UK Edit: Top Interiors Shops To Visit In Cornwall


Last year when we visited Devon and Cornwall for our first ‘staycation’, I was still very much involved in running my online business DaisychainBaby and dragged poor Pete from one children’s shop to another, looking for inspiration. So much has changed in a year though – I took the decision to wrap up my business, realising I could never possibly juggle that with my full-time job, the blog, the house renovation and have time left over for us.

So this time around when we returned to Cornwall, it’s was all about the house and Pete was made to wait patiently outside one shop after another with Maddie because of course I had to visit every interiors shop I could find! And what a treasure trove the county is. So rather than it keeping it all to myself, here are my favourite interiors shops to visit if you’re down in the balmy south-west.

Berrys & Grey, Polzeath

Located in the popular surfing village of Polzeath on the northern Cornish coast, Berrys & Grey oozes style. I first came across them online via some of my favourite lifestyle bloggers vloggers but with two stores both well away from London (the other one is in Norwich), this shop was on my list of places that we just had to go to even though our accommodation was more than an hour’s drive away. Well, what’s a little extra driving once you’ve gone all the way from London to Cornwall?

It was well worth the visit with a beautifully curated collection of homeware inspiration and lifestyle featuring everything from table decor to candles, cards to sofas. The colour palette featured the very on-trend whites and greys and stunning displays of faux flowers, certainly the best I’ve come across so far (some hydrangea sprays may have made their way home with me) I now have a huge wishlist but all is not lost – they have an online store and from their Norwich branch also offer interior design and paint workshops.

Berrys and Grey Polzeath

Berrys and Grey Polzeath

Cream Cornwall, Falmouth

This was the first interiors shop we came across, visiting Falmouth on Sunday after arriving late evening on Saturday in Cornwall. It has a stunning and traditional feel shop frontage with recessed doorway and double frontage with windows at the back overlooking the harbour creating gorgeous light-filled rooms.

The style is very distinctive with two current collections, ‘Maritime’ and ‘Game and Garden’ featuring bold prints in blue or grey on cream backgrounds, allowing you to co-ordinate pieces from lampshades to stationery. It’s very classic with a luxury feel and would appeal to someone who loves outdoor pursuits or countryside chic. It’s easy to see that Cornwall is the inspiration for the ranges and all items are made in the UK.

Cream Cornwall

Willow and Stone, Falmouth

When we returned to Falmouth on our last day, one of the reasons was because I’d walked past Willow and Stone on Sunday and it was closed. Peeping in through the windows I knew we had to come back and it’s just divine. Starting life in 2005 specialising in period ironmongery (and as we’re currently refurbishing our front door, I can obsess over knockers and knobs like no-one else!), they now ship their door furniture all over the world.

Adding to the shop, they also sell stationery from the likes of Rifle Paper Co, gifts for children and the best selection of coffee table books I’ve seen for a while including some interiors faves such as Bright Bazaar. The instagram tag ‘nothing is ordinary’ definitely applies here – Cabin Porn anyone?

Willow and Stone Falmouth

Willow and Stone Falmouth

Willow and Stone Falmouth

Bay Tree Home, Truro

Whilst London basked in record September temperatures, it was about 12 degrees cooler in Cornwall with epic rain and thunderstorms so shopping seemed like a very reasonable pastime. Tucked down a little passageway en route to the cathedral, I stumbled across Bay Tree Home. What presumably would have been a house at some point is now delightfully laid out in quirky format with rooms leading off rooms and stairs up to even more goodies (‘there’s more?’ I thought to myself on seeing the staircase).

If I had the money I probably would have offered to buy Bay Tree Home there and then. The location is perfect because no matter that I spent my first 18 years in the countryside, the next 18 have been spent in the city and it’s where I belong so Truro is as close to London as I’m going to get when in Cornwall. I spied items here I hadn’t seen at the shops on my rounds and had a lovely chat with the lady who was at the till about what’s it like to be a buyer for your own business. Bay Tree Home also have a beauty studio for those facials and pedicures when the shopping becomes too much.

