Step Back in Time

Join us on the same path of discovery as we show the history and heritage of our boutique kitchen showroom located in Hessle’s decommissioned ticket station.

Boutique Showroom Experience

In 2019 we moved into Hessle’s decommissioned ticket office. Keeping the original structure of the station the same, we converted the internals of this rare piece of Yorkshire history into a hub for luxury interior design projects.


Construction Begins

After a plan was made by various magnates of the East and West Ridings to build a railway linking the Atlantic and the North Sea via the Mersey and the Humber, construction began on Hessle station.


Open to the Public.

The official opening, on 1 July, with a grand civic ceremony and a parade through Hull centre, was ruined by heavy rain (typical). George Hoyle was the first station master to take occupancy in our building.


A Royal Reception

At the height of WW2 King George VI and the Queen Mother visited Hessle train station on their Royal visit to Hull .


Decommissioned Forever

The ticket office is decommissioned and put up for commercial lease. The original floor and layout remains the same.


1860 Interiors Opens Doors

Soon after opening our doors in 2019, we quickly became East Yorkshire’s hub for luxury interiors, providing exceptional kitchens and bedrooms for affordable prices.

Our Showroom Today

Kitted out with 5 fully functioning kitchen displays, a bedroom, living room and bathroom display. 1860 Interiors is the best place to start your design journey.

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Our award-winning showroom in Hessle is the perfect place to begin your design journey.

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