Posts Tagged ‘Home goods’

Dec
13

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ArgosBlog

Argos combines the best of shopping online and shopping on the high street, offering a fast, easy and seamless way to get what the customer wants. Explore Argos in London (UK).

Jul
20

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NakagawaMasamichiBlog

This particular shop Nakagawa Masashichi Shōten-gai is an experiment, in which a shopping market scheme is designed in an interior space in the centre of Tokyo. Each shelf stand represents a different brand covering a variety of districts throughout Japan. Explore Nakagawa Masashichi Shōten-gai in Tokyo (JP).

Jan
25

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GuyDegrenneBlog

The store design strength lies in the variety and scope of its offer in terms of functionality, style and colour. Explore Guy Degrenne in Toulouse (FR).

Apr
29

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BaileysBlog

This 18th-century barn and surrounding buildings was converted into one of Britain’s most exciting destination home stores. Explore Baileys Home and Garden in Bridstow (UK).

Dec
22

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Hema has arrived at Gare du Nord in Paris. Visit Hema.

Aug
08

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Labour and Wait is sourcing a collection of everyday classics which will not date, but will mellow and improve with age, and therefore are destined to become favourites. Visit their store in in the heart of East London’s (UK) market district.

Apr
19

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An Australian IKEA store tested out last year the idea of having a “play space” for weary husbands and boyfriends. Read this article.

Oct
14

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Home, garden and kitchen items like fun birdhouses and colourful lunchboxes will make even the biggest pessimist cheerful in this shop in Utrecht (Netherlands).

Source: Keck & Lisa

Mar
07

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Brook Farm General Store is a small shop on the south side of Williamsburg, Brooklyn (New York, US). It is a neighborhood store, modeled on the traditional general stores of New York City, but with a modern interpretation. They opened in the summer of 2009 after having lived in this neighborhood for many years. Their goal was to create a shop with a comfortable,inviting environment, selling well-made items from around the world.They also have our own line, called Tourne, to which they are constantly adding new products. It’s unassuming from the outside, but once you step inside … wow! A wonderful selection of home goods and accessories, all meticulously displayed and so very well organized.

Source: Brook Farm