LYME Regis interiors business DD&B Interiors is celebrating its first anniversary with a winter pop-up shop at the Town Mill’s Malthouse Gallery this week.
The event opens today (Monday) and will run until Sunday, December 12, open every day from 10am to 5pm and late night in Friday until 7pm.
To celebrate being a year old, anyone visiting the pop-up will be entered into a free draw for one of DD&B’s luxurious, bespoke, handmade cushions.
Traditional upholsterer and co-founder Carol Brown: “The year has gone very quickly. Unlike last our first POP UP last year you’ll be able to sit on our beautifully reimagined unique chairs, ottomans and furniture that you’ll only find here.
“To be able to look and feel the wonderful fabrics we use and sit on a chair really makes a difference.”
There will be an array of individual shapes, sizes, colours, and textures as part of DD&B Interiors’ ‘Inspired by Nature’ collection to evoke your senses and make yourself comfortable on while contributing to the sustainability of our planet.
Designer and co-founder Karen Durham-Diggins continued: “Each of the repurposed pieces is unique and should you fall in love with one then whisk it home as there won’t be another!
“If you’d like to take one of them home with you either we can pop it in your car, deliver it within 20 miles of Lyme Regis or post it to you.
“Sometimes customers like to go home and measure and check it will fit or suit their room so they can always go to our new website and order – if you are local delivery is still free whether you buy online or in the pop-up shop.”
One-off ottomans, dressing table stools, fireside chairs, accent chairs, foot stools, bedroom chairs and dining chairs and many other pieces of complimentary furniture are available – all in the DD&B Interiors unique style.
This year, together with their reimagined and repurposed furniture, DD&B are collaborating with two other artists who complement the ‘Inspired by Nature’ collection.
You will be lit up by Jill Hunt’s inspired lamps and lampshades. They combine her talents of photographer and seamstress with evocative water images digitally printed onto her lampshades.
And ceramicist Linda Bristow, who takes her inspiration from the Dorset Countryside and Coastline, will have her gorgeous various sized Christmas trees, that complement our furniture, and no doubt your home, available around the gallery.