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The Vintage Guide To London | December 14, 2017

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Three new London vintage homeware shops you should know about

Three new London vintage homeware shops you should know about


Whether you are after Fifties formica, Twenties tea sets or Seventies Scandinavia, here are three new London vintage homeware shops worth knowing about

1) Painted Black in Crouch End
This newly opened shop features a fab range of vintage home deco items and knick knacks alongside clothing and accessories.

Stock changes all the times but expect to find anything from art deco tea sets to mid-century toaster racks and Seventies milk glasses. Prices are excellent too with items priced rarely over £30.
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2) Crimson Heart in Shoreditch
This little tearoom-cum-shop features a retro cafe downstairs while the upstairs shop stocks mid-century furniture, lamps, magazines and other vintage treasures.

Here you’ll find anything from Sixties hair dryers to pulp fiction novels and Seventies flower pots. Prices are excellent given the trendy East End location, and owner Mia is always on hand to help.
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3) The Blitz Department Store off Brick Lane
While the fashion section in this huge warehouse is distinctively average Brick Lane (hello 80s!), there’s a great selection of homeware, china and other vintage home deco items going as far back as Victorian times.

From Fifties formica table and chair sets to old cinema seats and movie posters to shop fittings and art deco tea sets, the selection is huge and ever changing. Prices are fair with tea sets costing as little as £20. Blitz offers a home delivery service.
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