Welcome to our New York Showroom
Visit House of Hackney at our American home in the historic New York Design Center and discover iconic British design in the heart of New York City.
Simply come by to peruse our cult collections, or we encourage booking a complimentary appointment with one of our divine Design Consultants who will guide you through your decorating journey. Whether you want to create a wonder wall of print or need advice on how to introduce the harmonious hues of nature into your space, we are here for you. Our in-house experts are ready to help you with everything from colour matching and pairing print to creating your dream interior - no space is too small or project too big.
Reworking tradition for a new generation.
How to find us
New York Design Center
200 Lexington Avenue, Suite 909
Enter on Lexington between 32nd and 33rd streets.
The closest subway station is 33rd Street and Park Ave, via the 6 Train.
Our House is your House -
Come on in…
Monday - Friday: 9am-5pm EST
Please note that our showroom will be closed on November 23rd and 24th, and from December 24th until January 1st.
House of Hackney’s London Flagship at St Michael’s opened its gothic doors in March 2022. Located 5 minutes from Old Street Station, and taking inspiration from its former life as a clergy house, the four-storey building is set up as a home with each room featuring an inspired edit of the collections for you to see, touch and feel.
If your existing seats are well-loved, but perhaps a little too well-worn, be it a sumptuous printed velvet or a smooth cotton-linen – can be enough to make you want to snuggle up on them all over again.
When it comes to furniture (which can also be a scene stealer in its own right), your choice will likely be dictated by the number of family members and friends who will regularly be hanging out here: will a cosy two-seater sofa be enough, or will you also need a chaise longue and a few ‘bottomans’ for your visitors to park their, um, bottoms on? If your existing seats are well-loved, but perhaps a little too well-worn, recovering them in a new fabric – be it a sumptuous printed velvet or a smooth cotton-linen – can be enough to make you want to snuggle up on them all over again.