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HQ is in Hackney which is why we got excited when we found out about the House Of Hackney Pop up shop.

Described as ‘Colefax and Fowler on acid’ the House of Hackney label overhauls the concept of traditional home wares and brings them bang up to date with their playful and irreverent prints. With collections named Dalston Rose, Queen Bee and Hackney Empire, it’s the perfect way to show your neighbourhood some love.

Products include wallpaper, bone china, furniture, mirrors and fabrics.

The Pop Up Shop hits Dalston March 31st – April 3rd above Lily Vanilli’s 180, the private members cake club. Which is handy for those of you who want to indulge in some cake and absinthe ice-cream. Just remember to look out for the House of Hackney Hot Shop Girl, we’ve heard she’s a looker!

76 Stoke Newington Road, N16