Aria stocks an eclectic range of contemporary home furnishings & lifestyle accessories as well as hand-selected vintage pieces and special collaborations with local independent designers.
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Barnsbury StreetIslingtonLondonN1 1PN
- +44 (0)20 7704 6222
The best thing about this store is the building. It's a fabulous old meeting hall, which the owners lovingly restored. Somehow, unfortunately the merchandise just doesn't belong in it - it kind of clashes with its surroundings.
With a contemporary bias, it has one or two cool bits and pieces, but is generally overly stuffed with stuff that doesn't know whether it's Arthur or Martha. It looks...more
This independent store has all the big names that you would find in Heals, Liberty and Selfridges and then a whole lot more.
I love it because it saves a trip into town and the service is fantastic.
Prepare yourself: there is a lot of product on display! But I can pretty much guarantee you will find the perfect gift.
I particularly love the mushroom night lamps and luxury toiletries...more
I used to stop by Aria all the time when it on Upper St. It's a lovely place to browse and look at all sorts of designer (but still affordable) house wares. There's nothing special here that you can't find anywhere else, but it's still fun to look around.
But the real reason to go to Aria is the jewelry. They don't stock a lot but it used to be that everything was done by local UK...more
When I discovered Aria hidden on the side street just off Upper Street, I was thrilled. This is my kind of store.
You get art decor furniture, pictures, watches, kitchen ware, loads of unusual housewares, handbags and cases, candles and holders, books etc etc. You must take a look there is so much to see in this super large store. It reminds me of some of the modern decor shops I have browsed...more
Aria is a pure lifestyle shop selling everything from coffee table books and leather hand bags to designer chairs and kitchen utensils. Some might say this is a typical 'design' shop and it is perhaps a little predictable with the host of design icons it holds but the building itself, just off Upper Street, is an interesting back drop and the shop layout is inviting for a gander.
They stock a...more