Beech & Birch are located in East Lothian and curate an elegant array of homeware from Scandinavia.
Expect plenty of colour and an emphasis on good design at Edinburgh-based Curiouser & Curiouser.
An iconic Edinburgh boutique, Frontiers believe that great style is timeless, ageless and should be for everyone.
Life Story in Edinburgh is a concept store for lovers of Scandinavian and minimalist design.
Based in Edinburgh's New Town, ALC is a fashion boutique specialising in quality denim for women.
The only Scandinavian shop in the Scottish Highlands, shop the best Scandi design at Ingrid's House.
Located on a fruit farm in East Lothian, Nordic Edit is filled with Scandi homewares chosen by owners Kate and Karin.
Located in the heart of Edinburgh, Biscuit presents an edit of inspiring products sourced by owner Amanda Mitchell.
Located in Edinburgh, Paper Parade Stationers is a characterful boutique filled with greetings cards designed by owners Rachael and Cara.
Located in Edinburgh, Eteaket is an innovative tea boutique founded by Erica Moore.
Hoos is located in Glasgow and is run by Karen Harvey who has a keen eye for design and a passion for homewares.
Catalog Ltd is located in Edinburgh and supplies contemporary homewares for the modern interior, sourced by owners Ralf and Dixie.
The Method, located in Edinburgh and founded by Jodi and Dan, showcases a stunning range of lifestyle and beauty products.
Edinburgh boutique Covet is a destination for quality leather bags and accessories from local designers.
Paulin is a British watch company specialising in high quality, design-led quartz watches.
A botanical boutique complete with a selection of homeware goods including planters, vases and pots.
Based in the town of Helensburgh on the Scottish west coast, The Scandinavian Shop is an established destination for Danish design.
At Pencil Me In we are super passionate about bringing you products from awesome British Designers, Illustrators & Makers
Alan and Kelsey were motivated to start Twisted Time when they began to notice that a lot of watches available on the high street where quite mundane and not really design focused