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

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