Omni Furnishing - Quality furniture in Scotland
There's a sister shop selling furniture in Morningside. Studio One Furniture, 71 and Morningside Road, , studioonefurniture. This vintage clothes shop on West Port has been keeping the city's art students in secondhand heels and costume jewellery since A jumble sale rummage won't be needed either; it's a neat, well-picked collection of 50s and 60s prom dresses, trenchcoats and leather gloves on one side of the shop, and a slightly naffer in a good way 80s and 90s-leaning capsule collection called HB Electronics on the other.
The HB sideline is curated by the owner's daughter and son-in-law, who have a good eye for faded denims, ugly-chic blouses and trashy leotards. Mon-Sat 1pm-6pm, Sun 1pm-5pm.
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This secondhand furniture store kits its Leith neighbours out with G-Plan sideboards, Ercol chairs and the occasional taxidermied duck. It's a good find if you're looking for offbeat pieces, particularly if you like midth century furniture or homewares with a tasteful retro flourish. Most of the pieces are sourced from the UK, but there's a strong Scandinavian flavour too. Thurs-Sat 10am-6pm, Sun noon-6pm, or by appointment. Imagine a scaled-down department store inside a Georgian townhouse… Homer is a multipurpose, homeware supplies spot with the tagline "Conran meets the Old Curiosity Shoppe" sic.
It's run by Kevin and Jayne Ramage, a couple who had a bookshop in London, then moved to the Highlands. They opened Homer, part one, in Perthshire and more recently this, the Edinburgh branch. They'll sell you a vintage bathroom cabinet, plus luxury lotions and potions to fill it.
They'll also kit out your home office with leather accessories, fill your garden with birdhouses, and supply fancy cocktail shakers for your drinks cabinet. Rose Street is the pedestrian street running parallel to Princes Street, more famous for its pubs and seafood restaurants than its shopping but this store is a must visit for the label lover. It's not the cheapest but it does offer a good selection of pared down, non-garish summer dresses by Sessun and APC for her, and striped espadrilles and MHL by Margaret Howell shirts and blazers for him. High-top Nikes, leather iPod covers, tortoiseshell sunglasses and woven belts are among further temptations.
Mon-Sat 10am-6pm, Sun noon-5pm. Justin Baddon opened this design and furniture shop with his wife Juliet in , after moving back to Scotland from London. A few of the price tags may bring tears to the eyes but there is always the sense that the range of Scandinavian furniture, Scottish textiles, handwoven rugs and minimal lighting fixtures has been picked with care.
Smaller items such as the upside-down hanging plant pots, bird-feeders and whale-tail salad tongs make for excellent gift ideas. Unicorn Antiques There's a touch of Steptoe's Yard about this cluttered shop, where dusty shelves are stacked with copper pots, top hats, antique books and third, fourth and fifth-hand ornaments. Working with a traditional weaver in Aberfeldy, we have tweeds made up to our own designs and upholstered onto contemporary chairs, sofas and footstools. Repeat visits are a must! Look out for us on the left hand side above the paint shop.
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By Road - There is free weekend parking nearby. The rest of the week, there is meter parking in Heriot Row, around the corner.
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Loading is permitted outside the shop for short periods. Our postcode is EH3 6TD.
By Public Transport - There is a bus stop just outside our door.