The New Barker and Stonehouse Store in Battersea.
Every child's dream bedroom
I spent my child hood in various Moris Minors, for me it wasn't pleasant, I couldn't see out the seats were so low! This one is pretty cool though, and made a stunning entrance piece to the store.
Lovely industrial looking office chairs
Amazing what you can do with a few tennis rackets.
Loving the red clock
You would just have to have one of these lights if you lived in London don't you think?
Carrying one of our purchases back along the Thames to Wandsworth, saving the delivery fee means you can buy more!
We wanted to stop at Megan's for coffee, but Megan had decided to shut up shop and go elsewhere for the Bank Holiday weekend.
I'm told it is lovely with a secret garden out the back. There is always next time.
I would love one of these for going gardening and taking stuff to the tip, how cool would that be, may have to curb my speeding though!
Worlds End Nurseries is a bit of green and calm in the middle of the busy Kings Road in Chelsea, it has a resident cat and some lovely sayings dotted around between the very smart looking topiary.
Vivian Westwoods shop in Worlds End Chelsea, everything is wonky and the clock on the front of the shop goes around at super fast speed. Time never stands still.
The Rococo chocolate shop, a tiny shop on the Kings Road beautifully decorated.
The beautiful Anthropologie store, selling all manor of lovely things.
All the above are well worth a visit, more to come in my next blog.