For stylish interiors, head to Habitat. Here you'll find funky furniture, lighting, toys, crockery and other home accessories.
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196-199 Tottenham Court Road, London, W1T 7PJ
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Habitat - Tottenham Court Road
196-199 Tottenham Court RoadLondonW1T 7PJ
- +44 844 499 1122
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Similar to ikea only more expensive (like everything in London), Habitat delivers cute products for less. Great for lamps!more
Their basement is surprisingly cavernous. Pieces are on the pricier side even for basic lamps and simple decorative pieces, but their designs are for the most part quite clever. One can easily spend an entire hour browsing.
Downside: A sales associate explained to me that customers must take delivery of any pieces found in stock on the day of purchase, and that no later delivery day can be...more
Habitat's designs are simple, chic and unobtrusive providing 'contemporary design at affordable prices'.
They do clean cut furnishings and a plethora of accessories for the bathroom, bedroom, home office, kitchen, dining, and children.
The thought that goes into the individual products, especially with the furniture, is evident. Habitat not only uses their own in house designers, but...more
Shopping for furniture should be a fun and simple process! I like Habitat because they make sure you're visually entertained at all times. This trendy up-scale furniture store is the go to spot to jazz up your personal space.
The window displays are always captivating and successful in luring me into the store. Everything from their decorative lighting installations to the kitchen cutlery is...more
A Terence Conran creation from the 1970s, Habitat is a mid-range place to pick up stuff that is classier than IKEA but not quite as nice as the Conran shop or Heals next door. The kids stuff here is weird but fascinating, worth a look even if you don't have any kids to buy for. I treat a visit to Habitat as a bit of a cultural expedition to find out how contemporary middle class people like to...more