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The Conran Shop Chelsea

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The GIft of Choice

The Conran Shop Chelsea

Michelin House

81 Fulham Road

London

SW3 6RD

 

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Telephone: 020 7589 7401

 

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Opening Hours

Monday: 10.00 - 18.00
Tuesday: 10.00 - 18.00
Wednesday: 10.00 - 19.00
Thursday: 10.00 - 19.00
Friday: 10.00 - 18.00
Saturday: 10.00 - 18.00
Sunday: 12.00 - 18.00

COVID-19 Update

Following the national lockdown, our London Stores have reopened.

Secure your spot and avoid possible queues, or get the best of The Conran Shop from home, by booking a complimentary Consultation.

We very much look forward to seeing you again, and to find out how we are keeping you safe, head over to our dedicated COVID-19 Updates page.

About the Store

The Conran Shop’s flagship home Michelin House was designed by François Espinasse and first opened in 1911 as a British home for Michelin Tyres. Created as possibly the grandest tyre manufacturer’s headquarters in history, the acclaimed Michelin House has become one of London’s most instantly recognisable buildings in the years since. First opening its doors to the world in 1987, The Conran Shop’s Chelsea store had always been a dream project for founder Sir Terence Conran, and now stands as a pure expression of good design, boasting a curated edit of contemporary classics and new and interesting work sourced from across the world.

Situated within the Brompton Cross area of Chelsea, the regeneration of Michelin House by Sir Terence Conran is considered to have heralded a revival of the area. An icon of the building’s original use, its Art Deco façade and characteristic stained-glass windows all pay homage to the iconic figure Monsieur Bibendum, more commonly referred to as the 'Michelin Man.' Acquired by Sir Terence Conran in 1985, Michelin House underwent a fully restorative transformation to become the celebrated manifestation it is today, housing both The Conran Shop and Conran’s critically acclaimed Bibendum restaurant, which takes its name from the famous mascot that adorns the building’s frontage.

Today, The Conran Shop’s flagship stands at the centre of the rejuvenated luxury district and offers a carefully selected collection of furniture, lighting, kitchen and dining products, home accessories and gifts from some of the most iconic designers and most exciting new talent worldwide.

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Local Places of Interest:

  • Bibendum Restaurant
  • V&A Museum
  • The Serpentine Gallery
  • Natural History Museum
  • Royal Albert Hall
  • Buckingham Palace
  • Saatchi Gallery
  • Chelsea Physic Garden
  • Kyoto Garden
Here to Help

To reach one of our Chelsea advisors, please email [email protected], call the number above or use our HERO service where, pending availability, you can virtually tour the Store instantly. Whatever you need, be it a product query or a telephone purchase, we are always here for you.

Alternatively, if you would like to get in touch with our Customer Service team, please use the contact information here.

Accessibility Information

At The Conran Shop, we are committed to offering our customers the best in-store experience, especially those with disabilities or limited mobility. As our Chelsea store is housed in the iconic Grade II-listed Michelin House, access to the basement floors is unfortunately limited. Please call the Store on 020 7589 7401 prior to your visit and our team will be happy to arrange any support or assistance you require.

Meet the Team

  • Victoria Large, General Manager
  • Martin Colquhoun, Assistant General Manager

Local Places of Interest:

  • Bibendum Restaurant
  • V&A Museum
  • The Serpentine Gallery
  • Natural History Museum
  • Royal Albert Hall
  • Buckingham Palace
  • Saatchi Gallery
  • Chelsea Physic Garden
  • Kyoto Garden

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