Timothy Oulton provides consumers with guidance in creating their own interior styles through the creation of a range of different room concepts. These encompass a range of different themed styles which incorporate Timothy Oulton products and collections.
The Gentlemen’s Club rooms are reminiscent of a traditional 19th century English gentlemen’s club – an exclusive enclave where men would gather after a hard day’s work. Encapsulating the heritage and refined opulence of these historic clubs, the rooms feature classic design details with accents of steel finishes for a contemporary touch.
A perfect balance of classic and contemporary, Metro is a sophisticated lounge area designed for the modern-day urbanite. Bauhaus meets 1940s industrial with Metro’s juxtaposition of cool, dark tones, sleek, polished pieces and eclectic decorative objects, while classic finishes and detailing retain an air of vintage polish.
An eclectic mix of styles, finishes, and textures, the Beat Generation room draws its inspiration from the “Beat” culture of 1950s America, where writers and creative-types championed non-conformity. Combining classic shapes with modernist pieces and vintage-inspired decorative objects, this space is a celebration of creativity.
This equestrian-inspired space combines the traditional elegance of English polo and the rustic textures of countryside horse riding stables. Contrasting textures of leathers, linens and steel are met with quirky accessories such as ancient saddles, whips, and trophies, producing a truly unique space.
Inspired by old English sporting activities such as hunting, tennis and croquet, this space exudes the class and refinement that once defined the world of sports. Comprising a selection of slightly distressed leather pieces, Sports Club embodies an authentic vintage aesthetic.
A nostalgic tribute to the romantic era of luxurious sea voyages, the Traveller’s Club is an inspiring space alive with vintage trunks, classic upholstery pieces, and travel memorabilia. The room features an elegant mix of neutral-toned textures, while flags and crest motifs enliven the space with dynamic accents of colour.
Inspired by the bustling arts and cultural hub of central London, the West End room is an avant-garde interpretation of a 19th century sitting Classic pieces of upholstery and case goods are paired with steel finishes and pops of vibrant colours, resulting in an artistic visual space that evokes a unique yet refined sensibility.