Top 12 Italian Furniture Stores in London

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Italian Furniture in London

If you’re looking for Made in Italy furniture, it can be hard to know exactly where to get started. However, through Esperiri’s services, such as the Italian Furniture Shopping Tour and Interior Design Online, your experience will be easy and efficient. You will be assured to receive authentic Italian style and design, no matter where you live.

Italian Furniture Stores in London

For those dwelling in or visiting London, there are many Italian furniture stores to find a one-off item or explore options for your home interiors. When in London, why not stop by an Italian furniture showroom in London? Whether you’re looking for vintage or contemporary Italian made furniture, there’s a showroom or shop just for you. We couldn’t stop at only 10, so we’ve compiled a list of the Top 12 best Italian furniture showrooms and stores in London. Don’t miss a little surprise in the middle of the list! 1/ Promemoria UK Promemoria is an Italian brand characterized by innovation, passion, and love for details. This showroom opened in 2007 on Pimlico Road, an area filled with art galleries and antique shops. They feature the best Italian furniture in London. If you’re not around the UK, you can also head to a Promemoria Showroom in Milan, Moscow, Paris, New York, Hamburg, Munich, and Miami. 99 Pimlico Rd, Belgravia, London

2/ Cassina Cassina is an Italian brand that needs no introduction. They have been the heart of Italian interiors for 90 years, working with the best international architects and designers. It’s only fitting that Piero Lissoni designed Cassina’s London showroom in Knightsbridge. The original and authentic Italian furniture designs in collections such as “I Maestri” and “I Contemporanei” will educate you on all you need to know about Italian design from yesterday as well as today. 238 – 242 Brompton Rd, London

3/ Poliform UK This brand is based in Brianza, north of Milan, but they have quite an international spread with 40 showroom locations featuring their wardrobe systems, furniture, furnishings, and kitchenware. Their elegant, contemporary, and tailored approach certainly has a global market. The Poliform Chelsea showroom is housed in the former location of the Chelsea Art and Design College, inside a 3-story Modernist building. 278 King’s Rd, Chelsea, London

4/ B&B Italia London B&B Italia is one of the most prominent brands in modern and contemporary Italian home furniture. Their London showroom provides you a glimpse of their grand vision, incorporating creativity, technology, and quality in the production of excellent Made in Italy pieces of furniture and home accessories. 250 Brompton Rd, Kensington, London

5/ Arclinea Arclinea is one of the most established names in Italian Kitchen Design, with numerous awards over the years to back up the praise (Luxury Living Award 2005, Master Design Award 2006, Idot 2009, etc). The Arclinea collections have decided to travel and moved into the London B&B Italia showroom in part of a strategic partnership between the two companies in a commitment to shared values highlighting design, innovation, and quality. 250 Brompton Rd, Kensington, London

6/ Natuzzi Natuzzi is a well-known Italian furniture brand that produces sofas in a modern Italian style. Their interiors and products can be visited at 20+ locations in the UK. Their flagship store on Tottenham Court Road in London will give you ample inspiration to bring Italian harmony into your home’s living room, dining room, and/or bedroom. 80-81 Tottenham Court Rd, Bloomsbury, London

INTERMISSION: Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art

Take a break from the Italian showrooms of London and visit this Italian art gallery! It is in fact the only British museum dedicated to modern Italian art.  The collection opened in 1998 inside a restored Georgian townhouse, originally built between 1807-1810. It has been renovated to include bookshop, café, art library, and three floors containing six galleries.

The main collection features mainly Futurist works, figurative art, and sculpture as collected by Eric and Salome Estorick, ranging from 1890 to the 1950s. You’ll find familiar names like Umberto Boccioni, Giorgio Morandi, Gino Severini, Amedeo Modigliani, and Massimo Campigli.

Recent exhibitions have included: The Art of Campari, Rationalism on Set: Glamour and Modernity in 1930s Italian Cinema, and The Enchanted Room: Modern Works from the Pinacoteca di Brera.

39A Canonbury Square, London

7/ Minotti Minotti was established in 1948 and has moved from a small-scale artisan workshop into an internationally known Italian company. They focus on interiors as well as exteriors of residential and hospitality sectors with the creative help of Rodolfo Dordoni. Made in Italy is the core of their identity and they have brought tradition and innovation together to produce excellent products. They have been showcasing their collections in London’s West End since 2009. 77 Margaret St, Fitzrovia, London

8/ Giorgetti London Giorgetti has been providing Made in Italy furniture of great quality and functionality since its founding in 1898. Their new showroom opened in London’s furniture district located in Chelsea Harbour in 2016. The products (sofas, chairs, tables, and cabinets) are made with exclusive and contemporary design enthusiasts in mind. 201 Chelsea Harbour Dr, Fulham, London

9/ Ceccotti The Ceccotti story begins with the company’s founding in 1956, when Ceccotti Aviero began producing residential furniture, which found their way into hotels. The company has expanded through collaborations and by making contemporary design its focus. The luxury craftsmanship has moseyed to London. It can be found on the first floor of the Chelsea Harbour Design Centre, alongside 120 showrooms containing 600+ international brands. The Design Center interiors were created by architect and interior designer, Rabih Hage. Chelsea Harbour Dr, Fulham, London

10/ Boffi Chelsea Since 1934, this Italian brand has been producing furniture, storage systems, and bathrooms by incorporating beauty with innovative technology. Boffi’s collections, often created through collaborations with architects and designers, have grown over the years with success both in Italy as well as abroad. The Boffi Chelsea Showroom in Brompton Design District opened in 2008, with art direction by Piero Lissoni. 254 Brompton Rd, Kensington, London

11/ Fiona McDonald If you’re looking for vintage Italian pieces then this showroom in central London would be perfect for you. The collection hosts an elegant collection of mid-century furniture, lighting, and mirrors. There is plenty for any interior style preference from modern to traditional.

The owner, Fiona McDonald has also expanded her collection to include Fiona McDonald Makes, where custom interiors meets bespoke pieces of furniture, furnishing, and accessories all inspired by Italian design. 323 Fulham Palace Rd, Fulham, London

12/ De Parma This furniture gallery is not to be missed. It opened in 2000 and currently features 20th century Italian furniture. The De Parma collection includes furniture and accessories by some of the greatest Italian design masters such as Carlo Molino, Franco Albini, and Gio Ponti. The lifestyle pieces include cabinets, lighting, seating, desks, and more. 247 Fulham Rd, Fulham, London

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