New in store
Westfield London (Shepherd’s Bush) has expanded into a homeware haven
The recent £600 million expansion of Westfield London has led to a gamechanging new homeware offering. An unmatched combination of inspiring brands in an upscale environment has created an even more exciting shopping experience. The 50th John Lewis store, the largest in the UK, leads the way with amazing quality, tastefully curated furniture, fabrics and accessories.
Other established British brands joining John Lewis are Habitat and Heal’s, plus contemporary Danish brand Boconcept, which offers a comprehensive interior design service. West Elm showcases its signature Williamsburg Loft look, and also offers Williams-sonoma’s design consultation programme, Design Crew, pairing customers with interior design experts. There are also Nasa-developed mattresses and pillows from Tempur, and sustainably sourced furniture and accessories from Raft.
But it’s not all sofas and sideboards – anyone after a quick lifestyle fix can also head to The White Company, home to gorgeous bedlinen, accessories, clothing, and fragrances.
With such a diverse mix of home brands having opened their doors alongside existing retailers such as Marks & Spencer, Debenhams, Laura Ashley, House of Fraser and Zara Home, there’s really no reason to go any further than Westfield London – the ultimate destination for homeware.
Andes section sofa, from £2,497; Crescent swivel chair in Horseradish, £599, and Tiered coffee table, £599, all West Elm
Clockwise from left, Nona tapas bowls, £24 for a set of three, Habitat; Clay table, £5,845, Desalto for Heal’s; Tibetan sheepskin stool, £275, TheWhite Company