Discover the new Scottish brand for all the interior inspiration you’ll ever need…

In July this year Westholme Interiors launched their own online interior retail business. Based in Aberdeen, their web store ships worldwide and aims to bring carefully curated interior must-have items to your home at reasonable prices.

Their aim is also to offer the quickest delivery possibly whilst providing the highest level of customer service.

The brand was created in 2017 by husband and wife team, Mark and Nikki Brown. The launch followed the success of the couple’s property development company, Westholme Property, and the popularity of Nikki’s inspirational blog on her Instagram account, @westholmeinteriors_.

Their first business venture, which was established in 2015, showcased their various investments and renovation projects. This included their own home renovation and the positive response they received
inspired them to expand their creativity further.

It soon became clear that their style was in demand and, through careful sourcing from around the globe, they saw a gap in the market for unusual European accessories and affordable, exclusive art works.

While it took several months to gain access to some of the most exclusive artists and interior suppliers, it proved worthwhile. They now work with incredible names such as Hubsch, House Doctor, Pad Home,
Present Time, Kelly Hoppen and Patrick Eugene. Westholme Interiors also collaborate with smaller start-up businesses for unique and exclusive pieces for their customers.

Nikki said: “Mark and I are so excited to launch our new business. Never did we think we would be doing
something we are so passionate about.

We began our Instagram page just over a year ago to advertise our properties and the opportunities
it has brought us have been overwhelming. Our interior style has been so well received allowing us to now bring our style to you. Every supplier, product, piece, colour and size has been hand picked by myself to ensure we stay true to our style. We hope you love the collections as much as we do.”