Closed for the bank holiday weekend (2 June – 6 June).
We recommend booking an appointment if you would like to discuss an order, however, we also welcome walk-in customers. Click here to book an appointment.
Customers can expect a change of scene, as we’ve transformed our space from a shop into a showroom – featuring furniture and lighting from exceptional brands, statement homeware such as large mirrors and rugs, as well as art pieces from independent makers. Gifts and accessories will only be available to buy online, shipped to your home or for Click & Collect.
Our consultations allow you to spend time with our experienced advisors. Our team has a wealth of knowledge at their fingertips and can suggest suitable brands, designs, and material options to meet your needs. Visit us to view and try display pieces in person and browse our extensive materials library.
Enjoy virtual consultations from the comfort of your home. Our sales advisors are on-hand to give virtual tours, demonstrate comfort features, view fabrics samples, show design details, or simply discuss your order.
Click & Collect
We offer a Click & Collect service from our showroom in Shoreditch. Simply select this option at checkout and we’ll let you know when the order is ready. This usually takes 3-5 working days as most items are stocked at our warehouse in Norfolk.
Collections days: Tues-Sat, 9.30am-6pm
Excluding public holidays. Please note we are closed for the bank holiday weekend (2 June – 6 June).
A Safe Environment
We have taken several measures to ensure a safe environment for our staff and customers. Please click here to find out more.
Our flagship store, SCP Curtain Road, is the beating heart of the company. Housed in a former furniture-manufacturing warehouse, it is one of London’s largest design stores and has had its doors open for business since 1985. Spread across three sizable floors, the store is a feast of design, accommodating both to those looking to furnish the home to those in search of smaller affordable items of classic design.
The ground floor is home to furniture, lighting and rugs, accompanied by an in-store coffee bar. It also has an area completely devoted to contemporary lighting and a good selection of design books and magazines. The basement is given over to smaller design items such as kitchenware, tableware, bathroom accessories, stationery, toys, technology items, luggage and knitwear. The first floor is a showroom for the SCP Contracts department and exhibits a curated selection of furniture, SCP products and exclusive lighting collections.
SCP Curtain Road has become a well-loved part of the local fabric in the East End. It attracts visitors from both near and afar, from passers-by to real design aficionados. The unique blend of SCP brand products, innovative new designs from around the world and a healthy dose of 20th Century design classics make it an evocative place to browse, shop and ponder.
The story of SCP is neatly intertwined with the complete cultural and commercial renaissance witnessed in the East End over the last three decades. From the heady days of the Brit Art scene to the economic revival of Brick Lane and Spitalfields. In the early years, SCP Curtain Road had the feel of a furniture gallery and warehouse space. SCP Curtain Road hosted exhibitions of SCP products by rising stars of the British design scene, as well as European design difficult to get in London. The slightly run down and decadent location only seemed to increase the rarefied appeal of what was on show.
Against this backdrop SCP Curtain Road became a well regarded destination shop for design fans. Over time, whilst modernist design became better loved in Britain and the local area developed beyond all recognition, both the SCP brand and SCP Curtain Road have flourished. The store has changed into a far more homely place, yet it continues to host a number of design events every year and is a very popular destination during the London Design Festival.