Mayfair is a melting pot of all things luxury, bespoke and beautiful; its village feel reflected in the plethora of talented craftspeople, designers and expert makers who have chosen to base themselves in this exclusive part of Prime Central London. Whether you are in search of bespoke furniture for your property, or want to commission a piece of contemporary art, or have a period feature replicated, then a stroll around Mayfair will throw up a treasure trove of high end independent retailers, workshops and galleries.
Mayfair New Craftsmen
When a property needs a site-specific piece, or an architectural feature or solution, then head to The New Craftsmen in North Row. Set up in 2014, this innovative creative concept occupies some 2000 square feet of space in a former 19th Century leather breeches workshop. The New Craftsmen showcases British artisans and makers, representing the very best in British craft skills and traditions. Their commissioning service allows anyone to have a bespoke piece made – whether it be sculpture, metal work, pottery, furniture or any other creative medium.
If bespoke with an Italian twist is your bag, visit Tisettanta in Grosvenor Street. The Italian designer furniture manufacturer creates quality contemporary pieces from walk-in wardrobes to ultra-modern kitchens. If you love leather, then Alma Leather Furniture on Vigo Street can offer bespoke handcrafted leather furniture, floors and wall coverings.
Halycon Days has a well-deserved reputation for bringing together exceptional gifts and one-off items. Walk into their shop in Brook Street and you will really feel in the lap of luxury goods – clocks, handmade leather goods, wonderful enamel boxes, and we defy you to leave without picking up something to show-off at home.
Property In Mayfair
Operating independently from our Mayfair base H.Barnes & Co is able to provide a personal level of service far beyond the average buying agent or property consultant. Owner Simon Barnes: “I would say that there are only ten streets you should be looking at in Mayfair; these include Charles Street, Upper Grosvenor Street, Mount Street and Green Street.”