The area between Old Street, Shoreditch High Street and Hoxton is known as the Shoreditch Triangle and is a mecca for cool, contemporary British and international brands. Popular with commercial clients browsing trade showrooms here, there are plenty of options for consumers as well. These include hardware brand Buster + Punch (started out of East’s London bike garage) and British product designer Lee Broom. Milk Concept Boutique has been offering the finest Italian luxury interiors for the past 11 years. A New Tribe is an independent homeware store featuring home decor accessories from around the world. Meanwhile, Mosaic Factory’s showroom is a creative and colorful hub where you can discover new tile trends, design your own tiles, and take home color samples. Elsewhere, The House by MAH is a renowned destination for art, custom furniture, classic design, and vintage collectibles. Additionally, Swiss design company Vitra has its UK flagship showroom in the Tramshed Building. Solid Floor is a bespoke wooden flooring company with showrooms in Shoreditch and Marylebone. SCP is a producer and supplier of high quality contemporary furniture, lighting, textiles and accessories. Possible Mirror is a Spitalfields-based designer and manufacturer that produces a wide range of original mirrors. Lozi designs and manufactures bespoke plywood furniture in the heart of East London. Finally, nearby is the House of Hackney (pictured), a St. Michael’s experience at its London flagship. It blends traditional planning with interior innovation, allowing customers to mix and match paints and wallpapers on the interface before projecting the scheme onto the walls. Visualize your plans at real scale, as if you were in your own home.