After Noah predominantly sells antique furniture with some small household items. They also offer a furniture restoration service and a mail order service.
Venue Details & Map
121-122 Upper StreetLondonN1 1QP
- +44 (0)20 7359 4281
- Public transport:
- Essex Road, National Railway
Top 5 reviews of After Noah
:::::walks through door:::
"My word, this place is darling!"
::::rushes around looking at everything excitedly:::
"This is what I've been looking for! Look at all the THINGS!"
:::::peers at price tags:::
Alright, I realize we're all up in Angel here...where the streets are paved with money and the wallets open freely, but I just cannot get on board with the general pricing... more
After Noah is a very interesting shop to pop into if you are strolling down the street after indulging at one of the many amazing cafes/bakeries here.
Lots of quirky stuff, you never know what you may find. Spread across 2 floors, the downstairs is mostly furniture and the garden out back has outdoor furniture and decor.
The ground floor has a mix of children's gift items, unique watches... more
This place is adorable. A bit pricey, but some of the items are so unique and quirky, that you can't help but consider them. There's this great lighted sign that hangs above the stairs that says "Open to Both Sexes" that I covet intensely. I'm trying to figure out if its for sale and if I can get it back to the States.
We popped in here recently to buy a baby gift for a friend and had so much... more
After Noah has beautiful things, including some items lovingly refurbished to their former glory. I purchased a 1960s Danish sofa-bed, and the staff were extremely helpful and knowledgeable in explaining its background and arranging for delivery. When I experienced a minor problem with the sofa months later, I simply wrote an email and they responded in less than 5 minutes! The exceptional... more
A creaky TARDIS full of delights pretty much sums up After Noah.
I'm a sucker for a toy shop so succumbed to the siren's call and went in. The shop is essentially split into 3 parts - the left is gifty-type things. Reminded me of a Joy. Right has toys and games. Downstairs is vintage and vintage-style furniture and furnishings.
While I was there, I loved it. It felt quirky and cool. But I... more