hop London 2.0 is kicking off, and if you’re looking for way to inject some charm and character into your home, you’ve come to the right place. Below you’ll find an A-Z directory of homewares stores taking part in our campaign.
From eye-catching neon signs to brighten up your walls to beautiful bed linen that will refresh your sleep setting, find unique, handcrafted goods that make a house a home.
Shop London homeware brands
Inspired by a British Bangladeshi heritage and named after the owners’ daughter, Alaynas Home is the destination for family friendly homewares. Expect plenty of rattan and furniture made with natural materials as well as luxe-looking accessories with price tags that whisper rather than clang.
Bespoke Binny is a British based business with a range of handmade homeware and gifts items made from West African cloth. Shop everything from pillows, lampshades, oven gloves, table runners and more.
Based on the belief that ‘home is where the heart is’ and a comfortable one is essential to wellbeing, you’ll find uplifting colours and vibrancy in every product.
If you’re looking for a way to get your home greener, look to Boobalou, which aims to reduce the home waste. The idea is to introduce small changes, which in turn can make a huge difference to the environment. Shop everything from reusable feminine hygiene products and cloth baby nappies, to reusable household items and more.
Borne from a lockdown hobby, BRNT candles is a sustainable and natural South London candle brand. Everything is made and packed using recyclable, recycled, biodegradable and natural materials.
Camomile London believes the joy of home lies in simple, functional, beautiful spaces. Created by a mother-daughter duo, textiles include dream bed canopies, duvet covers, cushions and baby and kids bed linen, finished with pretty embroidery by craftsmen in India.
Continue curating your dream interiors with Ceraudo, a London-based interiors brand offering a beguiling mix of antique and contemporary furniture and accessories. Founded by sisters Emily and Victoria, Ceraudo offers one-off vintage and antique gems at affordable prices. Shop everything from Art Deco lemonade sets to antique maps to Louis XVI-style mahogany bouillotte tables.
Fill your home with the luxurious offering from Circus25. The homeware label specialising in furnishings both soft and statement has quirky and plush designs so you can create your dream space.
Making concrete homewares not only fashionable but desirable is Joey Alden, whose love for making industrial bowls for friends and family has spilled out into Conk. Short for concrete, pieces include coasters, planters, soap dishes, egg cups, trays and more – all handmade. If you’re looking for a bargain, check out Conk Seconds, where flawed creations are on sale at knockdown prices.
Using offcuts for cushion filler (that would otherwise have gone to landfill), Cutting Floor Cushions is on a mission to make your lounge the loveliest, comfiest place it can be. All pieces are made to order to further cut down on waste. As well as cute cottagecore cushions, they also sell eco-friendly inners, draught excluders, tote bags and a restuff and refluff service to extend the longevity of your sofa.
Specialising in sculptural candles inspired by the female form with varying degrees of curves, Daily Flame is lighting up Instagram, regularly putting out new collections and flash sales that sell out in a matter of hours. The female-owned business hand-pours the candles in North London using natural wax and essential oils and offers regular candles alongside Flame Bods (which are way too nice to burn).
All packaging is recyclable, biodegradable or reusable, and they plant a tree for every order and offset our employee carbon each month.
Stock up on art and coffee table-esque books from the shop at the Dellasposa gallery. The space specialises in timeless pieces from contemporary artists and can also offer bespoke advice to help you find the perfect piece to add to your collection.
This Connaught Street-based gallery space dedicates its walls to contemporary art and in particular the Pop Surrealism movement. They are offering discounts across their products and selected pieces of art to elevate the same space that you’ve spent the last year or so residing in.
On a mission to get more of us adopting reusable water bottles, Drenched is a smart water bottle brand that offers designs which will keep drinks cold for up to 20 hours and hot brews warm for eight. Bottles feature a temperature indicator on the LED touch screen display to avoid accidental burns. Pair with an infuser pod to create your favourite tea, fruit, or detox water infusions.
A small independent business supporting the work of Indian and African artisans and donating to charitable causes. From lovely tablecloths to transform your tablescapes to beautifully crafted quilts, throws and cushions, there’s plenty to explore.
