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Tom Dixon Shop Coal Drops Yard Kings Cross

Shop Snoop: Tom Dixon Shop. Creating extraordinary objects for everyday use is Tom’s mantra. You can marvel at his collection of luxury lighting, fabulous furniture and fantastic home accessories in this stunning showroom. The Tom Dixon Shop, his headquarters and the Coal Office Restaurant are all located at Coal Drops Yard, Kings Cross, London N1C.

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Shop Interiors

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This store showcases Tom Dixon’s lighting, furniture and accessories. I’ll start with a few of his pendant lights, which are incredibly creative and often futuristic. The ‘Beat’ collection comprises black external surfaces paired with golden interiors. These come in various shapes, which can be grouped to create impact. The beautiful brass ‘Void’ pendants have a smooth and smart form which conceals the light source. ‘Melt’ shades are layered with a translucent pigment to achieve a reflective surface. For something unusual, check out the Gold Mirror Ball Stand Chandelier. Floor lamps, table lamps, wall, surface, bathroom and kitchen lighting are also available. Materials featured for the lighting collection include copper, brass, marble and even felt.

tom dixon shop coal drops yard, lighting display


Furniture includes a series of dining tables, coffee tables, café tables, side tables, console tables and desks. You can configure your table by choosing a base shape such as the ‘Fan’ or ‘Screw’ design. Select a top made from polished brass, marble (green and white) or oak (natural, black and fumed). Then, decide on the size and shape and have the perfect table. The desks are designed for one, two, four or six people to work, which is ideal for startup companies who want to impress their staff and clients!

tom dixon shop coal drops yard, lighting display


The Tom Dixon seating selection is pretty cool. Designs include a wonderful Wingback Armchair and Sofa, the striking Fan Chair, the sexy S Chair and the graceful Bird Chair. The seating collection comprises armchairs, sofas, dining chairs, stools and footrests.

tom dixon shop coal drops yard sofa and coffee tables

Seating and Coffee Tables

Home accessories include cushions, throws, rugs, vases, bowls and terrariums. You can also buy scented candles, candleholders, tea light holders and diffusers. High ball glasses, jugs, ice buckets, teapots and ‘Brew’ coffee-making products make fantastic birthday presents and wedding gifts. Stationery lovers will want the Cube Desk Tidy. Tape dispensers, staplers, and pens are also available to dress your desk for success.

tom dixon shop coal drops yard cushions


Tom Dixon Shop Coal Drops Yard Interiors

tom dixon shop coal drops yard interiors

Shop Interior

Wow is what you’ll think as soon as you walk through the doors of this spacious showroom. Spread throughout a series of connecting red brick industrial arches; you get to browse the Dixon creations up close. There is very little in the way of shop fittings; everything is kept to the absolute minimum. This gives you the sense that you’re in an art gallery instead of an interior shop, which is very apt. It’s a sensational store for any design lover, so visit soon!

Tom Dixon Shop Coal Drops Yard Information

tom dixon shop coal drops yard exterior

Shop Exterior

To find out more, go to the Tom Dixon Website. The shop address is 4-10 Bagley Walk Arches, Coal Drops Yard, Kings Cross, London N1C 4DH. The nearest station is Kings Cross or St Pancras. Opening times are Monday to Saturday from 10 am until 8 pm and Sunday from 11 am until 5 pm. You should also visit the Coal Office Restaurant, 2 Bagley Walk, a food and design playground. Chef Assaf Granit offers a Middle Eastern menu, and Tom Dixon ensures you enjoy your meal in super stylish surroundings.

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Author: Homegirl London. Photographs: Homegirl London. Thanks, Alan, for visiting with me.