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During the Yuletide season Ecliss transforms itself into a winter wonderland where you can purchase anything and everything you need for a fairytale Christmas. You can find artificial trees of every size and description, tree ornaments, tree lights, wreaths, table decorations, novelty and classic candles and candle holders, cushions, tableware, glassware, lamps, trays, cuddly toys and Christmas presents. Even if you don't celebrate this holiday season Ecliss is truly  worth a visit.Ecliss is spread out over two levels and covers 1,500 square metres. This enormous space has been cleverly divided into different sections each of which proposes different Christmas themes and colours. There is the more traditional gold and red look or a natural, white and pale green one or a glitzy red and white look or a more Ralph Lauren country theme. Whatever tickles your fancy, you will find it here.Upstairs there is a large selection of indoor and outdoor lights, wreathes, electrical Christmas ornaments including flying Santa sleighs! For the rest of year, Ecliss sells beautiful, modern indoor and outdoor furniture as well as lighting and home accessories by brands such as Ligne Roset, Paola Lent, Gervasoni, Knoll, Alias, Kristalia, Davide Groppi and Fiam. Opening times: Tuesday to Saturday 10.00 - 20.00 and Mondays 15.00 - 20.00. Ecliss is also open on Sundays during the Christmas holiday season.
Ripa di Porta Ticinese, 73 20143 Milan
02 5810 6280
Moroni Gomma is a great place to go if you are looking for a fun, quirky gift for him or for her or something practical yet attractive for the home or office.Moroni Gomma stocks a wide range of home, bathroom, office, kitchen and kids products by names such as Black + Blum, Case Scenario, DOIY, Dutch Design Chair, fatboy, Fred, Gizmon, Idea Internationa, J-Me, Joseph Joseph, Monkey Business, Muuto, Seletti, See Concept, W2 Products and Xala.The great thing about Moroni Gomma is that it changes it stock regularly and always reflects the current season. We love their Pantene china, outdoor furniture, Joseph Joseph kitchen equipment and Reisenthel storage bags and trolleys. If you don't want to go into the town centre, why not shop on Moroni Gomma's online store. Moroni Gomma is open Mondays from 15:00 until 19:00, Tuesdays to Saturdays from  10:00 until 19:00 and Sundays 10:30 until 19:00 (from September until June).  
Corso Matteotti, 14 20121 Milan
Just behind the Arena, a short walk from Via della Moscova, is L'utile e il dilettevole - Solamente Giovedi. This little treasure trove of antique and vintage furntiure and decorative objects is tucked away at the far end of the courtyard of n. 6 Via Maggi. This shop is a little gem and in true Milanese style is strictly for those who are in the know. The owner, Enrica Stabile, has artfully put together furniture and objects  for both the home and the garden from different periods, all of which have a definite English and French flavour. Many of the lamps, chandeliers, prints, textiles, cushions, tableware, tables, chairs, armchairs, plant pots and cupboards on sale can also be bought on-line at www.solamentegiovedi.com.L'utile e il dilettevole is only open on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11am to 7pm or by prior appointment.   
Via Carlo Maria Maggi, 6 20154 Milan
02 34536086
On Sunday 28 September the "Mercatone dell'Antiquariato" - the Milanese Antiques fair is back. Held on the last Sunday of every month along the banks of Naviglio Grande's canal, the Mercatone dell'Antiquariato is one of Milan's biggest and probably most famous markets. Here you can find stalls ladened with antiques and vintage pieces such as: furniture, clocks, silver, porcelain, prints, books, comics, fur coats and much more.During the day all of the shops, galleries, bars and restaurants in the area are also open giving the neighbourhood a pleasant and bustling vibe. Take the opportunity to visit the historic "Vicolo dei Lavandai" (Washerwoman's Lane) and the attractive courtyards.Please note that for the next few months part of the market will be held near Via Vigevano due to the regeneration of the Naviglio area. For more information please visit  www.mercatonedellantiquariato.mi.it
Alzaia Naviglio Grande
02 89409971
What could be more perfect for your garden, terrace or poolside than Mario Luca Giusti's elegant, colourful and very practical acrylic wine glasses, tumblers,  jugs, bowls, plates, caraffes, candle sticks, trays, cake stands etc. Even better, you can finally find the whole collection under one roof in Mario Luca Giusti's new monobrand store in Corso Garibaldi. Throw out your old plastic IKEA cups and treat yourself to Giusti's jewel-like coloured arylic flutes and tumblers which are reminiscent of traditional crystal ones. No longer will you need to worry about glasses falling over in the wind as they are heavy like glass and extremely robust. While you are at it, why not buy the tray and jug to match?
Corso Garibaldi, 12 20121 Milan
02 72080270
This unusal shop on the corner of via Muratori and via Botta sells a spectacular and colourful array of flowers, plants, grasses and orchids hidden amoung an array of vintage objects. Here you can find anything from old paintings, tin tubs, cache pots, watering cans, ornaments, a host of glass cake stands, flower pots, fans, lamps, tables, chairs, jugs to teddy bears. This quirky shop is definitely worth a visit and everything is on sale!
