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A Little Bit About Us
We are a London based furniture and accessories boutique that set up back in 2006 [wow how time flies!]. In the humble beginnings, we started Sweetpea & Willow with a vision in mind, to inspire every house owner to create a home of their dreams, at affordable prices.
LOVED BY THE PRESS
Having been the go-to place for all things French over the years, we are excited to see Sweetpea & Willow have increasingly embraced all things modern too – we particularly love the Handmade in London furniture collection.
Luisa Ferdenzi, News Editor. Homes and Gardens
I have only ever had positive experiences with Sweetpea & Willow. The management team are so passionate about what they do and it trickles down to the whole company. Not only that, but their product offering is of the highest quality. I have nothing but praise for them!
Lucy Gough, Interior Stylist
They make some really timeless and classic lines and are a ‘go to’ retailer for the discerning customer wanting to perfect the art of blending old with new.
Sara Bird, Freelance stylist, journalist and Contributing Editor – Style for Country Homes & Interiors
Sweetpea & Willow sells attractive, well-priced classics with a twist. Products always seem to be of the moment and on trend, but not too extreme so work in a timeless, sophisticated interior scheme. It’s a very appealing brand.
Isobel McKenzie-Price, The Homes Network
Sweetpea & Willow sell classic, elegant, glamorous buys, which are perfect if you're looking for something a little more unusual.
Ginevra Benedetti, Ideal Home
Sweetpea and Willow offer a huge range of beautiful and inspiring homeware. Through the years they have provided stunning pieces for Good Housekeeping photo shoots. With their helpful and friendly team, they are pleasure to work with.
Laura Beckwith, Senior Picture Editor. Good House Keeping
Sweetpea & Willow is very on brand for us. Stylish and have a good selection of French inspired pieces at a good price point. We have used them in our Decorating and Shopping pages.
Kate French, Deputy Editor, Homes & Gardens