• Hexagone London
  • Tucked in next to the famous antiques arcade Camden Passage, Hexagone brings a touch of Gallic flair to a very traditional London street. Named after the shape of the country that inspired it, Hexagone is a French lifestyle store specializing in heritage and artisanal products from ceramics to clothing, and children’s toys to textiles. Hailing from the south of France, its owners Delphine Reynaud and Karine Duverneuil have curated a store full of… More info
    12B Camden Passage, London, N1 8ED
  • Smug London
  • The next time you're making your way down Camden Passage, whether for antiquing purposes or just to check out the pretty people, we recommend you pop by Smug. This charming “lifestyle” store was opened in 2009 by native Islingtonian Lizzie Evans. An interior and graphic designer by trade, Lizzie personally refurbished and redesigned a vacant townhouse to give her shop a relaxed, homey feel. Smug's impressive collection of vintage '50s furniture… More info
    13 Camden Passage, London, N1 8EA
  • Aria London
  • With over twenty years of experience in providing forward-thinking homeware and interior products to London, Aria has rightly gained a reputation as a destination store. Having begun life under various iterations in different corners of London, the company was centralized to its current Islington location in the mid-2000s. Originally founded in 1989 by David Smith and Pushpa Gulhane, Aria curates a space filled with the products of both local… More info
    Barnsbury Hall Barnsbury St, London, N1 1PN
  • Folklore London
  • For many, the world of lifestyle design stores is a tricky place to navigate if both style and sustainability are of equal importance. For these shoppers, London has found a solution in the form of Folklore, the shop in Angel that believes in following an ethical approach. Established by husband and wife team Danielle and Rob Reid in 2012, the whitewashed store is a testament to what they call ‘mindful design’. Whether it’s Mark O’Brien’s… More info
    193 Upper St, London, N1 1RQ
  • Twentytwentyone London
  • Housing an eclectic range of design from dining tables and sofas to rucksacks, gadgets, and accessories, TwentyTwentyOne isn’t your quick in and out kind of place. With locations in Islington and Clerkenwell, founders Simon Alderson and Tony Cunningham currently have two stores in which to display their myriad products. It started with an aim to bring London unique and inspirational design from all over the world, and that wish remains today… More info
    274 Upper St, London, N1 2UA
  • Present & correct London
  • Located on a quiet residential street in Angel, Present & Correct is a dream come true for London’s stationery fans. Tired of coveting the inventories of stationary boutiques in Japan and the USA, owner and graphic designer Neal Whittington set up the compact one-floor shop in 2012. Present & Correct stocks original hand-printed notepaper, rubber stamps and laser-etched leather pencil cases designed by Whittington himself, as well as an array of… More info
    23 Arlington Way, London, EC1R
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