Arts, crafts and antiques all under one roof
This week I paid a visit to the Nichols building in Sheffield. It is a large former grocery wholesalers near the Shalesmoor roundabout, dating from around 1854, which has been converted into a boutique shopping emporium.
There are over 30 units inside, mainly based on the first floor open plan area. It is a lovely place to browse and there are all sorts of bespoke goodies for sale, including antiques, art, jewellery, clothes, books, pottery, interiors, glassware and furniture.
After you’ve had a look round, there is no excuse not to stop off for a cup of tea and a piece of cake at the cafe.
They also hold regular knitting afternoons, small exhibitions (currently there is a set of vintage little black dresses on display, one from each decade starting from the 1940s) and a Christmas fair is in the pipeline for December.
I took a few photos on my phone which you can see below.