Homes and interiors shopping guide to Muswell Hill, London N10. A nice place to shop where you’ll find everything for your home in one place. It’s a bit of a palaver to get to but worth the visit because there are also plenty of restaurants and boutiques to check out. I caught the W7 bus from Finsbury Park Bus Station which took about 12 minutes. It goes via Crouch End which is another great place to browse around – see my previous post on this area.
Get off the bus at Muswell Hill Broadway. Walk ahead and on your left turn off into Summerland Gardens where you will find Brocklehurst Carpets and Flooring who stock a range of wool, sisal, jute, seagrass and coir floor coverings. Back to Muswell Hill Broadway to the must see shop – Sally Bourne Interiors. Inside you’ll find an inspirational display of paint, wallpaper, tiles, fabrics, upholstery and furniture.
Walk towards St James church, cross at the Zebra towards Planet Organic and veer round to left up Fortis Green Road. Have a look around Cosi Homewares for contemporary cushions, lampshades, mugs and candles. Walk up a bit further, over the zebra crossing and in front of you is Biblioteque Tiles selling mosaic and porcelain ranges. Then to Rosie Brown Boutique selling clothes, bags, cushions and furniture pieces – definitely worth a visit. If you’re looking for window dressings try Sharftsburys for blinds, shutters and rollers. For premium and designer bathrooms pop into CP Hart. Taw Glaziers supply glass and mirrors for businesses and also domestic use. John Lewis of Hungerford Kitchens design and make British solid wood and painted kitchen furniture.
Continue round to Muswell Hill Broadway to The Futon Company which stocks futons and much more; cushions, storage and bistro garden sets. The Scullery Cookshop houses an extensive range of kitchen crockery, cutlery and utensils. Browse around lifestyle store Oliver Bonus for clothing, furniture and home accessories. Bear left, over the zebra, keep left and you’ll come to Woods and Woods for wooden tables, desks, chests and wardrobes. Cross over and head back to where you arrived on the bus and your final shop is Art For Art’s Sake for art materials.
Head down the hill past Pizza Express where you’ll find the W7 bus stop back to Finsbury Park. Alternative routes; Alexandra Palace and Hornsey railway stations or Highgate, Bounds Green and East Finchley tube stations. If you don’t have too many shopping bags you could take a stroll through Alexandra Park where you’ll find a farmer’s market on Sundays. Credits: text and images by Homegirl London.
Relevant links to explore;
Brocklehurst Carpets and Flooring, Summerland Gardens, London N10 3QP,
Sally Bourne Interiors, 26 The Broadway, London N10 3RT,
Cosi Homewares, 85 Fortis Green Road, London N10 3HP,
Biblioteque Tiles, 230 Fortis Green Road, London N10 3QX,
Rosie Brown Boutique, 224-228 Fortis Green Road, London N10 3DU
Sharftsburys, 162 Fortis Green Road, London N10 3DU,
CP Hart Bathrooms, 150-152 Fortis Green Road, London N10 3DU,
Taw Glaziers, 136 Fortis Green Road, London N10 3DU,
John Lewis of Hungerford Kitchens, 108 Fortis Green Road, London N10 3HN,
The Futon Company, 59 Muswell Hill Broadway, London N10 3HA,
The Scullery Cookshop, 123 Muswell Hill Broadway, London N10 3RS
Oliver Bonus,141 The Broadway, London N10 3RS,
Woods and Woods, 311-323 Muswell Hill Broadway, N10 1BY
Art For Art’s Sake, 362 Muswell Hill Broadway, London N10 1DJ