Small rooms can often be left with a poor reputation for being impractical with limited uses, however this is not the case. With a few simple tips and tricks, you can make the most of a small room and make use of beautiful antiques. Providing the perfect option for accessorising the room, antiques offer a practical and pretty addition to any room. They can make a statement and eliminate the need for additional items of furniture that could clutter the room and make it look even smaller.
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For many of us, Beauty and the Beast was an animated film that we watched as children or young adults and simply loved. It filled our homes with magic and told a wonderful story. However, with the latest release of the record-breaking re-make, we have all fallen back in love with the story and all of its magical characters. If you are a Beauty and the Beast enthusiast, why not bring a sense of the magic home with some marvellous 18th and 19th century antiques?
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The heart of every home was once the kitchen, a place for families and friends to commune together to share stories about their days and enjoy one another’s company. In today’s modern culture, this is a heart-warming tradition that has often been lost, however, we think that it is something that should be revived. Many studies have shown that eating around a table more regularly can lead to a happier, healthier lifestyle as well as better relationships amongst family ... Read More »
For those who have only recently started collecting antiques for the purpose of home decoration, it can be tricky to know where to start to find pieces that will work well within your home. With the wide range of antique furniture available today, it is important to ensure that each piece complements one another to enjoy the full effect. Take a look at our beginners guide to help you navigate the market and find the antique treasures for you.
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Although tea today is something that has been ingrained into our daily routines, it hasn’t always been this way; here we take a look back to the 18th century, when the British tea ceremony was only for the wealthy and how the antique tea table became an important part of the tea service.
Tea tables really came into the limelight in the 18th century, when British afternoon tea was a service that was to be enjoyed regularly by the upper social classes. At the time, the rarity and high c... Read More »