Laying down the floor in Margaret Street…

Fitznovia (where Noho meets Fitzrovia) welcomes yet another name to the growing list of interior and design companies. Antique floor specialists Ted Todd had decided to make their move from a smaller premise in Mayfair, to our recently refurbished 1,650 sq ft Ground Floor & Basement showroom unit at Kenilworth House, 79-80 Margaret Street.

The landlord created a new entrance directly onto Margaret Street and completed a comprehensive refurbishment of the premises allowing Ted Todd to fit out their spectacular new London Design Centre.

Founded in 1988, Ted Todd have filled homes all over the world with their stunningly exclusive wooden flooring. With no sign of stopping there, the brand aims to constantly push boundaries of what a wood floor can be.

With a range of textures from slow-grown European Oak to the rich tones of the American Black Walnut. They aim to allow people’s homes to tell a story and in fact, challenge anybody not to fall in love with their breath-taking results.

Ted Todd opens their doors of their new Design Centre on Thursday 6th of July. Welcoming the public to enjoy their globally celebrated 3m panels which include unusual grain panels, bold surfaces for wall cladding, sleek handcrafted chevron and beautiful herringbone patterns.


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