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Lifestyle: Aria: Say Goodbye To Bare Walls And Empty Spaces

By Tatiana Kombo — January 10, 2013

Step into the British designer store Aria and you may never want to leave.

Witness a world full of cutting-edge design and Home Decor in London’s Islington neighborhood. From handsome arm chairs and tables to modern bathroom accessories every inch of this boutique screams chic.

For two decades, Aria has been offering an eclectic range of carefully curated contemporary home furnishings and lifestyle accessories to its customers. In many ways, Aria flourishes at the intersections of fashion and art, and has therefore established special relationships with local independent designers.

Amongst the manufacturers whose furnishings are curated by Aria, one can find a selection of high-end European companies such as Fritze Hanzen, Kartell, Artemide, in addition to other brands such as Foscarini, Alessi and Flos. Adding to its vast selection of high-quality home decor, Aria stocks one-of-a-kind hand-selected vintage pieces sourced from around the globe.

Whether one is looking for stylish ways to organize and update their work space, apartment or shopping for truly unique interior design pieces, Aria has something for everyone, no matter one’s mood or personal taste in decor. Here too, one is certain to find incomparably distinctive gifts. Moreover, Aria’s ever-changing collections makes every trip to the store a matchless experience. As an extra bonus, Aria has an in-house café where shoppers can ponder and relax in the store’s incredible setting.

Everything about Aria, including the architecture of the building itself, is somewhat charming and exciting. The store is spread out over the atmospheric Barnsbury Hall’s two floors, and gives life to the gorgeous local hall which was built in the 1850s. The building’s original features work beautifully with the contemporary vibe of furniture and homeware which Aria provides. The spacious open hall is the perfect backdrop for the incredible inventory: from colorful desk lamps, to oddly shaped chairs, and a myriad other home decor gadgets.

Recently, Aria has developed its online store, a convenient way to go through an array of objects and shop by brand or category. With improved usability, the website offers in-depth information about the available products and designers. For an even more complete shopping experience, one also has access to insight and inspirations on the latests interior decor and design trends through Aria’s online journal. What more can one ask for? Aria really does have it all.

About Author

Tatiana is a Paris-based and Boston-educated freelance writer and avid fashion photographer who is passionate about public relations and global communications. Her interests include social activism and the intersections of fashion and feminism. You can follow her here: twitter.com/tatianakombo

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