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The Best Home and Interior Design Stores in Kensington

A room curated by 2LG Studio
A room curated by 2LG Studio | © OKA
Kensington is a hotspot for high-end homeware stores where interior designers flock to source unique products for their projects. Whether you’re just window shopping or looking for a statement piece, here are the best home design shops in this swanky part of West London.


Mint shop in Kensington | © Mint
Set up in 1998, Mint sells homeware designed by both internationally renowned and emerging artists. Many of the pieces on sale are made exclusively for this shop. Products include sleek wooden coffee tables, modular armchairs, glass display cabinets and decorative vases. Mint also offers an interior design service where it works with you to revamp your home.
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Andrew Martin

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Andrew Martin's showroom
Andrew Martin's showroom | © Andrew Martin
Founded by designer Martin Waller, the Andrew Martin brand was first established back in 1978, so you’re in good hands. The store sells a range of homeware, all inspired by travel. Pieces include animal-print wallpaper, metal desk lamps, wooden cabinets and brass-framed coffee tables. Many of the products aim to showcase cultures from across the world.
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Sé's homeware
Sé's homeware | © Sé
Established in 2007 by Pavlo Schtakleff, Sé’s pieces are inspired by 20th-century furniture and characterised by a “curvaceous aesthetic and a spirit of play”. At the forefront of contemporary luxury, Sé focusses on quality craftwork, carefully selecting some of the finest artisans in Europe to work with. Head here for a beautiful investment piece that will last a lifetime.
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Loft apartment in West London designed by Sigmar | © Sigmar
Founded in 2005 by Swedish interior designer Ebba Thott and Danish designer dealer Nina Hertig, this shop specialises in 20th-century design. It sources from niche manufacturers, with products including ceramic kitchenware, chairs, lighting, textiles and storage units. The company also offers a full interior-design service by Thott and Hertig.
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Design Museum Shop

Design Museum
Design Museum | © Gravity Road / Courtesy of Design Museum 
Head down to the Design Museum Shop for slick homeware and fun design-led souvenirs, from a spinning top-shaped salt and pepper set to stylish stacking bowls by Claesson Koivisto Rune. While you’re there, check out the Design Museum itself, which moved into its new home in the former Commonwealth Institute in 2017. The building was given a makeover by architects John Pawson and OMA.
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Designers Guild

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Designers Guild
Designers Guild | © Designers Guild
Designers Guild has been running since 1970 and is now a well-established global interior-design company. Run by Tricia Guild and her brother Simon Jeffreys, the brand is a great go-to for decorating inspiration, with a wide range of fabrics, wallpapers and paint colours as well as furniture and accessories. In addition to its founding store on King’s Road, Designers Guild has a shop in Marylebone and offices in Munich and New York.
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These recommendations were updated on June 25, 2019 to keep your travel plans fresh.