Welcome to our London Flagship
You can simply visit St Michael’s and be inspired by its glorious interiors, or we encourage booking a complimentary appointment with our team of design consultants who can help you with your project no matter the size. The House of Hackney at St. Michael’s experience merges traditional appointments with interior innovation, allowing customers to mix and match paints and wallpaper on an interface before projecting the scheme onto a wall to visualise the scheme in true scale, as if it were in your own home.
With an experience that blends innovation with artistry and sustainability, House of Hackney St Michael’s is a new chapter for the brand and a new era for the interior experience.
Discover the Story of St Michael's.
How to find us
St Michael's Clergy House, Mark St, London EC2A 4ER
From Old Street Station, exit and follow through to Leonard St, then cross over Paul St where you will see an entrance to Mark Street Gardens. Our House is located inside the garden.
If travelling from Shoreditch High Street Station, turn left onto Bethnal Green Rd, and follow on to Holywell Lane. Cross Great Eastern St and turn onto Luke St where you will find us in Mark Street Gardens.
If you are coming from Liverpool Street Station, turn onto Earl St and right onto Crown Place, then follow Clifton St to St Michael’s.
From Curtain Road, cross Great Eastern St, turn onto Leonard St and then left onto St Mark’s Square. You will find us in the garden.
Discover our programme of events at St Michael's and bring the magic of House of Hackney home this season.
We look forward to welcoming you.
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.