Shops: Wimbledon Village, London SW19 Homegirl London April 5, 2013 Shops Homes and interiors shopping guide to Wimbledon Village, London SW19. Shopping in London can be a real treat if you head for Wimbledon Village. You’ll find a great mix of stores ranging from vintage furniture shops to home accessory shops and paint specialists. I’m going to be concentrating on Wimbledon Village which is where you’ll find the more interesting independent stores and boutiques. There are also plenty of fashion stores when you reach the Village – independent boutiques, Jigsaw, Eileen Fisher, Joseph, Whistles, Jack Wills, Reiss, Sweaty Betty, Max Mara, etc. There’s also a great selection of restaurants including independents and chains like Paul, Pizza Express, Carluccios, etc. Arrive at Wimbledon station (on the District underground line and there is also a train station) and turn right. Walk up Wimbledon Hill Road which has a bit of a steep hill and it will take approximately 10 minutes to reach Wimbledon Village. You’ll spot some shops ahead, keep on your right and you will find yourself on the High Street … Wide selection of richly pigmented paint colours and artisanal wallpaper Farrow & Ball, SW19 5EG www.farrow-ball.com At the end of the street if you keep right you’ll come to Church Road Premium cookware specialist Le Creuset, SW19 5DL www.lecreuset.co.uk Antique and modern frame specialists Fisher & De Domenici, SW19 5DL www.wimbledonpictureframing.com Cross over road and walk back in the direction you came Eclectic English inspired furniture, home accessories and gifts Mint Source, SW19 5DQ www.mintsource.com Creative colourful stationery, gadgets and gizmos galore Tinc, SW19 5DW www.tinc.uk.com Eclectic mix of modern, classic and vintage furnishings Two Sisters Home, SW19 5DW www.twosistershome.com Follow the street round and you’re back on the High Street Good range of antiques – furniture, lighting and decorative objects RKade, SW19 5EE www.rkadeonline.co.uk/gallery/objects Premium paint, tiles, kitchens and bathrooms Fired Earth, SW19 5EE www.firedearth.com When you reach the Rose and Crown pub cross over the road and there are a few shops and restaurants down the High Street which leads to Wimbledon Common. Then back up and you’ll see Senti Lovely home fragrances and UK distributor for Dr Vranjes products Senti, SW19 5BY www.senti.co.uk Continue round on your right Contemporary art gallery Canvas Wimbledon, SW19 5BY www.canvaswimbledon.com Keep on your right and you are back on Wimbledon Hill Road Konig kitchens German kitchen specialists Konig Kitchens, SW19 7NA www.konigkitchens.com Bric-a-brac, furniture and figurines Traders Antiques, SW19 5DX Decoration and accessories Beaumont Interiors, SW19 5DQ www.beaumontinteriorslondon.com Round to your right Pretty vintage inspired home and fashion accessories Cath Kidston, SW19 5DX www.cathkidston.co.uk That’s it for the Wimbledon Village tour. Walk back down Wimbledon Hill Road and there are a few more homes and accessories shops I’ll mention in case you want to pop in. You’ll spot a department store called Elys and on the right into Worple Street is Dreams, the bed specialists. If you continue to Wimbledon Station, you’ll find Cargo opposite selling furniture, picture frames and crockery. If you want to pop into Centre Court shopping Centre which is next to the station there are a few stores to check out; Paperchase, Sony Centre and Beautiful House Furniture. You’re right next to the station so you can now head back home. I hope you enjoyed the tour. Relevant links to explore; www.wimbledon-village.com www.centrecourtshopping.co.uk www.lovewimbledon.org www.wimbledonpark.com www.wimbledonvisitor.com Credits: text and images by Homegirl London. Special thanks to my friend Alan Russell who came with me on a fact finding mission. Disclosure: This feature includes the following affiliate partners – Cath Kidston (if you click through from my website and purchase items from the affiliates I will earn a small commission).