujis global properties. Choose the classic swoop fronted Valerie vanity range, which echoes the vintage furniture found throughout the original 1940s wing in Soho House Paris, or a Lusso range accent mirror, lamp or towel, which reflect the rustic charm of Soho Farmhouse. Soho Home also offers design services from £300, with a complimentary consultation to get you started.

6 Duke of York Square, King's Road, SW3 4LY,

Twentytwentyone, Islington

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Spanning everything from classic vintage finds to a rolodex of cutting-edge contemporary brands, there’s something for everyone at this North London design treasure trove. Whether its side tables, coffee tables or consoles; elegant pendant lights and contemporary table lamps; or unique garden sets, Twentytwentyone is keeping its options open. You’ll also find a few icons within the vintage range, such as Hans Wegner’s 1960 Ox chair and stool; a Bruno Mathsson 1936 Annika table; and a Sixties' Robert Heritage cabinet.

274-275 Upper Street, N1 2UA,

Designers Guild, Marylebone and Chelsea

Famed for its floral prints and whimsical, earthy hues, this store’s luxury wallpapers and fabrics are known worldwide. From couches, cushions and curtains to rugs, runners and table linens, the epic florals, damasks, stripes and textures give the Bridgerton look a run for its money. Make an impact by choosing one of the brand’s stunning wall scenes, murals or panels. Works of art for your home, these designs will add a sense of drama to any space, from painterly washes of colour to figurative and ornamental motifs digitally printed on wide width panels. The cohesive furniture collection is all hand-crafted and made to order, too.

76 Marylebone High Street, W1U 5JU; 275-277 King’s Road, SW3 5EN;

Graham & Greene, Primrose Hill, Notting Hill and Bayswater

Fun, fanciful, colourful and quirky, this independent family-run company loves to share the fruits of its country-hopping labours. Travel tidbits and table talking points abound in the brand’s famously animal-inspired home furnishings, from hare, monkey and gold mice table lamps to extra-large fish-mouth gluggle jugs and snuggly cow hide rugs. The Primrose Hill store is a high street institution, perfectly offset by the area’s multi-coloured house fronts and bohemian, my-dog-just-malted-all-over-this vibe.

164 Regent’s Park Road, NW1 8XN; 4 Elgin Crescent W11 2HX; 36 Porchester Road, W2 6ES;

Ochre, Chelsea

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Elegant and luxurious, Ochre designs furniture, lighting and a range of stylish accessories, with a focus on the importance of harmonious proportions, top quality materials and impeccable craftsmanship. Along with selling directly to Pimlico’s discerning interiors fans, many of the brand’s clients are leading international interior designers and architects, who have turned their hand to impressive private residences, boutique hotels and restaurants. With exquisite lighting options made to order, choose the Moonlight murmuration light installation or multi-tiered Gaia pendant and you’re guaranteed to light up the room.

22-24 Pimlico Road, SW1W 8LJ,

Soane, Chelsea

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With a long-standing commitment to British manufacturing and homegrown collaborations over the last 27 years, Soane has become a beacon for the country’s top established and burgeoning craft industries. Featuring blacksmiths, silversmiths, chair makers, saddlers and rattan weavers, who have handed down their skills through the generations, Soane’s offering spans custom-made seats, storage benches and mirrors to a wealth of truly gorgeous wallpapers, fabrics and leathers.

50-52 Pimlico Road, SW1W 8LP,

Alex Eagle Studio, Soho

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A luxury British lifestyle brand founded on the finest fabrics and craftsmanship that the country has to offer, the Alex Eagle Studio offers a smartly curated edit across ready-to-wear, fine jewellery, objet d’art, antiques, and hand-crafted furniture and fabric. Great for gifts, we love the beautiful bubble glasses and rustic bamboo cutlery, as well as the Eagle & Hodges mid-century armchairs, which are sure to add an elegant finish to any living or entertaining space.

6-10 Lexington Street, W1F 0LB,

Deco Moore, Chelsea

Famed for its classical busts and sculptures, as well as its blue and white vases and crystal tableware, the blue-blooded vibe here is very much regal, classic and classy. Founded by architect Banu Altay in London, Deco Moore Studio is an international interior architecture and design studio, known for creating heirloom quality and custom-made furniture for a range of discerning clients from London to the Middle East. You’ll also find a range of affordable art prints – just no ‘live, laugh, loves’, please.

94-96 Fulham Road, SW3 6HS,

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