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These Are the Best Home Design Stores in Bermondsey

These Are the Best Home Design Stores in Bermondsey
Head down to Bermondsey in South London, and you’ll find plenty of home design stores stocked with everything you need to revamp your flat. From tables made out of reclaimed wood, to handmade candles and contemporary folk art. Read our guide to the best home design stores in this part of the capital.

Bermondsey Furniture Project

Bridge, Shop, Store
Have a look inside the Bermondsey Furniture Project, which sells reclaimed goods sourced from flea markets across the UK and France. Everything in the store has been ‘upcycled’ or, in other words, carefully renovated through processes such as sanding, painting or waxing. It has a great selection of furniture, including sets of dining chairs, bar stools, cabinets and bedside tables. The shop also sells mirrors, paintings and home accessories, such as an adorable ‘trio’ of multicoloured enamel jugs.
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Bridge, Store
167 Bermondsey's products
167 Bermondsey's products | Courtesy of 167 Bermondsey
Set up in 2007, 167 Bermondsey combines the Irish and South American roots of its founders Michael McGrath and Alessandro Palhares. The lifestyle store sells homeware – including furniture, lighting, artwork and decorative items – as well as clothing. Current stock includes a table made from reclaimed scrap wood, folding chairs, table lamps crafted out of old industrial metal and artistic prints of Tower Bridge. Products here are both stylish and subtle.
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Lovely and British

Shop, Store
Lovely and British
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Try this quaint store for all things Britain – all of its products are sourced from British designers, artists and small independent businesses. You’ll find retro furniture, handmade candles, artwork, photography and collectibles. The shop sells a lot of one-off items, so be sure to pop in regularly for the best finds.
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Borough Kitchen

Market, Shop, Store
One for the foodies – this shop in Borough Market sells a wide range of kitchen tools and tableware. Stock is carefully selected based on functionality, performance and quality, and is sourced from specialist brands across the world. It’s the perfect place to get new knives, pots and pans, trays, crockery, and blenders. Make sure you combine your trip with a bite to eat at one of Borough Market‘s food stalls.
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Bermondsey Square Antiques Market

You’ll find the best bargains at this antiques market early in the morning. Nestled beside a car boot sale, this market has been going since the 1950s (although it has moved from its old spot in Caledonian Road) and the antiques traders here have good knowledge. Shop here for second-hand goods to decorate your home, from vintage kitchenware to retro ornaments. The market’s eye-watering 6am start is allegedly a reflection of the ancient law of marché ouvert,abolished in 1995, when stolen goods were legally allowed to be sold between sunrise and sunset.
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These recommendations were updated on February 9, 2018 to keep your travel plans fresh.