Interior-shop-hopping seems to have become a "thing" for me and my sister. Whenever we get together and go out, we always end up finding a cute little interior shop, whether it's one we have seen before or a new one that has popped up!
Well, wherever or whenever it is, we have to make sure we have our cameras ready. Taking pictures of places we find cute or interesting is something we always end up doing.
So for this post, I want to show you a new pop-up shop in Goldbourne Road called Lulu & Nat. (Let me just quickly describe for you the moment we first laid our eyes on this shop). As we walked past, our eyes caught a glimpse of the interior through the shop window and we were pulled in like a magnet. And it was hard to pull away from so we gave into our temptations and surrendered. We just had to go inside!
Once inside, we ended up staying for a bit, after getting into a discussion with the owner of the shop. The shop will only be open for April as it is a pop-up shop (so if you live in London, head over to Goldbourne Road to see Lulu And Nat).
Lulu & Nat is a homeware store which sells accessories and furniture for your home. What I love about this shop, in particular, is that their inspiration comes from India. It all began for them 10 years ago in India. If you look closely at their collections you'll see the printed textiles and the bold colours they use really show where their inspiration stemmed from.
Their homeware products range from cushions, and furniture to kids clothes. I love the mix of modern and traditional they have gone for. From the embroidered cushions and wall hangings to the woven stools mixed in with the modern interior, everything just works. I guess it's also because of the age we live in now, there are so many different cultures living in one place, it's impossible to not want to explore what another culture has to offer. It's just perfect, especially if you're looking to bring a bit of character and colour to your interior.
What drew me into the shop was the children's decor. I have slowly been in the process of decorating my son's room lately so I have ended up looking for children's decor everywhere I go.
As much as there are really bold colours and prints in their shop, I feel like it's also quite subtle. This really drew me in as I am quite huge with sticking to subtle colours. The fact that they were able to make it bold yet subtle has even made me rethink the direction I am going with my son's room. I feel like I now need to bring some more bold textures in to create character.
The little prints on the cushions and kids bedding were just so cute. I loved the little animal prints especially the elephants and tigers! I really enjoyed being in the shop and was quite excited to find out about their online store. So even if you're not able to catch the shop while it's open, head over to the Lulu And Nat website here>>> LuluAndNat
For now, here are a few of the products they had at their store! Enjoy.