Bay Tree Home Truro

The Clementine, Truro and Fowey

Last year, we visited Fowey and I loved The Clementine with it’s modern mix of lifestyle and interiors. We came across the Truro shop this year and I didn’t make the connection until we returned to Fowey later in the week and I realised it was one and the same. They have a brilliant range of jewellery, bags and t-shirts, watches and sunglasses. I also love the bright and colourful Cornish prints and the perfect deckchair for two. The Clementine is a great destination for gift shopping rather than a specific interiors focus but look out for blankets and cushions and quirky little homewares and has recently been voted the best giftshop in Cornwall!

The Clementine FOwey

The Clementine Fowey

Brocante, Fowey and Mevagissey

Brocante is another one of my Fowey favourites and on visiting Mevagissey for the first time, discovered there is a smaller branch there. Slogan cushions and nautical homewares with a great selection of candles and diffusers (yes, as an owner of two animals, I’m a little addicted to home fragrance) with cosy throws and stylish stationery. Unfortunately they don’t have a website, but that just means you have an excuse to visit Fowey which is such a pretty little town.

Brocante Fowey

So in a week I made pretty good progress I think and as sure as I am we’ll return to Cornwall at some point, I’ll be taking an extra suitcase with me next time. This isn’t a collaborative post, simply that I wanted to share these independent shops with you. I’d love to know what I’ve missed too – do you have a favourite Cornish destination for me to check out on my next visit?

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  1. Fionnuala Zinnecker
    September 22, 2016 / 9:34 am

    Oh Lins you are making me long for a huge shopping spree somewhere far away and lovely. I think it is fab that you are promoting all these shops because you enjoyed them. So much is sponsored these days that it is refreshing to see pure sharing of tips for the joy of sharing.

    • Lins
      September 26, 2016 / 10:46 am

      I know exactly what you mean!! It’s lovely to see small businesses doing well too in a world when it’s just so focused on bigger equals better! Glad to have inspired X

  2. September 23, 2016 / 8:09 pm

    OH. OK — I’m going to have to remind you of this post next year!!! I’m off to Cornwall in May and I’ll definitely want to go on a mission to visit all these amazing shops!!! These are literally the kind of places that I want to move into!!! FAB! Thanks for sharing lovely xx Caro #HomeEtc

    • Lins
      September 26, 2016 / 10:45 am

      LOL Caro, you’ll love it. I can’t promise you’ll come home with any money left though 😉 X

  3. September 24, 2016 / 12:47 pm

    Hi Lins,
    Pleasure to meet you. 🙂

    Informative post indeed. 🙂 I highly appreciate you for introducing about these top interior shops in Cornwall. These all shops are well suggest and I’m sure it is enough to design and craft our home as a stately look. I had no idea before to select a perfect interior shops, but you made me easy to do that.

    I always love to decorate my home with beautiful things that matches with my home’s look and therefore, always prefer to ask from interior designer before establishing anything in my home. I have bookmarked this page for later and thanks for highlighting the interior shops. 🙂

    With regards.
    – Ravi.

    • Lins
      September 26, 2016 / 10:43 am

      Thank you Ravi, and also for your Twitter share, much appreciated!

  4. Molly
    September 26, 2016 / 12:30 am

    I loved visiting Willow and Stone when I was in Falmouth (I’d only known it online before, for ironmongery, and didn’t know it had such a gorgeous shop there!). I’ve not been to the others you show, but they all look fabulous, so must get down to Cornwall again soon – thanks for sharing these finds.

    • Lins
      September 26, 2016 / 10:42 am

      I realised when I was going through the photos that they all looked slightly similar, but each of them had their own unique style and yes definitely worth a visit X

  5. mummyofboygirltwins
    September 26, 2016 / 9:13 pm

    Oh my I adore shops like this!!! Heaven! Love everything and want it all 🙂 Thanks for linking and sharing much appreciated. Jess xx


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