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    The Conran Shop

    Known as one of the top luxury retailers in the London area, the Conran Shop is ideal for those in need of for high fashions, home designs, and unique gifts. The store offers a nice mix of vintage and contemporary home furnishings, lighting, home accessories, kitchen and dining wares, clothing, jewelry, books, music, and more! Customers can find sofas, chairs, and tables for their living room; dinner and serving ware for their kitchens and dining rooms; women and men’s fashion; amazing accessories like pendant lamps, vibrant cushions, unique vases—and so much more. They offer products from some of the world’s top designers, such as Alexander Girard, Larsson & Jennings, and Olivia Von Halle, as well as a large selection from up-and-coming new designers like Lucy Kurreln. Many customers come here looking for unusual and rare gifts, such as terrariums, paper model kits, and sycamore chess sets.

    Shoppers can find gift options for as low as £30, but most gifts go well beyond that—come here if you want to splurge on someone special. Clothing items also range between £50 and £200, while shoppers can expect to pay in the £1,000s for designer furniture. The store also offers free gift-wrapping services. The shopping experience at the Conrad Shop is enhanced by the in-store children’s playroom, Zen-style beauty supply room, and the on-site Oyster Bar.

    This unique shop opened its doors in 1987 and is located in the old Michelin House, named after the famed Michelin Tyre Company. It is right along Fulham Road in the South Kensington area of Chelsea.

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    Address: Michelin House, 81 Fulham Road, London, 5W3 6RD
    Phone: 020 7589 7401

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