Homer at the mill and Edinburgh

Homer is in the Old Mill Barn next door to The Watermill (right) and in Edinburgh (details below). 

We have now developed a website for Homer - www.athomer.co.uk where you will also find all our vintage furniture.

Bringing together contemporary and vintage finds from around Scotland and beyond, we sell a unique mix of homeware, accessories, toiletries and traditional toys from a broad and diverse range of sources. The easiest way to describe us is, Conran meets the Old Curiosity Shop.

Homer Aberfeldy is open seven days, 10am-5pm (Sunday, 11am-5pm).   For more information contact us on homer@aberfeldywatermill.com or 01887 820802

Homer  Furniture Showroom  now open in Abefeldy

 We have created a big new space to showcase vintage furniture and a much expanded range of lighting, rugs and other larger home accessories. The new shop, just around the corner from Homer and The Watermill, at 8 Bank Street, Aberfeldy PH15 2BB, is open 11am-3pm, Mon-Sat. Outside these times we are pleased to open the showroom on request - please ask at Homer shop behind The Watermill.

Edinburgh Shop Details - In the Georgian splendour of the New Town, Homer occupies one floor of a townhouse, with separate rooms dedicated to areas of homeware - Lounge, Kitchen, Bedroom/study, Bathroom and a Garden Shed. 

Homer is at 8 Howe Street EH3 6TD - car parking is usally available just around the corner in Heriot Row (just down from George Street). We are open Mon-Sat 10am - 5.30pm and 12 -4.30pm Sunday. Our phone number is 0131 225 3168. 

Where To Find Us

We are open seven days a week 10-5pm (11-5pm Sunday). Mill Street, Aberfeldy, PH15 2BG. 01887 822896

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