This is my latest selection of pieces I have found on my travels. I have never been one to follow trends to closely so you will always find an unique mix of ages and designs here.Shop now →
Everyone has their own style and that is what makes this business so interesting. As trends change the pieces that appear on the open market change and that keeps me thinking of how it can work in a design.
I want to provide a service that is totally personal to the client and help them use their imagination to create something unique.
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Who is TallBoy?
My name is Matt Dixon and for as long as I can remember I have had a love for history and design which I find relate very closely.
Since starting up TallBoy interiors 4 years ago I have learnt so much about what works together and I find that you can mix modern and classic pieces to create a truly unique design.
I am not afraid to express myself through the items I buy as I believe your home should represent as much about you as the way you dress.Follow on Instagram Follow on Facebook
I buy all over the UK and Europe sourcing interesting and stylish items for your home. I am constantly trying to change peoples perception of the word antique and prove that just because an item is old doesn't mean its old fashioned. Great design work perfectly in any house.Shop current stock →
2020 has seen the launch of my first physical shop! It is very exciting and nerve-racking in equal measure. I am now based in the incredible town of Malton which is full of interesting independent businesses, pefect for a day out exploring. My shop is a Georgian methodist church.Visit the showroom →
For the past couple of years we have been able to offer traditional upholstery on all of our seating. Rather than buying your chair from one dealer then finding an upholsterer then choosing your material we do everything for you right here. Saving you a lot of hassle.Read more →
In interior design it can be very easy to fall into the trap that only the biggest brightest pieces make the room. In actual fact the room can be made by much smaller details. It could be from the rug on the floor, to the cushions of the chairs or the artwork on the walls.