The P&P store is open for business! After seeing incredible growth in the past few years, we are excited to announce P&P’s first-ever store.
Located on King’s Road Chelsea, our new showroom features a selection of our beautiful furniture, decor delights, and lighting. Find a match made in heaven with our made to order sofas, beds and headboards, or learn more about our most-loved styles such as Nancy and Scott. This new chapter is exciting for us, and we can’t wait to welcome you through our doors.
A brief history of Kings Road:
Kings Road, commissioned by King Charles II, previously served as a private road until 1830. Throughout the 1960s, it quickly evolved into THE fashion destination. The first Vivienne Westwood and Mary Quant stores opened on the road in the 1960s, sowing the seeds of a fashion revolution. Kings Road is home to a variety of shops, restaurants, galleries and entertainment. Having recently joined this prestigious residence, we have compiled a list of places to shop, eat, and do.
We would like to introduce some of our neighbours. With 160 shops, Kings Road offers a varied selection of high street staples and emerging boutiques.
Our partners Delcor also share our passion for quality craftsmanship and high-end design, specializing in bespoke, made-to-order pieces with over 10,000 fabrics available. Having over 200 years of combined expertise, we are delighted to launch this partnership with them.
If you’re in the area, why not check out some of the antique stores nearby? There are three neighbouring antique shops Julia Boston Antiques, Guinevere Antiques and Rhodes Fine Art, Antiques and Interior Furnishings that specialise in an eclectic mix of fine antiques from all over the world. Rare finds would pair perfectly with traditional to ultra-modern interior aesthetics.
Over 40 restaurants and cafes line the length of Kings Road, taking the dining spotlight in the borough. Whether you’re here for brunch, dinner with the family or a light snack, you’ll be in foodie heaven.
Peggy Porchen Cakes are an aesthetically pleasing choice for cakes and pastries; the Alfresco Ivy Chelsea Garden and Bluebird Cafe Chelsea are popular dining spots for brunch and dinner; as is Bar JuJu for an evening drink.
Consider visiting Duke of York Square Food Market, a wonderful place for a Saturday afternoon stroll. Situated near Kings Road, there is an average of 40 stalls selling local and artisanal meats, bread, and cakes. You are fairly certain to find something you like!
Whether you love contemporary art or are just curious about it, be sure to visit the Saatchi Gallery. It exhibits an eclectic blend of Charles Saatchi’s private art collection, and it’s a great place to wander for a few hours. There are also numerous independent galleries nearby, such as Gagliardi and the 508 Gallery.
How to find us:
The nearest tube station, Fulham Broadway, is less than a 10-minute walk away, and there is also pay and display parking next door on Britannia Road.
We can’t wait to see you!