Interior design fans are in for a treat as Neptune has opened a stunning new store in the heart of Cheltenham, offering a beautiful showcase of its timeless, design-led aesthetic.
Marking the eighteenth outpost for the British interior retailer, the store is situated in an impressive three-storey Georgian property, formerly The Parrott pub, which has been transformed to display its stunning collections of furniture, lighting, textiles, and home and garden accessories.
Most well-known for its kitchen collections, fans of the British interiors and lifestyle brand, founded by friend John Sims-Hilditch and Giles Redman in 1996, will be thrilled to find all four kitchen collections as they step inside the beautiful grade II listed building.
Within the store, shoppers will also find a laundry room, two bedroom settings complete with adjoining washrooms and an entire floor dedicated to Neptunes Tailored, featuring its house-blended paints and textiles.
Jessica Tucker, retail designer at Neptune, said: ‘We’ve tried to do something a little different in some ways with Neptune Cheltenham. It still very much feels like us, but with a clear townhouse-style from the moment you walk inside.
‘Each floor shows our designs in a different context in terms of styling, from contemporary through to traditional to show how easily they translate to any type of home.’
For more information, see Neptune Cheltenham or call (01242) 330420.
By Gemma Dore
Thursday 02 February 2017
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