Via Muratori, 3 20135 Milan
02 5464976
If you are looking for upholstery, furnishings or curtain fabrics for your new home then look no further than Fede Cheti.Fede Cheti was originally founded in 1933 and has an extensive collection of samples, both modern and traditional, in silk, organza, velvet, hi- tech fabrics, leather, cotton, wool, linen etc. from names such as: Andrew Martin, Avigdor, Barth, Bises Novità Boussac, Braquenieé, Brunschwig & Fils, Colefax & Fowlers, Colony, Cortis, Création Baumann, Decortex, Dedar, Deschemaker, Designers Guild, Dominique Kieffer, Domino, Donghia, Edmond Petit, Fabergé, Dadini e Borghi, Fischbacher, Gaston y Daniela, Georges Le Manach, Home Collection, J. Pansou, Jab, Jane Churchill, Jero, Jim Thompson, Jover, Kenzo, Kligi, Lauer, Lelievre, Lisio, Luciano Marcato, Manuel Canovas, Marvic, Métaphores, Nina Campbell, Nobilis, Nya Nordiska, Osborne & Little, Paule Marrot, Pierre Frey, Progetto Uno, Rubelli, Sahco Hesslein, Saum Viehahn, Stroheim & Romann, Timney & Fowler, Ulf Moritz, Vera Seta, Verel De Belval, Voghi, Zendado, Zimmer & Rohde, Zuber.The winning factor behind this well known store cum apartment, on the second floor of one of Via Manzoni's elegant historic buildings, is Federica Cheti's niece - Teresa Clerici. Teresa has excellent taste and never fails to fulfill even the most discerning clients needs, providing them with ingenious combinations of fabrics and colours for any type of project. Teresa's design background enables her to provide an added value service for even the most complicated projects.Although Teresa does not offer an upholstery or curtain making service herself, Teresa works with highly qualified professionals that she can recommend.  We suggest, however, that you call in advance to make an appointment. 
Via Manzoni, 23 20121 Milan
02 86464005
If, like us, you are passionate about interior design and home accessories, Centrotavola will become your seventh heaven.  Centrotavola offers a wide selection of accessories for both the table, bathroom and bedroom as well as a wedding list service.The first thing that strikes you when entering this store, cum apartment, which is located on the second floor of number 9 (just between Peck's shop windows), are the artful displays expertly divided by colour scheme and always reflecting the current season (spring, summer, autumn or winter). Each area of the store is set out like a show home thereby allowing customers to envisage how each item would look in their own homes as well as understand how items can be mixed and matched, literally making it impossible for you to leave empty handed! Centrotavola's selection of bed linens, decorative cushions, bed covers, towels, robes, mats, bathroom accessories, trays, glasses, cutlery, hand embroidered table linen and dinner and tea services are modern, lively and fun while also being pratical and easy to care for. In fact Centrotavola has created a range of Easy Care linen tablecloths which do not stain as easily as other linens.  Each object can also be personalised to reflect your taste and style and table linens can be made to measure or customised. Margherita and Davide, the owners and masterminds behind Centrotavola, are always on hand to provide both stylistic and practical advice. Note, however, that the store is only open from Wednesday to Saturday. If you don't have time to visit the store, please note that Centrotavola has also started to sell a limited number of its products on line at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Centrotavola-Milano/409734812475267?id=409734812475267&sk=app_144228972310103 .
Via Spadari, 9 20123 Milan
02 866641
We love Tiger, and we're not just talking about the furry four-legged kind. Tiger is the Danish retail concept store that has taken Europe by storm. Tiger sells a large selection of inexpensive yet good quality items for the home, garden, office, bicycle and personal care as well as toys, party decorations and DIY goods. Prices range from €1 to €20, and the items on sale change regularly so that you are repeatedly tempted to go back and see what's new.The store is open seven days a week 10.00am to 8.00pm. Tiger also has stores in Via Nerino 12 and Corso XXII Marzo 28. For more details regarding items in stock take a look at Tiger's website - www.tiger-stores.it.
Via Meravigli, 1 20123 Milan
02 89096708
The name of the store - Raw - perfectly fits its' style and the treasures that it sells. Raw stocks an array of curiousities and objects that can't easily be found in traditional Milanese stores. The furniture and objects, many of which are orginals from the 1900s, have been sourced in France, Belgium, Great Britain and the US. Some the most sought after pieces are the vintage letters of the alphabet in different sizes and materials that come from French shop signs;  decoupage pieces by the New York designer John Derian, Diptyque candles and diffusers, as well as ceramics from Berlin's Kuhn Keramic.The shop in Via Palermo is a new addition to this expanding brand which also has its flagship store in Corso Magenta.Raw works closely together with an architectural and interior design studio to realise interior design projects should you so wish.When wandering around Brera or Corso Magenta, Raw is definitely worth a browse, especially if you are looking for something a little different. 
Via Palermo 1 20121 Milan
02 84947990


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