When my family visited Barbados at the end of January, I made sure to get some shots inside the Timothy Oulton showroom, thinking it could be a candidate for The Symmetric’s Field Trips series. And somehow I drafted an entire post, then forgot to publish it.
I know that Timothy Oulton is a big name lifestyle retailer, but I always enjoy this particular shop and all its vintage displays. In addition to their signature leather and industrial-meets-vintage pieces (the London-based company makes furniture for Restoration Hardware – from what I can tell, TO designed my current sofa, the Fulham), the two-storey shop features a wine cave and small Italian cafe that serves house-made pasta lunches.
A cool place to poke around amidst antique treasures and well-crafted reproductions. Love that wall of dishes and… what can I say? Kind of wish I was still there, wearing a sundress and sipping a soda.
Someday, for when I own a beach house…