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Introducing Couture Furniture, a British bespoke furniture maker, specializing in sideboards and cabinets, wardrobes, sofas, dining tables and kitchens, with professional attention to detail.
Each piece is made using a combination of traditional hand crafted techniques and the very latest machinery and technology.
Grange has made superb French furniture for over a hundred years, presenting everything from dining sets and dressers to custom modular storage and upholstery.
Grange craftsmen make every item by hand and stain, lacquer, wax and polish the furniture, to give each piece a distinctive transparency and satin-touch finish.
Gillian Montegrande founded the award-winning website Made by Hands of Britain, to promote and support the recent revival of both contemporary and traditional art and craft.
The website brings together over 200 of Britain’s finest artisans under one virtual roof, to offer discerning customers an exclusive collection of beautiful and expertly crafted items, for everyday use or for exciting gifts.
Arighi Bianchi the inspiring home interiors store is introducing a number of new ranges for its own label Merit Collection, including sofas, dining sets, beds and bedroom furniture.
The Merit Collection products comply with the store’s well-known design and presentation quality, but at surprisingly reasonable prices.
The initial new range to appear is the typically beautiful Ercol inspired Isola range of dining and occasional pieces, which is defined by its stimulating look and bold styling:
The celebrated Sixties furniture brand, G Plan has become the latest prize buy among collectors of period possessions for the home.
G Plan furniture is proving to be a popular investment buy, as it is now being snapped up on E-bay and featured on TV programmes such as Boot Sale Challenge.
Said G Plan’s MD, George McGraw: “Original pieces around 40 and 50 years old are still in incredible condition, which just goes to show that investing in quality furniture really does pay in the long run”.
G Plan Cabinets, one of the best known brands in British furniture, recommend that you care for your quality wood-crafted furniture from the possibly damaging rays of the sun, in order to maintain its good looks.
Says MD George McGraw: “Strong sunlight can wreak terrible damage on cabinet furniture – whether it’s dining tables and chairs, coffee tables, display cabinets or wardrobes.
“Constant exposure damages furniture by gradually weakening any protective polishes and fading the wood. Over time UV light will bleach the colour from it, beginning with magentas and deep reds and working its way through the spectrum.
Featured here is a splendid Ring Leaf Table made to special commission by Rupert Bevan, in his own classic contemporary style.
Manufactured from solid and veneered Fumed Oak, it features bold metal detailing, including decorative feet, finials and a polished metal band around the perimeter of the table.
A central metal disc forms the focal point of a skillfully veneered sunburst pattern on the table.
As colour and traditional design enjoy a comeback in the home, one of the most iconic names in British furniture has launched a range of classically-styled living, dining and bedroom collections.
The Classic Collections by G Plan Cabinets are aimed at on-trend homeowners, making the switch from neutrals and no-frills furniture to a richer, more interesting interior.
Inspired by famous artists, G Plan’s new Classic Collections take the famous furniture brand back to its roots of timeless design and quality detail, with the Matisse and Gainsborough living and dining ranges and the Monet and Heritage bedroom ranges
ATG Media is a company with a long and proud record of anticipating the needs of the industry it serves. When it was launched in 1971, the Antiques Trade Gazette transformed the sector, bringing auctioneers and auction buyers together more efficiently than ever before.
Here are seven reasons to visit the Selling Antiques website as presented by ATG Media: 1. Sellingantiques.co.uk is the UK’s largest antiques website which gives you a huge variety of options to choose from. 2. You can enter your price range so that you’ll only see antiques on budget – all other antiques are hidden from view. 3. Each antique is assigned to one of 350 categories (yes, by a human being), which makes the website neat, tidy and well organised into relevant sections. 4. You contact the antique dealer directly by telephone or email to ask questions and make the purchase. 5. A keyword search tool that actually works! 6. All antiques for sale are presented with large clear photos alongside the buying price, so you can see exactly what you’re buying clearly and simply. 7. Rather than searching through 100’s of dealers websites, the UK’s antiques dealers upload their stock to this one central website, which saves you hours or trawling time!
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The New Year may mean a whole host of New Year’s resolutions for many of us, but it can also mean the start of a series of positive changes to others.
To encourage you to stick to your promises, why not ring-in the changes to create a renewed energy in your home?
A change in your surroundings can change your mood and what better time of year to do something about it…?