Cordy House

The Edit

From chintz to wall prints, when it comes to adorning your home, East London has it covered.

Words Alyn Griffiths


Gallery Fumi
Gallery Fumi’s revolving exhibitions are a great place to seek out unusual artworks and sculptural furniture by emerging designers, such as London studio, Glithero (pictured).



Sheridan Coakley’s Curtain Road emporium has been bringing Londoners a curated selection of the best British design since 1985, and helped introduce the likes of Matthew Hilton and Jasper Morrison.



Two Columbia Road
East London’s premier collection of vintage furniture and art can be found on the corner of Columbia Road and Hackney Road. Expect classic modernist pieces from Scandinavia and North America.



This new addition to the East London shopping scene brings together new and reinvented furniture with designer wallpapers, carpets, quirky curiosities and a cafe serving coffee, cakes and snacks.



Nelly Duff
Established in 2005, this small gallery and shop has a big reputation in the fields of graffiti, tattoo and street art. It produces a great range of original and limited edition prints, such as Dan Hillier’s Hoarse (pictured).



Pure Evil Gallery
Influential graffiti artist Pure Evil has set up shop on Leonard Street, where he sells prints of his dark copies of images depicting characters from popular culture, such as Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe and Jackie Kennedy (pictured).



The Goodhood Store
More than six years on from its launch, The Goodhood Store continues to operate as an independent edit of everything that’s good in fashion and design. Focusing on quality and character, look out for Scandinavian brands like Muuto, Hay and &tradition (pictured).



Lee Broom
London designer Lee Broom recently transformed the ground floor of his Rivington Street studio into a shop showcasing his decadent home furnishings, including cut crystal light bulbs.



Milk Concept Boutique
This boutique in the heart of Shoreditch stocks an eclectic range of fashion, furniture and homewares, including a large selection of pieces by eccentric Italian designer, Piero Fornasetti (pictured).



House of Hackney
House of Hackney was founded in 2010, and set about reviving the use of bold prints in interior design. Its wallpapers and fabrics give a contemporary twist to traditional patterns like floral chintz.



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