Ipswich: Titchmarsh & Goodwin unveils new showroom in London’s King’s Road

An English oak carved bed made by Titchmarsh & Goodwin as a special commission for a customer in Rus

An English oak carved bed made by Titchmarsh & Goodwin as a special commission for a customer in Russia. - Credit: Archant

Handmade furniture specialist Titchmarsh & Goodwin is opening a new showroom in London’s King’s Road.

The company, which is based in Back Hamlet, Ipswich, and traces its orgins back to the 18th Century, will use the three-storey premises to showcase a range of furniture from new and established collections.

The showroom will also include an English oak panelled lounging area that will play host to a design studio offering in-house design and architectural services.

As part of the new venture, Titchmarsh & Goodwin has also collaborated with a host of internationally acclaimed designers and leading interiors specialists including Jean Paul Gaultier, Lelievre and Wendy Cushing for extensive ranges of fabrics and trimmings, Christopher Hyde Prestige and David Wilkinson for the lighting and Watts of Westminster to furnish the walls with bespoke wallpaper and fabrics.


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