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Wonderful and charming English antique furniture and accessories add beauty as well as warmth to any decor. A variety of pieces can be found to provide a bit of history or elegance to any home, whether it is presently decorated in contemporary or traditional furniture. Additionally collectibles and vintage make outstanding gifts and will be appreciated and valued by the recipient.
Chairs and Tables and More
Brown chairs with deftly embroidered seats make a wonderful statement and can be found in various beautiful woods. Traditional styles to be found encompass the Edwardian, Victorian and Georgian periods as well as Art Deco, Clarice Cliff or retro from the 50s, 60s and 70s. If you need a chest of drawers, early victorian furniture can be the highlight of the room, especially if its handles are decorative. From rocking chairs to bent wood, delightful chairs enhance any room. A winged armchair brings comfort and is the ideal seat for warming up in front of the fire. One might find a games table made of yew or an English vintage games table. Card tables and folding card tables are prized possessions. Moreover, often one finds outstanding bookcases as well as unique books with which to fill them. In fact, one of these bookcases can also be used to showcase stunning plates or goblets.
Prints and Photographs
Unframed prints can be framed and add authenticity to either traditional or modern decor as well as add interest to a room. Botanical prints or photos of London are the perfect accessories. If one finds an old framed print, they can hang it as soon as they wish.
Small table lamps are the perfect example of inexpensive furniture that is functional as well as charming. Hanging glass chandeliers add beauty as well.
Other accessories include Baskets, Mirrors with wood frames, Plates, Vases, Ornate mirrors and frames, Cut glass decanters, Footstools, Chessboards, Fireplace screens
Restyling of a home with retro vintage or collectable furniture is fun and educational, as each piece has its own story to tell. Often one can meet the dealer and learn more about the history of the object, which might be English pine or a chest of drawers made of a superb mahogany. Visit Northcote Antiques to find just the right piece.