This Beautiful Hackney Store Will Give You All The Design Inspo
House of Hackney has got prints fit for a prince.
Looking for a way to brighten up your living room? Well look no further, because a visit to the House of Hackney will sort you right out. They’ve dreamt up the most extra patterns you ever did see, and everything here is a riot of colour and creativity.
Chief amongst House of Hackney’s offerings is their huge collection of fabulous wallpaper.
House of Hackney are BIG on printed patterns. Seriously, they cover almost every inch of the store.
Been meaning to jazz up that bare lightbulb of yours? House of Hackney has you covered with their range of lampshades.
Meanwhile, these pineapple lamps are to die for and will only cost you £495. You didn’t need to eat for the next three months, did you? You’ll also find a colourful array of cheetahs, parakeets, and flamingos to solve your lighting dilemmas.
Pretty much everything you’d need to decorate your pad can be found here. From cushions to sofas, via tea sets and bookends, everything House of Hackney sells is effortlessly stylish and wildly extravagant.
House of Hackney sell perfectly patterned fabric, too. They’ll even sell you clothes – wonderful for making a bold fashion statement. They’re equally great for blending into the wallpaper to escape unwanted guests.
For those who lack the funds to redecorate, House of Hackney is, as you’ve probably guessed, a drop dead gorgeous place for a wander.
Oh screw it, shall we just live here?
Location: 131 Shoreditch High Street, E1 6JE. Nearest station is Shoreditch High Street. See it on Google Maps.
Opening hours: 10am-7pm (Monday to Saturday), 11am-5pm (Sunday).
Entry: free to look around, which is good because this place is pricey. Wallpaper starts at £165 per roll, and lampshades begin at £130.
More information: visit their website.
Featured image: @bunnysmeesh
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