Utility Home Store is located at 60 Bold St, Liverpool L1 4EA, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Utility Home Store and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Need to know more about this business, please call us during business hours or visit our website and can get more information – of Utility Home Store by http://www.utilitydesign.co.uk/ .

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Eliot Collins

5 Google Rating

An interesting store, full of Scandinavian style designed furniture and homewares. Plenty of wood an

5/ 5

An interesting store, full of Scandinavian style designed furniture and homewares. Plenty of wood and other natural materials. Prices are quite high but the quality of the products is also very high.

David Hands

5 Google Rating

Samples of the best furniture with great offers. From light fittings and shelves to desks and sofas,

5/ 5

Samples of the best furniture with great offers. From light fittings and shelves to desks and sofas, so much crammed into this cool little shop! Swedese and Knoll amongst the manufacturers on display.

Ben Hewes

4 Google Rating

Utility is a great chain of shops selling interesting and unusual goods for the home. Easy to find s

4/ 5

Utility is a great chain of shops selling interesting and unusual goods for the home. Easy to find something, even when you're not looking for it!

Shaun Martin

4 Google Rating

Some really cool, well designed products. Well worth a visit

4/ 5

Some really cool, well designed products. Well worth a visit

Andy Davies

3 Google Rating

When is a string and 2 pieces of wood not a string and two.pieces of wood? A: When its a 25 quid Uti

3/ 5

When is a string and 2 pieces of wood not a string and two.pieces of wood? A: When its a 25 quid Utility photo hanger of course! Everyday things that just look different but arent Everyday tat simply mythologised, making you feel part of an experiment in human gullability. Oh yes! The Funny greeting cards where the joke is on you for buying it. However they sell these wondrous gel pens that I love. Pricey but hey thats the part of being trendy right? huh huh

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