KAID absolutely loves finding new and inventive local vendors, and today, we got quite an eyeful of creativity at the Timothy Oulton showroom in Dallas. We had been contacted several times to come in for a visit and, finally, had some time to swing by. Kim and my expectations for our visit were high, but, the staff nearly had to drag us off of the sheepskin sofa and kick us out. To call it a "visit" is an understatement; we had a legitimate experience, complete with espresso, mind-blowing creativity, and, yes, delectable cake balls (which are delivered daily to their full-service coffee bar, complete with a professional barista).
While Timothy Oulton has an amazing website, I would seriously recommend stopping in and experiencing the brand. At first glance, some of the items come off quite masculine and monochromatic, but they have tons of colorful and soft options to be explored. Even more impressive is the fact that their items literally possess history. Most of their products are made from reclaimed materials, and a lot of their accessories are true antiques. So, take a peek at our photos, browse their website (http://www.timothyoulton.com), then go visit the showroom (make sure to sit and experience the comfort).
|Latte art, and cake by The Hospitality Sweet.... this was only the beginning.|
|Vintage saddles and a plethora of unique blue and white plates. These spaces really made an impression.|
|Who doesn't love rugby and bar seating? Never did I think I would see the two combined, but Timothy Oulton found a way to do it. The ball is even removable. To the right is an amazingly comfy chair- stirrups and cowhide included.|
|Above you can see more of the imaginative items Timothy Oulton has to offer. Some of our favorites being the reclaimed wood tables covered in acrylic, and none other than the sheepskin sofa. Nap time?|