#interior design showrooms
Emily Chalmers disseminates her thrifty style through books, styling and, of course, her East London store. Book an appointment to see quirky finds by the likes of Ruth Winding and Deborah Bowness.
5 Ravenscroft Street, London E2 (caravanstyle.com )
The Parisian interior designer’s first London showroom displays furniture inspired by his own projects. Each piece epitomises the refined and elegant style for which Liaigre is renowned.
52–53 Conduit Street, London W1 (christian-liaigre.fr)
‘I grew up with Andrew Webb and his company – which he co-owns with Geoff Collier – is my go-to for highly crafted metalwork and fittings, all available in specialised finishes,’ says interior designer Guy Oliver. See the range at the brand’s Pimlico Road gallery.
68 Pimlico Road, London, SW1 (collierwebb.com )
London-based furniture and interior designer Francis Sultana has clients around the world, including a number of major arts patrons. Much of the furniture he creates is influenced by the styles of the 1920s and 1930s, with other influences drawn from nature. Visit his showroom to browse the collection or seek expert advice on everything from interior design to sourcing art and antiques for your home.
60 Fulham Road, London SW3 (francissultana.com )
The Mayfair showroom of this architectural designer – whose pieces have featured in fashion shoots for Chanel and Tom Ford – portrays his understated, luxurious aesthetic. Alan’s inspirational room sets are a monochromatic ode to French minimalism.
1 Hay Hill, London W1 (guillaume-alan.com )
This Knightsbridge boutique specialises in high-end furnishings, luxe homeware and objets d’art. Award-winning interior and architectural designer Pooley and her 20-strong team have taken on commissions for the likes of Harrods, Heathrow’s Terminal 5 and exclusive private properties including a chalet in Verbier and palaces in Kuwait and Qatar.
160 Walton Street, London SW3 (katharinepooley.com )
Uniting careful craftsmanship with luxurious materials, this interior design brand – which has outposts in both London and New York – specialises in furniture, lighting and accessories. Founded by British designers Joanna Bibby and Harriet Maxwell Macdonald in 1996, it now works on a wide range of design projects for private residences, boutique hotels and restaurants worldwide.
46-47 Britton Street, London EC1 (ochre.net )
Co-founded by architect and interior designer Ben Pentreath (whose Bloomsbury practice is just around the corner) and decorative artist Bridie Hall, this shop stocks contemporary and classic homeware, from mugs bearing Eric Ravilious illustrations to stripy Provençal-chic tea towels by Les Toiles du Soleil.
17 Rugby Street, London WC1 (pentreath-hall.com )
Interior designer Staffan Tollgård’s Chelsea showroom represents his inimitable style. While each of the global brands on display has its own look, Tollgård envisages a ‘red thread’ that connects them all. Products are made to order and the design team can provide everything you need for a project, from fabrics to wallpapers. Look out for folded-silk lights by Aqua Creations.
Grosvenor Waterside, Gatcliff Road, London SW1 (tollgard.co.uk )