After spending so long at home, many of us have undertaken some DiY and are looking to refresh our interiors, but where to start? With a trip to Woodstock of course!
Many of Woodstock’s independent shops sell an array of home interiors, making it an ideal shopping destination to spruce up your home. Here’s a little taster of what you can expect to find when you wander round the town.
Along Oxford Street
Cast your gaze over Flowers Estate Agents and you’ll find Stella Mannering situated above. Stella creates beautifully tailored and fully project-managed interiors for discerning clients who are looking for help and inspiration to create quiet and luxurious home spaces.
Just a few doors along you’ll discover Gleide Home Décor. As soon as you step through the entrance you’ll find it bursting with vintage and new home accessories. For a truly unique piece, the shop’s owner Gleide also undertakes amazing upholstering work and creates an abundance of soft furnishings.
Staying on Oxford Street, if you’re splashing out on a new kitchen then Edwards and Godding is your place to go. Offering bespoke kitchen design and installation, they also offer the much coveted range cookers. You can even join one of their AGA cooking demos – you won’t regret it! Details can be found on their website.
Pop over the road by the pedestrian crossing and you’ll be enticed into Martha’s Attic, selling beautiful French and European decorative antiques and interiors. Martha’s Attic specialises in window mirrors, gardenalia and lighting, frequently admired by visitors drifting by.
Head on just past Hampers Deli and you’ll come across One Village, a shop packed full of unique craft made items that support artisan cooperatives in Asia and Africa. From rugs and mats, cushions and lampshades to crockery, baskets and containers. In exploring this store you’ll know that your purchase directly benefits economically stretched communities.
As you turn the corner off Oxford Street and onto Market Place look out for Louisa Maybury Interiors. Louisa sources her products from Central and South Asia with an ever changing collection of textiles, kilims and interiors including throws, table cloths and cushions. Louisa also sells a range of glass paintings.
Head to the High Street
Walking round past the town hall and onto the High Street you’ll find Spencer-Churchill Designs. This interior design shop showcases the talents of Henrietta Spencer-Churchill, the oldest daughter of the 11th Duke of Marlborough.
A little further along is the award-winning boutique, Loft Lifestyle, selling a range of carefully handpicked interiors, alongside clothing and jewellery. Items soon get snapped up but with regular new deliveries you’re bound to find something beautiful you love for your home.
If you’re simply looking for a striking piece of art to bring a room alive, then Woodstock also has some great art galleries. Check out our blog on Art in Woodstock for inspiration.
So as you can see there really is something in Woodstock to suit everyone’s taste and style of home. Come and visit us soon!