SCP, the London based furniture company founded by Sheridan Coakley, sporadically publishes a paper. The latest one was released in April this year and is worth picking up (or downloading in pdf form here) for the information on the craftspeople that the company works with.
The article briefly covers Coakley & Cox Ltd (pictured on the spread above), SCP's own specialist upholstery factory in Norfolk where 'expertise and knowledge are shared and designs are made collectively'.
Also mentioned are hand-made ceramics from Stoke-on-Trent (where SCP uses two factories to make its designs) and textile weaving in Wales. The latter is 'a traditional mill... that has been in the same family for over a century'. According to the paper, SCP has its own yarn specially spun and dyed in Yorkshire that is sent to Wales for weaving.
Thank you to Lucy at SCP for sending over images of the Stoke-on-Trent pottery and Welsh textile weavers. Readers can see more of these on the M&I Facebook page.