For stylish interiors, head to Habitat. Here you'll find funky furniture, lighting, toys, crockery and other home accessories.
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Habitat - Tottenham Court Road
196-199 Tottenham Court RoadLondonW1T 7PJ
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USELESS CUSTOMER SERVICE don't plan on returning anything!
got a couch from them, changed my mind shortly after. Called to cancel the order and to get a refund. Order was cancelled, but refund took THREE weeks! and I'm still waiting. Between lost receipts, missing personnel, two weeks into the process, after many calls and visits, I finally managed to speak to the manager and he said, 'I just...more
Yes, I know it can be a bit pricey, but I have to admit, I really like habitat. The designs are simple but lovely, the store is huuuge (don't forget the massive section downstairs full of bedding, lamps, kitchen designs and kitchen utensils/accessories...) plus their sales can be fantastic.
My boyfriend and I are not quite rich enough for their furniture (unless it has a decent discount in a...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
Yesterday I stumbled across a Habitat brochure and today, I felt the urge to stumble into the store itself. It is doubtless that these two events were inevitably linked: after drooling over the lovely pictures in the crafty magazine I felt the need to walk in and drool over the actual furniture. Well done Habitat. Mission accomplished.
Habitat tends to bring me back to a time when I used...more
OK, first, a confession, and one I'm sure is not uncommon. I've never really been able to tell the difference between Habitat and Heals, those two great shining Modernist beacons of British home-ware, whose pieces are blessed with a strange ability to make everyone's living room's look exactly the same.
Well, not exactly the same, but it is my belief that design 'classics' from high street...more