Daring furniture and interiors company Timothy Oulton has opened its first Scottish store, bringing its wildly original, story-filled store experience to the people of Glasgow. Vintage elegance collides with a 1960s air of anti-establishment in a richly eclectic collection, showcased in a sensorial space replete with heritage, innovation, and creativity.
The core idea that drives Timothy Oulton is the realisation that we only have one life, so we should elevate every moment to the utmost. Whether a quiet moment alone, relaxing with loved ones, time spent working on a better world, or the unbridled joy of life’s celebrations, Timothy Oulton’s use of beautiful materials, finishes, forms and craftsmanship techniques connect deeply through the senses and through stories of meaning.
Hailing from Manchester, founder Tim Oulton started out in his dad’s antiques shop, before later taking over the business and repositioning it to focus on furniture design. Many of the brand’s most established icons are inspired by the past, but reinvented with modern energy. Signature pieces on show in the new gallery include: the daring Westminster Jack’dN Brok’n sofa, the effortlessly sophisticated Shabby modular sofa, the iconic Aviator Tomcat chair, the timeless Saddle chair, the floor-standing Rex mirror, and the Odeon chandelier.
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