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Eenymeeny children’s shop

Eenymeeny in London

eenymeeny interior

eenymeeny shop in London

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Eenymeeny Shop interior

Eeenymeeny has long been a favourite place to find inspiration and unique gifts for my kids. The owner, Clare Jay, is an inspiring mother of three with a passion for design and a knack for tracking down the coolest toys and exciting new brands in the children’s market. I can always trust that I’ll find the perfect gift in her shop – something so unique I most likely won’t have seen it before.

After closing down her shop in Tufnell Park early last year, she has re-opened in a new nearby location – on the bustling Fortess Road (right next to Ruby Violet!). The shop is stocked full of ‘goods for good kids aged 0-10yrs’. All the products are chosen for their quality, usefulness, uniqueness or sometimes just because they are super COOL.

Fortess Road has, in the past few years, been revitalised with loads of new independent shops and restaurants, making it a great destination on its own. Add eenymeeny to the mix, and you’ve got another reason to head up to this North London neighbourhood.


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