What’s not to love about January? All those unhindered promises, wiping slates clean and let’s not forget the lovely sale shopping.
The secret life of the Balzac armchair, one of SCP's most iconic designs, designed by Matthew Hilton in 1991.
In our opinion there are two types of weddings: the ones that follow trends and then there are the ones that set them.
Say hello to summer with 15% off all new upholstery, lighting and furniture orders available in-store and online until 31 July.
SCP are pleased to announce the opening of the new SCP Contracts Showroom on the first floor of SCP company headquarters on Curtain Road, EC2.
The new collection of chiselled tableware has been created by the London-based master maker, Max Lamb.
Fancy winning a handmade wire basket by Swedish design house, Korbo? Of course – you’d be a basket case not to.
Shop smart this bank holiday with 15% off Charles Eames fibreglass shell chairs by Modernica*.
Florals? For spring? Turns out they can be groundbreaking.
An SCP photoshoot is best seen up close.
Inboxes at the ready, we’ve just emailed the lucky winner of our Charles Eames Rocker competition.
Our SCP Editions collection will be on show at our Westbourne Grove Showroom for the next two weeks.
Korbo steel Baskets are now available from SCP.
The Gio Ponti re-issue collection is now available at SCP.
We've taken some inspiration from Notting Hill Carnival, which is on this weekend.
Let’s face it, August has been a bit of a washout but this doesn’t mean that the summer soirées need come to an end.
The Officina collection, designed by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Magis, is now available to order at SCP.
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Set your alarm clocks.
Let’s celebrate all the great dads out there next Sunday and pull out all the stops.
The sun is out and it’s time to head outside at last.
With the summer solstice on the horizon, it’s time to dust off the BBQ, pop up the parasol and slap on the factor 30.
What better way to brighten up your home than to bring some cheerful springtime colours indoors.
As per usual, our hopes of enjoying the great outdoors on a sunny bank holiday weekend, have been dashed.
To celebrate 30 years, we are launching SCP Classics, a new collection of designs re-issued from the SCP archive.
Believe it or not, British Summer Time has officially started (honestly, the weather is due to perk up).
To celebrate the fact that the clocks are going forward on 29th of March and British Summer Time can finally be ushered in, we have got together a collection of the finest clocks and timepieces available at SCP.
Mother’s day is nearly upon us but don't fret.
Love it or hate it, Valentine’s day is just around the corner.
With Valentine’s day just around the corner, here is your chance to spoil your loved ones.
The British-Japanese designer Reiko Kaneko is new to SCP. Her first product for the company, the Adderley Works pendant light, was launched in 2013. Now, for the 2014 Collection, she has been working on some very special terracotta tableware. Our Editor, Duncan Riches, called in to find out more.
We follow SCP founder Sheridan Coakley and designer Reiko Kaneko on a trip to the Ishinomaki Laboratory
This week SCP founder, Sheridan Coakley, visited New York for NYCxDESIGN, which is New York City’s official citywide celebration of design.
For those who need to brighten up their living space, this week we present our top lighting designs available from stock or to order at SCP.
We are proud to present the SCP 2014 Collection for the first time in the UK since it was launched at the Salone del Mobile, Milan.
Useful & Beautiful at the Geffrye Museum is an exhibition that showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond.
SCP presented the new 2014 Collection of designs at the Salone del Mobile, with designs from Jasper Morrison, Terence Woodgate, Donna Wilson, Faudet-Harrison, Fort Standard, Lucy Kurrein, Reiko Kaneko, Andrea Stemmer and Sarah Kay.
For the first time in a few years in Milan, there was a clear definition in approaches to exhibiting product.
Magis, Mattiazzi and GUBI are three very different brands, yet there was a certain something in common in their Salone presentations in Milan.