Summer Shopping at Liberty’s

No visit to London-town would be complete without visiting one of London’s greatest shops, Liberty, one of the capitals oldest department stores. Situated in a Tudor building since 1875, this iconic store has a magical atmosphere that sweeps you up the minute you enter. This summer, their collection is as beautiful and inspiring as always.

Sunlounger in Green Palmeral linen by House of Hackney

Sun Lounger in Green Palmeral linen by House of Hackney

Lovely new quirky addition like the House Of Hackney sun lounger, sit beautifully with vintage sourced pieces and recycled glass.

Recycled Glass Bottles and Vintage Stools

Recycled Glass Bottles and Vintage Stools

Dining Combination

Exciting Dining Combinations

 

One of my favourites is their big collection of milk glass in mint green, pale blue and pink, white and also lemon yellow. And I think I might just have to start collecting this lovely bone china range from Material Pleasures, designed and made by Julie Spurgeon – love, love love.

Material Pleasures Bone China & Milk Glass

Material Pleasures Bone China & Milk Glass

 

Don’t miss their new iconic Liberty Print fabrics, and also the new ‘Flowers of Liberty‘ range, a collection of pretty gifts and table top wares.

Iconic Liberty Print Fabrics

Iconic Liberty Print Fabrics

Flowers of Liberty New Launch

Flowers of Liberty New Launch

Liberty Print Deckchair

Liberty Print Deckchair

Vintage China in Liberty Print Suitcase

Vintage China in Liberty Print Suitcase

 

I wish my dining room wall could look like this, a quirky collection of fabulous plates and platters by Astier de Villatte...

Astier De Villatte, Printed Plates & Platters

Astier De Villatte, Printed Plates & Platters

 

My favourite is to enter the shop through the middle door, entering into a little florist with gorgeous creations, setting the mood for what’s to come.

Liberty, since 1875

Liberty, since 1875

 

Photos by Theoda Solms Iles 

5 thoughts on “Summer Shopping at Liberty’s

    • Yes Ursie! Another reason I love entering though the flower shop, because that’s where we got some of my bouquet flowers from, remember?
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  1. I Think I might also have to start collecting the bone china from Material Pleasures …
    I specifically remember the blue delphiniums we bought at that shop, for your wedding bouquet! And then travelling all the way back with the buckets of flowers!

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