After the whirlwind of opening the new shop and unpacking the antiques from our latest French shipment it was fun to rediscover the ‘new’ products we found on our travels but more importantly, find a place for them! Sometimes it can be hard to visualize how well a more modern piece will sit amongst our store that is very focused on the old and the beautiful.
But as we have found it is this contrast that shows each of the styles in their best light, for me, this mix has become an essential element of interiors today.
I love the simple materials of the pale raw oak & clear hand blown glass of this quirky range from Belgium – the Onia – is both a vase and a candle holder, and the beautiful covered hurricane – Ozone – comes in 2 sizes as shown.

Ozone Candle…available in 2 sizes
Onia-a candle holder & a vase…2 Sizes instore

The French know how to take the seriousness out of antiques – this fabulous French interpretation of a chandelier made from white plaster and parchment looks great over the round oak table in the showroom but would also be at home in a white on white space….available as an 8 branch or 4 branch.

French hand made plaster & parchment chandelier

Regrets, i have a few…. love this very classic print with gold & white wording ~

Non~ ‘Je ne regrette rien’ – framed print

Just in store these votives are made by hand,  ‘lovingly & locally’….

Botanical votives – new instore…
love this candle~ sold out for now….
Warm up the house with these wintery glass votives
Pretty collection of white glass vessels
love these colours…

& you might need something to carry all those goodies for yourself and others – a tote, made from vintage fabrics….

Elements i love… weekender tote from antique fabrics

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