Tantalised by terrariums? Find the miniature conservatory of your dreams at Four Store, an indy lifestyle store with shops in Shoreditch and Notting Hill. As well as NIWA Design terrariums, there are hydro herb kits, plant care accessories and diffusers to transform your home into an urban oasis. Everything is hand delivered to London addresses only.
Find the contemporary lifestyle brands at Hamalie, where you can find a wealth of African design all under one digital roof. From home decor made in Kenya to luscious skincare from South Africa and show-stopping fashion from Nigeria, there are incredible new brands to add to basket.
It is widely known and recognised in the chef community that Japanese knives are some of the best in the world. Whether you are a novice or expert, they will certainly elevate the cooking experience and nowhere has a better offering than Japanese Knife Company. The brand plays host to over 6000 models and has brick and mortar establishments in Soho, Marylebone, Kensington, Chiswick and Wimbledon.
The tide against single use plastics is swelling, and Kind Bag is part of the wave. The company offers chic reusable bags made with plastic bottles – they recycled over 1.5m in the first year of trading alone. One per cent of all sales – not just the profits – of the ethical patterned bags goes to environmental charities including Just One Ocean and WWF for Nature UK.
If you’ve caught the crafting bug over lockdown, MUD has got you covered with its handmade, artisan porcelain and homeware pieces set to act as the finishing touch to your space.
A lockdown-launched business, Nettlefold sells art prints and stationery inspired by the creator’s childhood, including excerpts from poems by their grandfather. Beautiful illustrations and heartfelt words make for perfect, whimsical gifts for new parents and cherished grandparents.
Bring walls to life with Nutmeg’s collection of window and wall stickers and easily removable self-adhesive wallpapers. There are pretty designs for the bedroom and hallway as well as fun styles to kick your children’s imagination up a notch.
Calling all stationery fanatics! Independent Ohh Deer offers a selection of arty gifts, stationery, books, artwork, home accessories and more using designs from local artists, supporting makers at a grassroots level. There’s even a greeting card collection inspired by the late dulcet-toned landscape artist, Bob Ross. Satisfy your stationery cravings with a subscription to Papergang, the company’s monthly drop packed with papercraft.
Putting the fun in functional, find furniture with bold bursts of colour at Smug House. The brand offers industrial-style storage and home details in a range of shades while also offering brands such as Love Frankie (lighting) and sleek mid-century modern seating from Sternzeit Design.
Browse handmade boutique hotel-grade lighting from independent design company Spark & Bell, which makes custom lights and fittings at reasonable prices. The company curates, sources and designs the highest quality parts and products to help create the perfect light for your space.
Shop all those gorgeous decorative candlestick holders and home accessories running riot over your feed at The Present House Company, run by Charlotte Levien from Sussex. The interiors expert offers gorgeous details that inject your space with personality, style and charm. Top buys include the dip dyed tapered candles and polka dot candleholders; combine for one Insta-worthy centrepiece.
From the school of more is more, say hello to maximalist homewares haven W.A Green. The Shoreditch-based company references bold design and colour to add a sense of fun to interiors, best summed up in its M.O ‘dopamine for the home’. You’ll find its digital shelves heaving with independent designers alongside legends like Jonathan Adler.
Offering brilliant and bespoke LED neon lights, Yellowpop brings the powerfully uplifting effects of light to brighten up your four walls. As well as its main collection, there are kooky collabs with artists like André Saraiva, David Elia, Diet Prada, Emily Eldridge, and more.
Once a stall in Camden Market, Sister Ray has become a Soho fixture and a destination for vinyl lovers everywhere. Shop new releases, classic albums and an extensive selection or rare and pre-loved options.
Online luxury flower delivery service was founded by celebrity London florist and designer, Larry Walshe. Leading us in a workshop during our Shop London event (find full details here), Walshe may be best-known for his design-driven approach and unique styling that has earned him a long list of celebrity clientele that includes the Royal Households, Rihanna, Adele, and Stella McCartney to name but a few.
At Bloom you’ll find something for every requirement, from hand tied Luxury Gift Bouquets (from £75), to the flexible Best in Bloom flower subscription (£35 per box, per delivery). There’s also a personalised Create Your Own Bouquet service where you can pick the stems, foliage, size, colour, sentiment, and overall look of your desired bouquet.