Timothy Oulton has announced an extensive programme of global expansion for its British furniture and interiors company.
The programme will see seven more owned and operated Timothy Oulton galleries join an existing 11 standalone showrooms and 30 other retailer partners all over the world.
The expansion is the next step in Timothy Oulton’s growth strategy, which recently saw it acquire Sofa Workshop from DFS, comprising 20 stores across the UK and an online retail business.
Timothy Oulton spaces in Hamburg, Los Angeles, Barbados, Glasgow and Malibu began to open from October 2020, joining San Francisco, which launched in July, and Miami, set to open in the early part of 2021. The brand will double its size at Horizon Plaza, Hong Kong, making the gallery its largest in the world. Timothy Oulton has also extended the footprint of its Noble Souls collection, with a first dedicated space on the King’s Road, London.
Tim Oulton, founder and creative director (pictured), says: “Despite the economic climate the Timothy Oulton brand continues to go from strength to strength. We opened a London flagship in 2018 and already have a presence across five continents in international gateway cities, so our approach is backed by the power of a brand that we know works.
"Our in-house design and manufacturing capabilities mean that we are able to expand without compromising our premium product and we look forward to further growth.”