The new products presented by SCP include first-time collaborations with emerging UK designer Lucy Kurrein (main image), American illustrator Mark McGinnis, and Stoke-On-Trent-based ceramicist Reiko Kaneko.
Lucy Kurrein has developed a low oak table and a taller steel side table with complimentary organic shapes that can be used separately or together.
London designer Peter Marigold has created a book holder in the shape of a bricklayer's hod made from oak and powder-coated steel.
Longterm SCP collaborator Donna Wilson has designed a new textile collection of throws, blankets and cushions, and knitted wool bean bags decorated with her signature playful patterns.
East London studio Faudet-Harrison's Crosscut coat hooks are made from sheet steel with laser-cut holes into which cylindrical wooden hooks slot and sit flush against the wall.
The Crosscut table and trestles use the same principle as the coat hooks to create a sturdy tripod base.
Devon-based designer Andrea Stemmer has created a bar stool with a tripod base made from steel rod and a crescent-shaped wooden seat with a slight indentation to make it more comfortable.
Hertfordshire designer Alex Hellum's coffee table kinks towards one end to make it fit better next to a sofa or armchair.
East London designer Sarah Kay's stool has an A-shaped profile and a step that can be accessed from either side.
These and other new products will be on display at SCP's stores in Shoreditch and Westbourne Grove as part of the London Design Festival, which continues until 22 September.
Danish furniture brand Hay is also launching a new furniture collection curated by British designer Sebastian Wrong at LDF, while designer Benjamin Hubert has designed a lightweight timber table and London studio Industrial Facility has created a range of stacking containers for desktop items.