On my recent trip to London I visited quite a few stationery shops (of course) – these stores were my favorite!
There are a few Paperchase’s in London including tube stations and along the Strand. The best one I found was in Euston Station waiting to board the Eurostar to Paris. The smaller shops didn’t have any planners but this one did! I couldn’t resist and purchased these 2 planners: the Agenzio and the Bossing It planner.
There’s a huge PaperChase on Tottenham Court Road which I unfortunately didn’t have time to visit 🙁
PaperChase at Windsor
PaperChase on the Strand – I didn’t realise the photo was blurred when I took it 🙁
Always a favorite with stationery lovers, Muji did not disappoint! Plenty of pens, notebooks and…
Acrylic storage that would’ve been so good for storing pens, clips and knick knacks… If only I’d had space in my suitcase :/
These are all over London and have a bright red shopfront so are easy to spot. Very similar to Australia’s Officeworks in terms of range – especially pens. However, the shops are quite small.
If you’re staying near the Strand (I stayed in Trafalgar Square / Leicester square – definitely recommend this location) – Rymans is right near PaperChase.
Rymans at Blackheath
I was on the lookout for this shop after a reader emailed and recommended it to me!
If you’re going to Windsor castle, the village of Windsor has plenty of shops including The Works. This discount store had some pens that looked similar to the Staedtler Triplus Fineliner 0.3mm but for much cheaper. I really wanted to get a pack – so cheap! – but couldn’t fit them in my suitcase 🙁
Most things were expensive at Liberties but very nicely presented
Moleskine isn’t very common here in Australia so I was excited to see their planners and notebooks IRL. I found a weekly planner with my favorite layout – days of the week on one side and notes space on the other (review of the planner in this post).
Flying Tiger Copenhagen
This shop is a bit of a miss match of bright and colorful things that reminded me of Daiso. There was a small stationery section where I found some highlighters.
There are a few of these around London (and other countries in Europe).
So we have Kikki K here in Australia but I wanted to take a peek all the same. The store had the exact same products as Australia had from a few months ago.
Other Stationery Shops
I also went to Harrods and as expected, the stationery was super expensive
There were are few other stationery shops I didn’t have time to visit such as London Graphic Centre, the stationery section at Foyles, Choosing Keeping and Present & Correct.
A kind reader also sent me this helpful stationery / underground station map!
Are there any other London stationery shops you <3? Comment below!
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