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The Shop Floor Project is excited to have been granted permission to create a limited edition print collection from the pages of this remarkable book hidden deep in the archive of a French library.

The Shop Floor Project commissioned A.S Kashanipour to produce an exclusive series of candlesticks inspired by 19th Century Staffordshire figures. As seen in The New York Times, The World of Interiors & more...

These large, elegant and simply decorated baskets are handwoven by the women of the Tuareg, one of the last remaining nomadic tribes of Sahara Africa.

Inspired by days at the beach and the finds we bring home...
A collection of limited edition prints taken from Denise Allan's painted studies of wading birds which are local to her studio on the Levens Estuary in Cumbria.
Wrap yourself up in blankets made of cashmere, merino and alpaca - woven in Scotland and beyond...
Virginia Woolf, Vanessa Bell, Duncan Grant, Vita Sackville West were famous members of the Bloomsbury Set and their look can be seen in full splendour at Charleston - home to the Bloomsbury Style. Here we pull together objects that are very Bloomsbury!
There is something magical about candlelight and Swedish maker Malin Appelgren dedicates her life to magnifying it.
Our collection of ceramics has developed over the past ten years, working with a series of extraordinary makers from Japan to Yorkshire! We collaborate with every maker to bring you an exclusive and covetable collection.

In 1719, in the midst of the Age of Enlightenment, when scientific and artistic exploration was sweeping across Europe, a curios man named Louis Renard (publisher, medicine merchant and ‘spy for the British Crown’) was busy creating what is thought to be the first publication of fish in colour. 

From the Made for the Snow Collection by Emily Mackey & The Shop Floor Project
A striking cushion which is hand-woven by the weaver in her weaving studio using rare breed wools including Herdwick. 
A series of inky blank painted silhouettes featuring twisted tropical vines, banana palms with their leaves torn and tattered like moth-eaten fabrics, lofty birds nest ferns and the carnivorous Venus Fly Trap are captured like Daguerreotypes.
The House Cushion Collection is an ongoing collaboration between The Shop Floor Project and Paper-cut artist Amanda White, celebrating some of the most interesting historical houses and their inhabitants. As featured in House & Garden, the Guardian, Homes & Antiques and more...

Working from his studio on the beautiful Japanese island of Okinawa, Mitsuhiro Konishi hand makes each piece of his distinctive hand hammered steel and smooth brass cutlery and utensils. NEW STOCK ARRIVING AUGUST 2017

The architectural drawings of Japanese designer/maker Yukihiro Akama feature sketches of the miniature wooden structures he has become celebrated for.
Jewels, Jewels, Jewels 
Our collection of everyday pottery is all hand made in England...

With the playfulness of an outsider artist and the skill and understanding of a highly crafted ceramicist - her work is surprising and unique, referencing ancient cultures from her Japanese homeland to her passion for North Africa

Kent based artist Michaela Gall is a British painter and ceramicist. Michaela is one of our long time collaborators here at The Shop Floor Project with past projects covering varying subjects from Inuits to historical figures, birds and pop-singers! 
A collection of original paintings by British artist Michaela Gall.
Japanese maker, Yukihiro Akama creates a series of miniature ‘house-sketches’  from native British wood in his studio in Yorkshire. His inspiration comes from buildings and scenery to unrelated shapes - animal forms, dens, daily objects - bins, benches, lamps cars- anything.
A new collection of 15 original works by renowned Japanese artist Miroco Machiko.
Hand crafted in Germany, each mobile is made with skill and precision to create just the right balance between the shapes and light.
A collection of one off, original paintings...
A new collection arriving early summer 2017
Fill their bedrooms & playrooms with objects they'll keep for life!


Paper cut collaging got into Amanda White's blood following a chance encounter with a pile of old Vogues beside a rubbish bin. Amanda's celebrated collages of portraits and historical houses bring together her love of old buildings and literature. Trained as a theatre designer, each paper cut feels like a set design, drawing you into the scene and finding more, as you take in all the detail.

The Shop Floor Project has commissioned ceramicist Andrea Shemilt Kashanipour to produce an exclusive series of candlesticks inspired by 19th Century Staffordshire figures. We have collaborated with American based Kashanipour over the last two years but we were unaware of her family connection to the Staffordshire potteries - her great grandfather, John Shemilt left Stoke on Trent for Canada as a Minister in the late 19th century.
The Shop Floor Project is proud to be the exclusive UK stockist of the work of Swedish artisan Malin Appelgren. We call her collection Swedish Light because each one of her objects amplifies candlelight in the most beautiful way. Each hand hammered wall scone, chandelier, candlestick is made by Malin in her studio in rural Sweden and stamped with her mark.
A British painter and ceramicist, Michaela Gall is one of our long time collaborators at The Shop Floor Project with past projects covering subjects from Inuits to iconic couples. She studied at Chelsea School of Art and L’Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris where she honed her painterly style which can be seen on her one-off ceramics pieces as well as paintings and prints. Her work has been featured in many publication from The World of Interiors to Elle Decoration.
With fifteen rare new works, this will be the first time the work of award-winning Japanese artist mirocomachiko (Miroco Machiko) has been shown in the UK. Born in Osaka and based in Tokyo, mirocomachiko ‘freely explores the living shapes of animals’ in her large scale paintings, drawings and sculptures.
Working from his studio on the beautiful Japanese island of Okinawa, Mitsuhiro Konishi hand makes each piece of his distinctive hand hammered steel and smooth brass cutlery and utensils. The two types of metal are played against each other; the smooth brass handles sit perfectly alongside the sculpted, aged steel.
Co-founder of The Shop Floor Project, Samantha Allan is also an artist and curator. Her work finds its way into various collections from Prints to Textiles and Stationery. She studied Fine Art at London Guildhall University and went on to study for an MA in Museum Studies and she spent time at the Sir John Soane's Museum where a love affair with collections and artefacts was born.
Originally studying Fine Art and Illustration Victoria Walker fell in love with jewellery making and graduated with a first BA (Hons) degree in Jewellery & Silversmithing at Truro College in 2009. During the course, she won the Goldsmiths Company Precious Metal Bursary award for her designs.
We first collaborated with the renowned Japanese ceramic artist, Yu Kobayashi in 2013, when we invited her to visit us to talk about her work. Since then we have launched several online collections, hosted an exhibition, worked with The World of Interiors magazine to feature her home and studio in Makinohara and made a short film of her work.
We have worked with Japanese designer/maker Yukihiro Akama for over five years, commissioning his first series of miniature wooden houses and producing a collection of limited edition sketches of these structures.