We share our top picks for the best Manchester based Homeware Stores after relocating our offices to Manchester. We always have our eyes peeled for future Interior Design and Styling Projects and we wanted to share our favourite stores which are all accessible to the public right now.
Parsec Ltd, 154 Burton Rd, Didsbury, Manchester M20 1LH
Moth is a truly stunning homeware store, filled with pieces sourced from all of the world and has a very much travel inspired approach for all of its pieces. This is the perfect spot to source a gift for somebody special, or for yourself of course!
48 Edge St, Manchester M4 1HN
In the Heart of the Northern Quarter Deadstock General Store can be found. It’s cosy interior with gorgeous pieces inside will no doubt draw you in. Filled with glorious smellies and homewares sourced from all of the world, you’re guaranteed to come away with something fabulous.
106 Tib St, The, Manchester M4 1LR
A small gorgeous homeware store on the famous Tib Street in Manchester, you’re bound to walk past if you’re in the Northern Quarter. It has a black facade and it is filled with lots of beautifully curated curiosities, all of which are wonderfully put together and is a gorgeous space to be in.
117 Beech Rd, Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Manchester M21 9EQ
Family owned Business Object in Chorlton-cum-Hardy. If you haven’t been already, it is a great hot spot for nice restaurants, bars, green spaces and dog owners, slightly out of the bustle of the City Centre but truly worth the trip. A selection of organic shapes and contemporary homewares can be seen here on a backdrop of warm pink painted walls which highlight all of the pieces beautifully.
6 Bradley St, Manchester M1 1EH
Form Lifestyle Store is truly a hidden gem, tucked away within the Northern Quarter in Manchester. Not only an amazing space to be inside, the concept is truly brilliant. All the products are made by local Artists and are hand crafted. There is also a workshop space available for workshops, keep your eyes pealed on their website for up and coming events.
We hope you found this post interesting and you get the chance to visit some of the local independent Manchester based homeware stores. If you’re still unsure on where to source gorgeous pieces and how to put them together in your interior design project, we are here to help you drive your project where you need it to be.