When buying a new home in central London, you might want to create that special feeling of coming home. Notting Hill, Queensway, and Kensington are full of beautiful boutiques and shops to add the finishing touches to your home. Whether you are looking for something pretty to decorate your home or whether you want a total style revamp, we selected some of our favourite interior designers and furniture specialists in the area.Jimmie Martine Bayswater

Jimmie Martin
What can we say! We love Jimmie Martin! If you want something truly exceptional, a piece of art wrapped up in antique furniture, there is no other place to go. Yes, its avant-guard, definitely at the edge of creative interior design, and these truly unique pieces will make you smile every day. ​​​​​​​

Not only do they sell one-off pieces and soft furnishings. Jimmie Martin’s approach to interior design is to create a space which makes you feel glamorous, warm and vibrant, inside and out. They have a wide portfolio of work in some fantastic homes, including a sumptuous townhouse in Notting Hill, and put their creative stamp on a beautiful property in Bayswater.

With hints of their signature theme to add a touch of colourful fun to a neutral backdrop, making this home feel spacious yet homely and warm, with, of course, that feeling of opulent comfort which comes with Jimmie Martin’s style.
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Katrina Philips
Walking into this shop on Portobello is a wonderful, soothing experience. This style is timeless, serene, and cosy. With an eclectic mix of simple yet elegant furnishings, you can find pieces of furniture and soft furnishings to fit your home’s décor. From gorgeous ch​​​​​​​unky pieces wrapped in classic style, items which draw the eye such as demur oversized vases, tabletop decorations and large clusters of crystals to bring a sense of wellbeing into your home.

Katrina Philips is known for styling homes, with a portfolio of work in London and Ibiza, bringing this bohemian chic influence to her style. As you walk through the shop, you can imagine the feeling of the sea breeze as the drapes flutter softly, sipping coffee and checking your morning emails. All, after morning meditation, which feels like an easy task in the peaceful environment created by Katrina Philips design.
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The Cloth Shop
A local favourite, this shop has been situated on Portobello road since 1992 when it relocated from Soho. Walking into their shop is like a trip back in time, it has an earthy, natural feel and is a delight for any fabric lover, filled with rolls of fabric of various designs and soothing tones, trimmings of all styles and colours.

Their ethos is only to buy products that they love themselves, and this is very much felt as you walk through the rolls of fabric. The shop sells a wide range of natural materials from linen, velvet, cotton, muslin, and vintage fabrics.

They are incredibly knowledgeable about their products and have lots of friendly advice about using fabrics. The cloth shop is well known for the quality of its materials and is a popular choice among interior designs and individual customers alike.
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Graham & Green
Colourful, mindful design Graham and Green design their own furniture.  It all started in 1974, when they opened their first shop on Elgin Crescent, in the heart Notting hill gate, bringing a range of eclectic finds from their travels around the world. Forty-five years later and they have evolved into a much-loved brand, known for their colourful and stylish designs, adding a touch a chic to any urban home.

The influence of travel is felt in the design of their furniture, which brings antique and retro styles into unique yet practical pieces that are perfect for London living. From clean-cut lines to more unusual designs, their designs are classic, functional, and made with lots of love.

Their love of interior design is evident through their attention to detail in marrying their larger pieces to their soft furnishings to create a beautifully warm cosy space that you can transport into your own home. Graham and green is a perfect choice to add a touch of fresh colour, bringing some character and that cosy feel into your home.
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Between the eclectic style of Notting Hill, the antique history of Kensington Church Street and Portobello Road, and the furniture stores of Westbourne Grove, there is a wide variety of styles and furnishings to choose from in Notting hill and surrounds. You can enjoy meandering and become inspired by the creativity that goes into designing that perfect property, from the inside out.