Kingston upon Thames
Visit your local west elm store to shop in person, or make an appointment with one of our in-store Design Specialists. We'll help you choose colours, floor plans, furniture + fabric swatches. We can also help with:
- In-home consultations. Call the store for details and qualifications.
- In-home delivery + assembly services.
The Bentall Centre
Kingston upon Thames
KT1 1TP, UK
Phone: 020 8629 8240
|Monday||9:30am - 6:00pm|
|Tuesday||9:30am - 6:00pm|
|Wednesday||9:30am - 6:00pm|
|Thursday||9:30am - 9:00pm|
|Friday||9:30am - 6:00pm|
|Saturday||9:00am - 7:00pm|
|Sunday||11:00am - 5:00pm|
Store EventsContact your store to RSVP
|2 May||Fleur Masterclass with Tricia Noelle|
Tricia Noëlle, Interior Stylist & Designer is delighted to host her Fleur Masterclass - Floral designs for your home.In this workshop, she’ll help you to create a unique eye-catching arrangement of beautiful blooms; adding a revitalising splash of Spring to your home.Something wild, something colourful, something fun!With the use of flowers and foliage, you’ll be shown how to style your dining table and get the opportunity to take photos of your creations before having your beautiful bouquet packaged to take home with you.
|5-7 May|| ART SNUG POP UP SHOP|
Get the walls in your home talking with affordable artwork from ArtSnug monthly pop-up shop at West Elm.With them this weekend ArtSnug will have more than 300 individual limited edition and original artworks by 40 emerging and established illustrators, photographers, collagists, print makers, graphic designers and more. Elina Gough, the Chief Artsnuggler at ArtSnug, will be there to help you navigate through the collection as well as help you with any advice you may need - be it on how to build a gallery wall or how to best frame your chosen artwork.Visit www.artsnug.com to find out more.
|11-13 May||Vintage Matters Pop Up|
Vintage Matters is an online store that curates a series of collections, with an eclectic mix of vintage and new homeware, furniture and accessories, creating a unique personality for your home or business.We also specialise in the commercial sector, sourcing and supplying designers, offices, retailers, restaurants, cafes, bars, hotels and tv/film sets.To view our current collection visit www.vintagematters.co.uk
|11-13 May||Coraux Mei Pop Up Shop|
May San designer/maker of Coraux Mei is based and works from her home-studio in east London. 'I focus on making useful accessories using used textiles namely from hill-tribes of Vietnam which I travel and go out to collect and handpick individually. The textiles I collect are mainly worn aprons that are colourful, hold intricate detail and have symbolic cloth story within them that can educate an audience about the tribe they originally belonged to and were made by. I combine parts of the refurbished textile with leather to form a practical accessory such as a purse, clutch bags, handbags, tablet/laptop holders, yoga mat straps etc. The accessories have various uses and it is often up to the user as to how they are used. I try to use disused pieces of leather off-cuts where I can. Each piece is unique - not one will be the same. The Coraux Mei idea is about change, impermanence, reducing waste and to educate an audience about a tribes’ presence and traditions.'Visit www.corauxmei.com to find out more.
|12-13 May||Madeleine Jude Handweaver Pop Up Shop|
As a textile designer and handweaver I am best known for my beautifully soft lambswool throws, cushions and home textiles which are woven using complex block weave drafting techniques.My designs are strongly influenced by Scandinavian weaving traditions, and my colour aesthetic has much in common with the beautiful and naturalistic colour palette of early 20th century Swedish women rug weavers such as Marta Maas-Fjetterstrom and Ingegerd Silow .Each of my collections is a celebration of my love of colour and pattern and an opportunity to explore new weave structures and design elements. Every piece is meticulously handwoven, hand fringed or blanket stitched and hand finished by me in my Surrey / London studio, and as a result every piece is unique.To find out more visit www.madeleinejude.co.uk
|18-20 May||Little Ragsmith Pop Up Shop|
Little Ragsmith is a product of a desire to work for myself, to design beautiful things and the search for the work/life balance.I aim to design and produce aspirational & hip fabric & paper goods for babies and children. My personalised prints and cushions are beautifully designed and made with care in my Teddington studio.I believe beautiful design needs the best materials. The original designs are hand-painted, I use acid free paper, fade resistant inks and lovely archival mounts for prints, and beautiful cottons and linens for our fabric based prod- ucts.
