This April, we're excited to be opening a pop up shop with three of our favourite interiors brands, Tate & Darby, Sarah Vanrenen and Kate Guinness Design

The location is beautiful Marlborough at 124 the High Street, two doors down from The White Company and directly opposite Waitrose. The shop is a stunning two-story retail space overlooking Marlborough High Street that will be the perfect backdrop to showcase stunning and unique furniture, rugs, lamps, table and bed linen and home accessories.

SARAH.K, Tate & Darby, Kate Guinness Design and Sarah Vanrenen, were each founded by creative women who all now call Wiltshire home, but our collections are loved by customers across the UK and internationally, and are regularly featured on the pages of leading interiors magazines including House and Garden and The English Home.

From left: Wallpaper and lampshades by Sarah Vanrenen, Rug by Tate & Darby, Cushions by Kate Guinness Design. 

The shop will be an opportunity for us to to collaborate and showcase our products together and introduce them to a new audience.

Paintings by Anna Lucy Kent and Anna Cecil, ceramics by Victoria Kostoris

Along with hand crafted furniture, rugs, table and bed linen, lamps, wallpaper and other home accessories, the walls of the two-storey Pop Up will exhibit work from renowned local artists, Lucy Kent and Anna Cecil and ceramicist Victoria Kostoris.

 The concept of the Pop Up Shop, where brands that usually sell online pop up in retail spaces for short periods, is new to Marlborough and we are excited to bring this unique way of shopping to the High Street and allow a new audience the chance to view our collections in such a wonderful space.

The Pop Up will also be an opportunity for us to launch many of our new Spring products from new table linen designs to exciting home accessories. 

 The Interiors Collective will open for 4 days from the 26th – 29th April at 124 the High Street, Marlborough and will be an inspiring space packed full of wonderful furniture and interior accessories as well as art created by renowned local artists. Everything on show will be for sale and designers will be on hand to offer advice to anyone hoping to redesign their homes.