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Winter Yard Sale & Online Auction

Join us for the highly anticipated return of our Yard Sale and Online Auction in support of our Campaign for Change: Food Equality. Featuring elegant homewares, exclusive experiences, studio clear-out bargains, and a range of stalls from local makers.


Winter Yard Sale

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Sunday 26 November, 10am to 5pm

Colefax and Fowler, Angela Flanders, Lucinda Chambers, Allday Goods and Ally Capellino are just some of the stallholders who will fill the Museum’s galleries on Sunday 26 November. Explore all the stallholders below.

Museum of the Home is also hosting its own stall with items from Ambassadors (including ceramicist Kate Malone) and supporters’ own personal collections. 

The event falls in line with the Winter Festival, inviting visitors to explore our famous Rooms Through Time and collections, as well as enjoying festive nibbles and mulled wine at the Yard Sale.

Exclusive Prize Draw

All ticket holders are automatically entered into a prize draw to win a Liberty Mini Malborough Cross Body Tote Bag in Violet, a hard-working icon built to stand the test of time worth over £400.

A hand bag with purple and brown patterned motif

Terms and conditions:

  • Prize draw closes at 8 PM on Saturday 25 November.
  • Winner will be informed via email on the morning of the Sunday 26 November.
  • You may enter without purchasing a ticket by post to Development, Museum of the Home, 136 Kingsland Road, Hoxton, London E2 8EA. 



  • Visitors can book early access tickets (£15) and be the first to browse from 9am
  • General entry (£7.50) and concessions (£5) are now on sale for entry from 10am

See all stallholders

More stallholders to be announced.


Online Auction

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Wednesday 22 November to Sunday 26 November, closing 8pm

From Wednesday 22 November to Sunday 26 November 2023, the Museum will be hosting an online auction. Bidders will have the opportunity for exclusive behind-the-scenes access, unique experiences, and one-to-one tuition with leading creative talent, whilst helping to raise funds for the Museum's vital Campaign for Change.

Auction Prizes

  • A one-week stay at Italian Villa with pool and panoramic views from The Gilded Acorn - perfect for a retreat for a writer or an artist, sleeps up to 6 

  • One night’s stay at luxury hotel The Hoxton in Shoreditch, with complimentary meal for two at their new rooftop restaurant Llama Inn plus a Swag Bag full of Hoxton goodies on arrival. 

  • An exclusive private dinner for 12 at The Crooked House, hosted by the Crooked Men in a one-of-a-kind supper club experience.

  • A bespoke half-day workshop with Ali Hewson in her Norwich studio, to make your own decorated pieces.

  • Colours of Arley – Bespoke one-of-a-kind restored chair, designed by Colours of Arley and Museum of the Home 

  • Exclusive, one-of-a-kind Forged Santoku Knife from Allday Goods, with handle from Museum of the Home recycled plastic 

  • Lunch at the House of Lords in the Private Dining Hall with Lord Reay 
  • East London Single Malt Whisky from renowned London distillers East London Liquor Co.  

  • Two Night stay in Devonshire organic luxury hotel, The Bull Inn 

  • King Sized Duvet set from Luxury brand Fremaux Delorme
  • One Night stay in bespoke Artist Residence Bristol Hotel 

  • One Night Stay with breakfast and dinner included for two, at Hart Shoreditch
  • Bistrotheque, Meal for Two   

  • Luxury Homeware Brand Tate & Darby Blue Jute Checked Rug 

  • Grace and Thorn signature bespoke deluxe “Never Taking it Down” dried festive flower wreath 

  • Cut and blow dry service with VIP hairdresser and salon founder, George Northwood 

  • Luxury shoes from British Designer Grenson 

  • Luxury designer Salvensen Graham Check Mat, in Moss Green. 

  • An exclusive Artwork from Jessie Cutts 

  • Pair of Leila Wall Lights in Aged Brass from Balineum 

  • Bespoke Private Perfume workshop for 6 with Maya Njie 

  • “Refresh your Wardrobe” workshop for 6 people with Barley Massey at Fabrications Hackney. 
  • Stacked Celebration Cake from renowned bakery Violet Cakes 

  • Signature Ottolenghi Flavour Bomb Kit 

  • Beton Brut Audoux Minet Rope Coffee Table  
  • One-of-a-kind private tour of Meg Andrews' antique dress & textile collection 

  • Set of cushions from iconic Blithfield & Company
  • “Only Yesterday” Handcrafted Screen Print on Khadi Paper, by Rob Ryan 

  • Tatty Devine exclusive Vine of Tomatoes Necklace

  • Voucher for luxury Nail Salon Townhouse  

  • Lead Crystal Candlestick from Tabula Vintage, produced by Vannes Le Chatel c.1960s
  • Scribble and Daub boxed set of luxury hand crafted Christmas decorations

  • A bundle of “Appleskin” Accessories from vegan-friendly watch and accessories brand Votch 

  • Alison Lousada Ceramic Vase 
  • Handcrafted Pink and Turquoise Stripe Bike Basket from The Basket Room 

  • Drinks in the courtyard of Sutton House, with exclusive tour
  • Sustainability Book Bundle from The Gilded Acorn 

  • Signed copy of “Settlers” by Museum of the Home Campaign for Change Ambassador Jimi Famurewa 

  • Upton Noble, Upton Noble 12” Lampshade Helford 
  • ArtPlay London exclusive voucher to be used on any of their workshops. 

  • A chance to join Heather, Museum of the Home’s Head Gardener, on her sell out Festive Wreath Making Workshop at the Museum. 

  • True Grace English Lavender Candle

  • Happy Squares construction children’s toy 
  • Set of Four signed Prints by Artist Ross Muir, currently attached to the Maddox Gallery


How to register

Pre-registration is open from Wednesday 15 November.

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"...partnering with Museum of the Home's Campaign for Change: Food Equality and supporting the Hackney Food Bank is a start towards helping more."
- Allday Goods, Stallholder and sustainable knife makers


About the Campaign for Change: Food Equality

Food Equality is the focus of our five-year Campaign for Change, supporting Londoners of all ages to access good food at home and reduce food insecurity.

The fundraiser contributes towards work with front-line charities; using the Museum’s platform and wide reach to challenge perceptions of hunger; and creating opportunities to come together, learn from others and celebrate diverse cuisines.

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