Shop the World Editors' picks Porvoo Just half an hour away from Helsinki is historic Porvoo with its idyllic riverside Old Town lined with antique, design and interior decoration shops. Design Deli (Jokikatu 4) sells Finnish design such as Fokus Fabrik's imaginative organic fabrics. Paris At Bohemia (5, rue du Pas de la Mule, www.bohemia.fr) you'll find colourful Bohemian crystal goblets and a selection of delightful items including painted boxes, Rococo chairs, and tapestries. It's conveniently located in the stylish Le Marais neighbourhood, which boasts many lovely antique and interior design shops. London The V&A (Victoria & Albert Museum, www.vam. ac.uk) gallery shop's stock ranges from beaded hangers to silver picture frames, all of which fit into your luggage quite nicely. For larger items, such as furniture, head to Habitat (www.habitat.co.uk), which sells furniture, linens, lamps and dishes at affordable prices. For more upscale furniture and accessories, head to the Conran Shop (www.conran.com) started by Terrence Conran, who celebrates his 50th anniversary in design this year. Mumbai Chimanlals' (www.chimanlals.com) colourful paper © Disney products from cards and boxes to sheets of giftwrap so pretty that you'll want to frame them are all made from recycled paper. Throughout India, Fab India (www.fabindia.com) shops stock fabrics, pillows, bedspreads, rugs and lamps, as well as clothing, all in delicious Indian style. Tuomas Harjumaaskola Fab India. Osaka Muji (www.muji.net) is the minimalist, no-name brand of household goods and accessories ranging from clear plastic CD holders to bookcases, throws and other items such as practical cotton attire and travel accessories. There are Muji stores throughout Japan. Toronto The Umbra (www.umbra.com) flagship store is the place to go for affordable design in everyday items ranging from trash cans to bathroom accessories. The flagship store is close to Queen Street West, which is loaded with stores selling new, previously loved, and vintage interior design. Check out Design Lines Magazine for shop listings and news: www.designlinesmagazine.com www.akuankka.fi
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