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Care Guide

Timothy Oulton furniture is built to be enjoyed and become part of your everyday life. With a little care and attention, your pieces can look just as good in years to come. Some of our materials such as reclaimed timbers and our hand-finished leathers will develop their own patina with age, enriching their character with time and use.


Timothy Oulton leathers are typically aniline, ensuring that the natural richness and feel of the leather's original surface is maintained and celebrated as much as possible.


Naturally durable, cowhide preserves the original look of the leather, retaining the drawing path characteristic of each hair. No two cowhides are ever the same.


Premium New Zealand sheepskin available in short-haired Baa Baa or long-haired Yeti. One of nature's most luxurious materials, and a natural insulator against the cold and heat.


From the sumptuous glamour of velvet to the relaxed feel of cool, fresh linen. Timothy Oulton textiles offer a luxurious and tactile experience.

Noble Souls Linen

A selection of pure linens, coloured using 100% natural vegetable dyes and available exclusively on our Noble Souls Collection.

Mattresses & Toppers

Available exclusively in the UK, our mattresses and toppers are made using the world's best materials, including New Zealand wool and Mongolian horsehair.


Much of our wood is salvaged from former barns, distilleries, and other century-old structures in the UK, rife with character and evidence of its former life.

Marble & Stone

Loved by the Romans for its natural beauty and durability, marble's translucency gives a unique visual depth beyond its surface, accentuating the veins and patterns.


From the raw, industrial look of Spitfire to the faded grandeur of brass, our high quality metal finishes are all achieved using tried and tested methods by our master craftsmen.

Acrylic & Glass

Glass furniture requires low maintenance, acrylic gives a similar feel of light and space but requires some extra attention to avoid scratches and marks.


Taking inspiration from Georgian England to Art Deco to mid-century design, classic forms are reinvented to capture the magic and romance of light.