West End Travel Guide
With a prime location in the bustling Brompton Design District and an interior that looks like a scene from a Dali painting, Mint is a contemporary housewares shop that's a favorite resource for London prop stylists and decorators.
When Henry Gordon Selfridge founded the department store of the same namesake in 1909, he collected objects from around the world for his customers to browse.
Specializing in communications and surveillance products, Spymaster’s Portman Square shop has the high-tech gadgets needed to satisfy the spy in everyone. Although mostly serving major corporations and government departments, the store is a fun place to browse for gadget lovers.