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    • Karassy

    • Karassy makes old wooden chairs look like new, without distorting their characteristics and still preserving the character.

      St Nicholas Str, Tabaris
    • L' Heure Bleue

    • This charming shop offers lovely home decoration items to complement any interior space. Everything is on offer including lamps, candles, tableware and giftware. Ask about the affordable necklaces. Events are held in their cosy little tearoom. We recommend the fortune cup readings every Wednesday and music lessons every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. The tearoom can also be rented out for events and gatherings.

      Bechara Nammour Bldg, 109 Sursock Str
    • Nizameddine Textiles and Furniture

    • Nizameddine is best known for its wide selection of formal furniture. They also work in furniture restoration and offer a large variety of textiles in a spectrum of colours and a selection of materials.

      Ground Floor, Gardenia Bldg, Maamari Str
    • Decoleb

    • Utlizing cutting-edge technology to provide 3D imaging and space planning, Decoleb’s interior design and contracting brings design to a new level. For turnkey projects and furniture design and supply this is certainly a contact to keep around.

    • Tapirama

    • This fantastic Bardaro boutique sells gorgeous Persian, European, Kokaz and Chinese carpets, curtains, wall coverings and tapestries.

      Ground Floor, El Houry Bldg, Badaro Str
    • Interiors

    • From her atelier in Gemmayzeh to her own boutique. Alya Tannous strictly focuses on home goods and collaborates with Egypt, Damascus, and Europe to create handmade blown-glass cups, glass-painted plates, elegant vases and candleholders, as well as linens.

      Ground Floor, Hermitage Bldg, Ghandour El Saad Str, Tabaris
    • Bokja

    • Bokja offers a wide array of funky and colorful furniture unlike any other. Using different fabrics and materials found around the world, from Uzbekistsan to Afghanistan, they have two types of furniture to choose from: classic and vintage. Check out their store for a taste of their thoroughly unique style.

      Bldg 332, Mkhallissiye Str, Saifi Village
    • Warde

    • A local leader in the textile industry for generations, Warde offers a wide range of products in drapery and textiles, with their own signature designs.

      Hamra Str
    • Sophie's Choice

    • Whip yourself into a state of fashion frenzy with their great selection of up-and-coming designers, including Matthew Williamson, Sass & Bide, and Jason Wu. Take a break from the dressing rooms and enjoy some goodies their café has to offer.

      Patriarch Hayek Str, Beirut Souks
    • Reem Acra

    • In 2010, Lebanese designer Reem Acra took over a prime location in the Downtown district. The grand space has an airy feel, with the most elegant and striking evening gowns on display in the windows. Spread over two floors, the boutique is a lesson in luxury, offering Acra's full line of evening wear, pret-a-porter, accessories and bridal collection.

      94 Foch Str
    • Sur Misura

    • Designer Abbas Harajli knows few things are more disappointing than the perfect dress in an unflattering colour, which is why this boutique offers womenswear that can be customised to match even your favourite lipstick shade. Handmade, eco-friendly jewellery by Michella Marouni adds the finishing touch.

      Al Areed Str, Sodeco
    • Poise Design

    • Designer Emma Boutros opened her quaint little shop in the midst of Downtown, filled with her trendy collections of shoes and handbags. Want your own personal pair? Then sit with her as she sketches potential ideas to customise for you.

      Makassed Bldg
    • 109 Outlet

    • This boutique stocks first-rate luxury fashion pieces for men and women, including Vicini, Fornina, and Gianfranco Ferre. Ladies will be able to complete their outfits by glancing through their impressive collections of shoes, bags and accessories.

      146A Bldg, Allenby Str, Downtown, Beirut
    • Ahmed Sabra

    • It’s nice to find an honest-to-goodness, bespoke tailor that will cut a suit to satisfy the gentleman who has a penchant for the look of Savile Row, and the pocket book to match. For 41 years, they have been following the classic procedure of up to four fittings to create the perfect, hand-finished suit.

      1st Floor, Zmourod Bldg
    • Nayef Francis

    • Head straight into design paradise at the Nayef Francis showroom and interior design studio. Along with contemporary furniture pieces, you will also find lighting, cups, bowls, mirrors and much more. If you don’t find what you want in the dazzling collection, visit the interior design section to request customised pieces to suit your needs.

      Armenia Str
    • Capri

    • A boutique tucked away on the buzzing street of Hamra offering stylish ladies wear for true fashion lovers. They stock a wide range of casual clothing and evening wear including accessories, shoes and bags. Most of their items are by French and German designers such as Orwell, Lauren Vidal and Vivi.

      Hamra Str
    • Infinitif

    • This boutique offers fashion for ladies including jewellery, hats, bags and shoes. Their wide range of French and German designers include Annette Gortz, Eva Linka and Eva Weekend.

      Hamra Str
    • B.

    • A shining new boutique in Achrafieh catering to all your stylish needs. Browse through ladies wear pieces from Lebanon, London and Paris. The boutique also stocks accessories with bags designed by store owner Ibrahim Elzein and 'Concepts by Dima'. They also have a unique collection of bracelets for men.

      Str 14
    • Genevra

    • Genevra is like a preview of paradise for the devoted fashion lover. The shop stocks stylish Italian brands for women including labels such as Black Diamond, Naughty Dog and More Castello. Collect casual and evening wear pieces, including a range of shoes and bags. Matching accessories are also sold.

      Dora Hwy
    • Tuvanam

    • If eveningwear can be stiff or stuffy, you’d never guess it in Turkish designer Tuvana Demir’s atelier. The collection features formalwear lightened up with an unexpected mix of materials, including wool, silk, tweed and cotton. It also bridges the gap between decades-old fashions and current trends.

      Beirut Souks