With the temperature dropping day by day, we know it's becoming harder to brace the bitter cold and finish (or even start) Christmas shopping.
This December, the Shoreditch Christmas Triangle brings together a host of local galleries, shops, studios, cafes and restaurants.
The trees are up, the mince pies are in endless supply and all of Santa's elves (AKA SCP staff) are working overtime.
There's not long to go now until the big day but no need to panic.
This December, the Shoreditch Christmas Triangle brings together twenty seven local galleries, shops, studios, cafes and restaurants.
This week we pay tribute to Travis Bickle, the legendary anti-hero of Martin Scorsese's Taxi Driver, who once quipped to the beautiful Cybill Shepherd, "I'm gonna get organizized!" In this very spirit, we have got together a beautiful range of products specifically designed to bring order to that end of year clutter.
The bleak chill of Autumn is well and truly here, which means it's the perfect time to stay indoors and get cosy around the dinner table.
Throughout December, we will be coordinating the Shoreditch Christmas Triangle and would like you to be involved.
Despite the miserable weather on Saturday, our warehouse sale was a great success.
Last week our development team visited a manufacturing facility based in West Yorkshire where we produce the Boundary pendant light by London based designers, Faudet-Harrison.
Last week, Tim Cox, director of our upholstery factory, Coakley & Cox, travelled to Fogo Island, Newfoundland, with resident upholsterer Neil Willmott.
Brooklyn based printmaker, Mark McGinnis had returned to SCP with a follow up to his cheeky Alphabet print series.
If you were on Curtain Road this Saturday, you may have noticed a delicious smell wafting from the forecourt of SCP East.
And now for some non-design related news.
Some of Team SCP took a trip across the water to Paris to set up and man our stand at Maison & Objet this weekend.
To celebrate the London Design Festival, we invite you, our wonderful customers, to the opening of Design Department Store on Saturday 15th September.
This weekend is the last bank holiday of the year (aside from Christmas, which is forever away).
Matthew Hilton's Lucas sofa for SCP has been shortlisted for the ELLE Decoration British Design Awards 2012 hurrah!
This year's six British Design Award winners will be decided by public vote, to be cast via thebritishdesignawards.
SCP will be exhibiting the Autumn Winter 2012 Collection in Paris this September.
The Shoreditch Design Triangle will be taking place again this year as part of the London Design Festival.
Max & Peter Kater left lucrative jobs in the fashion and corporate worlds when they realised there was a market for housecleaning products that weren't full of chemicals.
Fort Standard are a young, Brooklyn-based design outfit; they work by hand in their own dedicated workshop.
Does the thought of working with a sibling bring back feelings of teen angst and intense irritation? Just me then.
On your marks, set, GO! Friday see's Danny Boyle's spectacular Opening Ceremony officially kick off the proceedings with a show described as "Splendidly British and magnificently bonkers.
Some of Team SCP and our designers got dolled up and headed to the British Business Embassy Contributors Reception (try saying that with a mouthful of Prosecco) this week.
Hurrah! A new range from the creative and craft-y studio of Donna Wilson will be launching at Design Department Store this year, but here's a sneaky preview.
As part of this year's Design Department Store, we have some fresh new work from Brooklyn-based print pro Mark McGinnis.
At SCP East, we are delighted to present the Design Department Store during London Design Festival, 14th-23rd September, for the second consecutive year.
Think print magazines are dead? Think again.
During this year's London Design festival we will be presenting a range of lighting from New York's own Roll & Hill at our Westbourne Grove store.
Earlier this year, SCP set a brief for students on the Contemporary Furniture & Related Product Design course at Bucks New Uni.
Well done to the Cricket bench by Kay+Stemmer, produced by SCP for being awarded a Design Guild Mark.
Thorsten Van Elten was approached by Create, an East London creative agency, to work with five designers to create some well-considered souvenirs as an alternative to the usual tourist tat.
The guys at Uniform Wares recently borrowed some pieces from us for a photo shoot they were doing for their new range of watches.
We have just this morning received a delivery of ever-popular Fibreglass Shell Chairs.
Never ones to rest our laurels, we have given the SCP blog a bit of a facelift.