Tenterden House Interiors
Tenterden House Interiors is a family run furnishing business, which started out in Biggleswade, Bedfordshire in 1826, named E. Dodimead (our original delivery van pictured above). After a long innings this successful business was sold, but after a small break Robert Willson decided to return to his former passion, after stumbling across a potential site in the picturesque town of Tenterden, Kent, which is where we are now located and have been since 1984. Robert Willson has since retired although we are still occasionally graced with his presence. However, his wife Ingrid Willson and their son Jamie Willson still run the shop today, along with Jamie's wife Jane and their sales staff.
The shop fronts Tenterden’s much loved high street and boasts over 6,000 sq. ft of display area comprising of 16 showrooms set over three floors. With an eclectic mix of traditional hand-made English furniture, contemporary furniture, upholstery, lighting, gifts and furnishing accessories in all price ranges, there are several ranges unique to us, which will not be found in any other shop in Britain. Our business prides itself not only on the quality of its products, but also on the care and attention with which we provide our customers.
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Manor Row Interiors
Manor Row Interiors, established in May 2016 and run alongside Tenterden House Interiors and under the same ownership. This new single storey, 2,500 sq. ft. premises situated on Tenterden High Street has given us the opportunity to expand our family business and create a completely different shopping experience within a stylish setting.
We offer new ranges which we have previously not had enough room for, consisting mainly of quality upholstery for a variety of living spaces, ranging from contemporary to traditional, well designed and at affordable prices. All made to order and available in the finest uncorrected, full analine Italian leathers, Abraham Moon & Sons Wool, Harris Tweed and other fabrics. As well as this, we offer stunning lighting ranges, occasional furniture, pictures, mirrors and accessories.