New Delhi, Aug 23 (IANS) British furniture and interiors company Timothy Oulton has opened the doors to its first gallery in India, in partnership with Tarun Vadehra Interiors here.
The gallery showcases the brand’s signature relaxed yet sophisticated aesthetic in a space packed with drama, intrigue and quirky vintage curios, in a leafy lane off the Defence Colony flyover here.
According to Oulton, New Delhi has an “incredible blend of rich heritage with modern vibrancy” and it’s that contrast of tradition with innovation that is also reflected in the brand’s designs.
“New Delhi has been evolving over recent years, people today live a much more global lifestyle and want to come home to somewhere that inspires them, where they can relax and connect with family and friends. It’s those ideas that are really at the heart of our collections,” Oulton said in a statement.
Amit Vadehra of Tarun Vadehra Interiors, said of the partnership: “Timothy Oulton shares our commitment to outstanding quality and fine handcraftsmanship, comparable to the very best in the world.”
Driven by a passion for traditional handcraftsmanship and a deep affection for British heritage, Timothy Oulton is known for its fresh interpretation of classic designs, infusing pieces with a daring, modern twist for a distinctive collection that is inspired by the past but relevant for today.
The company’s global yet niche appeal will resonate with New Delhi’s well-travelled crowd who are seeking quality, world-class furnishings.