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Sigmar

An interior design consultancy and shop set up in 2005, Sigmar is the product of a love for well-made pieces; homewares that do not date either in style or quality.

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An interior design consultancy and shop set up in 2005, Sigmar is the product of a love for well-made pieces; homewares that do not date either in style or quality.

Sigmar focuses on beautiful things. Caring for the quality of both design and execution, Interior Designer Ebba Thott, and Furniture Specialist Nina Hertig always carry a wide range of furniture, lighting and textiles and are outstanding in creating intelligent modernist spaces that are warm and personal.

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The shop’s design is in constant evolution always changing the pieces on display. It will rarely look the same two weeks in a row, but constantly shows function, beauty and craft together, in a unified way.

Everything you find at Sigmar will always have a classic poetic touch, reflecting that it’s been created with soul. Come to the shop and follow your heart. Buy the best you can afford (which will work out better in the long term), or just pay a visit. It’s well worth it!

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Showroom
263 King’s Road
London 
SW3 5EL
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7751 5801
www.sigmarlondon.com

Opening hours:
Monday – Saturday: 10am – 6pm
Sunday: 12pm – 5pm

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