Future and Found Interior Decor Homeware Tufnell Park Curate and Display Blog

Much has changed since my last visit to Tufnell Park’s interiors store Future and Found, and this weekend I took some time out for a catch-up to see the beautiful new space. Kicking off 2015 with a full-on renovation and extending the shop floor to hold even more lust-worthy homewares, the new extension holds a dedicated space for everything bedroom and bathroom.

Future and Found Interior Decor Homeware Tufnell Park Curate and Display Blog

The shelving system was designed by owner Andrea Bates and built in plywood – I love her decision to add in the sink, it gives the space a definitive purpose and allows you to visualise how certain things might look in your own home. Wow, how much do I want those shelves. If I’m honest, I found it ridiculously difficult to whittle down all the photos I’d taken for this post because as you well know I’m like a kid in a sweet shop when faced with all my favourite brands in one space, top of the list being HAY (I spotted the Scholten & Baijings grid bed linen) Muuto and newcomers to Future and Found Normann Copenhagen. I think I may just have found my style soulmate in Andrea! But anyway, I digress…

Future and Found Interior Decor Homeware Tufnell Park Curate and Display Blog

The new space also includes a coffee hatch which opens out onto the courtyard and from this Thursday will be perfect for grabbing coffee and cake on the go (or to take round the shop with you like I did).

Future and Found Interiors Homeware Tufnell Park Courtyard Curate and Display Blog

Future and Found Interiors Tufnell Park Coffee Hatch Curate and Display Blog

Future and Found Interiors Tufnell Park Coffee Hatch Curate and Display Blog

Grace gave me a demo of the gleaming new machine and I can vouch that the coffee is really good.

Future and Found Interiors Tufnell Park Coffee Hatch Curate and Display Blog

As shopping experiences go, Future and Found is pretty unique, offering interior design alongside its curated homeware collection with a new workspace upstairs in Andrea’s former living space. Making the most of the space and light inside this former factory building, this room echoes the minimal style of the shop floor. I love the new consultation area with inspiration boards showing some of their recent home projects – and do you recognise the white pegboards

Future and Found Interior Design Workspace Tufnell Park Curate and Display Blog Future and Found Interior Decor Tufnell Park Workspace Curate and Display Blog

The team have been brilliantly clever in making every inch of floor space work that little bit harder and by losing the smaller office downstairs to make room for the extension and coffee hatch, moving Andrea’s living space up a level to allow for the new workspace, Future and Found has grown intelligently and matured into the brand staple it so rightly deserves to be.

So if this doesn’t whet your whistle enough to get you down to Tufnell Park (left out of the tube station and across the road just for reference) then maybe a few of my shop favourites will…

Future and Found HAY J110 Chair Tufnell Park Curate and Display Blog

How about this J110 chair by HAY in natural beech?

Future and Found Interior Decor Homeware Jars Ceramics Tufnell Park Curate and Display Blog

I’m down for subtle colours of spring in grey-blue and off white ceramic tableware by French brand Jars…

And love the organic patterns in these monochrome bowls created by local ceramicist Hannah Bould. She’s most definitely one to watch.

Future and Found Interior Decor Homeware Hannah Bould Ceramics Tufnell Park Curate and Display Blog

Keep your eyes peeled next week for a little Future and Found collaboration and in the meantime, get yourself down to the hatch for coffee from Thursday…

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