Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image

The Vintage Guide To London | November 30, 2015

Scroll to top


Homeware - The Vintage Guide To London

Out with the new: three easy ways of introducing vintage to your home

June 28, 2015 |

If you’d like to freshen up your home, forget Ikea and co and head to London’s amazing vintage homeware shops and fairs instead. Here are three tips on how to replace the new with the old:

1) Lighting One of … Read More

Midcentury home deco at MoseyHome

December 19, 2014 |

Just around the corner from Finsbury Park Tube you will find MoseyHome, a small but well-stocked vintage shop specialising in mid-century furniture, home deco and upcycled pieces.
Read More

Crystal Palace’s best kept vintage secret? Boo To A Goose!

January 1, 2014 | 1

The unassuming attic of a regular residential house in Crystal Palace harbours one of the area’s best kept vintage secrets, Boo To A Goose.
Read More

New in Stoke Newington: pop-up shop Yeradessa

March 14, 2013 |

Influenced and inspired by analogue lifestyle, mid-century consumerism and twentieth century nostalgia, new pop-up shop Yeradessa offers unique items from the recent past as well as contemporary gifts, homeware and lifestyle products including instant analogue photography from Impossible Project.
Read More

Mixing new and vintage: Pitfield London

March 4, 2013 |

Pitfield London – named after its Shoreditch location on Pitfield Street – successfully mixes vintage and contemporary designer products in a space that is shop, gallery and cafe at the same time.
Read More

For vintage fabrics head to The Shop

February 18, 2013 | 2

Update: The Shop has now closed down.

Just off Brick Lane is The Shop, a little vintage store you might just pass by if you’re not paying attention. And you most certainly don’t want to miss this one! Inside, the walls are covered with shelves all tightly packed with incredible vintage fabrics and textiles from the Thirties to the Seventies, while dozens of baskets are spilling out vintage scarves, aprons, tables cloths and kitchen towels.
Read More