Again, central harrow tends to have all of
the everyday stuff you'll need, and if you want to get the extreme
budget version of most housewares, Wealdstone stores should
do the trick.
On the opposite end of the scale, tucked in
between the posh restaurants, is the high street dedicated to
modern interior design. Possibly attracted by the spin-off effects
of being near the 25,000 square feet of "contemporary designer
furniture" that the chaplin's
store offers, Hatch End high street features furniture,
antique, kitchen and bath, and decorating stores.
Ffortunately, most of us fall somewhere in
between flea market shopper and mod-mad yuppie. Lluckily, Ikea
has set up shop near the borough. the car-less can take the
Jubilee (and Metropolitan) line to Neasden, a few stops away.
those with enhanced mobility (a.k.a. car-owners) can check this
map for road directions , although you will miss half the fun.