• Gina Everett

Brand We Love - Instrument.London

Whether you are looking at the almost 90% Trustpilot reviews, 5-star reviews on Trust Mamma or listening to the video reviews for Instrument.London, you will see nothing but gleaming reviews for this relatively discrete furniture store.


You know us, we love recommending the little gems we come across... And this one definitely falls into that category.

The Instrument Showroom


The business started from Vidas’ cold, dank garage in Old Kent Road, London. Back then, in 2012, he was buying dining sets at auction and selling them on eBay …we hear he became very successful at it.


Around 2014 he started looking for partners in Europe and when the partnerships were established Instrument really started to take off and they have never looked back.

Instrument Website


Instrument furniture brings you modern furniture which they combine with high-quality service and beautiful design. They also offer a unique assembly service which is highly professional and well raved about.

Bringing you both style and contemporary design, the Instrument furniture ranges are divided into two themes:

Modern minimalism - This focuses on form and lines, complete with clean geometrical designs, mirrors, and sleek surfaces.

Instrument Website


And the Urban and industrial collection - In contrast, it features reclaimed materials, distressed wood, and vintage-inspired pieces. Perfect for basements, warmer interior design, and chic bedrooms with an earthy look.

Instrument Website


We love them both but particularly would love to show you the gorgeous Zara. All are customizable. With bi-folding doors, large drawers, options to add further shelves and rails. They also come with adjustable shelves for any height and can include LED motion-activated lighting.


Assembly is included as a standard as is free delivery (4-8 weeks) and a 5 year warranty - the nitty-gritty I know.. But they can often make the difference with whether we use a company or not.

Instrument - Zara Wardrobe


At the end of 2014, Instrument was working from an office in Lewisham, a warehouse in Dartford and they were concentrating solely on the sorts of premium products that Instrument is known for today.

Later in 2017, they went on to open their second warehouse in Leeds to, as they say, “spread the Instrument love across to the North”.


Since then, they have grown their in-house teams and seem to be going from success to success. You can now even go and view one of each range at their Showroom in Lewisham so don’t just take our word for it :)

The Instrument Showroom


Check them out on their website or on Instagram @instrument.furniture



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