|18-20 May||Outshine Art Pop Up Shop|
Suzanne Wilson funder of Outshine Art offers beautifully simple and unique cut-out mount pictures. Timeless artwork that can be subtly personalised.' I love the whole picture design process, from sketching the first draft through to designing the vibrant patterns for the backing paper to set the picture off.I design and create the intricate cut-out artwork using thick white mountboard which is traditionally the border for pictures. The images are cut out with a bevelled edge which creates a stunning neat outline for the patterned paper beneath. I'm inspired by home decor trends, catwalk fashion and also whilst meeting customers face to face at markets and fairs'
|25-27 May||BeeInspired Pop Up Shop|
BeeInspired Creams is delighted to welcome you to our world - a world bursting with natural goodness.Inspired by ingenious and industrious bees, we have created a range of hand-made skincare products which will leave you simply begging for more.We are passionate bee keepers with more than 20 years’ experience of working with these beautiful critters. BeeInspired’s ethos is refreshingly transparent: our products are natural, simple, effective and free from hype. We work closely with our happy bees to harvest only the very best wax, which in turn allows us to make startlingly simple but effective creams. You’ll find our products honestly priced too, as there is no middle agent.Additionally, we believe we have an added advantage, in that we look after the bees ourselves at our hives near Hampton Court Palace in Surrey. We also lovingly and painstakingly make the products at home in Thames Ditton so we can truly say we are involved in the process from the very start through to the finished product. Indeed, from bee, to our home, to yours – that’s all there is to it.Feel free to sample and soak up the products we have in store today. We carry more than you will see in our pop up store, so head over to www.beeinspiredcreams.buzz to browse the range. In addition, I am happy to offer advice about which of my products (many of which are award winning) may be especially helpful for tricky or sensitive skin.“It’s like wearing silk on my face,” says Fiona from Wimbledon who has eczema and finds our cream suits her particularly well. You can’t say better
|26 May||Children's Art Textile Applique Workshop|
Come and join local teacher Tiziana and her Childrens workshop to create your own little owl bag using the appliquè technique using only thread and needle. All materials will be supplied to the children. Workshop is suitable for children aged 7 to 12.
|31 May||Thumb's Up Thursday : Children's Cupcake Decorating Workshop|
Come and join Tiziana and her fun filled childrens workshop to create four spring themed cupcakes!All materials will be supplied.Workshop suitable for children 6-1
|31 May||Thumbs Up Thursday: Pom Pom Pencil Workskop|
Have you ever thought that you can decorate a pencil? Now you can! Add a pom pom and some wool and you will get a unique writing tool! Drop in class,it will take approx. 1hour to finish a pencil. Suitable for children from 6 years old, the parents can join in too!
|31 May||Beginners Modern Calligraphy Workshop|
Learn the basics of modern calligraphy and how to write beautifully in this fun course. This workshop is perfect for anyone with a passion for stationery or snail mail, or any bride/groom to be! A great way to inject serious style into your correspondence! Learn the basic strokes before progressing to creating and mastering letterforms and words, then start to establish your own style. With demonstrations and plenty of one-to-one tuition you'll be well on your modern calligraphy journey by the time you leave.You'll be given your own modern calligraphy kit that you can take away and use to practise everything you've learned. Price includes equipment and take home kit, and light refreshments.No previous calligraphy experience necessary.Please wear suitable clothing. It's not a particularly messy class, although we work with black ink that may not come out of clothes, so please don't wear anything you would mind getting inky!
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