Marble Coffee Table, £1,250
This blush-coloured marble coffee table is seriously on-trend. The pedestal base is solid and streamlined, while the rectangle marble top has plenty of interesting veining to add a bit of drama to an otherwise neutral scheme.
Sheepskin Dining Chairs, £1,675
These six Danish 1960s dining chairs are in good condition considering their age. Reupholstered in soft faux sheepskin, the design is typical of the period and would work in both a traditional and contemporary setting.
Bistro Table, £298
Lovely in a compact corner or a conservatory, this sweet French bistro table still has its original cast iron base and zinc top. We love the detail on the foot and the aged finish.
Chaise Longue, £850
Made in the French Napoleon style, this chaise longue has a calico seat, which is ready to be unholstered, and a hessian back. The wooden turned legs still have the original brass and wood casters, too – great in a bedroom bay window.
French Commode, £2,200
The decorative details are what elevate this standard chest of drawers into a statement piece. Technically a 19th-century French commode, it comes with chequer inlay drawer fronts, original handles and a serpentine front. The warm tone of the cherrywood will enrich any room.
Rattan Lounge Chair, £595
This chair has a barley twist frame, slim arms and a carved front rail. The overall condition is very good, and the calico covered seat is ready to be upholstered, which Tallboy Interiors can take care of. A substantial size, use it in a living room as an everyday piece.
Cane & Glass Coffee Table, £550
Italian designer Franco Albini made this coffee table in the 1950s. It has a four-legged black metal frame, on which the main bamboo structure sits and a glass top, plus an eye-catching cone shape in the centre. Perfect for the corner of a living room, or even as a statement bedside table.
Window Seat, £2,250
Lovely for a hallway or a flat bay window, this rare French art deco window seat is attributed to Paul Follot. It has a leather top on six fluted ebonised legs, a strong frame with no breaks or cracks, and fully polished legs. The top has also been fully upholstered and covered in thick cream leather with chrome studding. Even better – it’s in perfect condition.
Pair of Sideboards, £3,200
If you’re looking to make a statement, why not go big with this stunning pair of mid-century rattan and bamboo sideboards? The inlaid pattern throughout the design offers plenty of texture, while the framing on the front cupboard doors adds character.
Brass Coffee Table, £1,150
Polished brass and tinted glass come together in this retro-cool coffee table. Dating back to the 1970s, the faux bamboo frame nods to modern-day trends without compromising on its vintage credentials. A stylish, playful addition to a living room.
Writing Table, £2,295
A wonderful example of an antique desk, this Regency period, rosewood writing table dates back to c.1820. Great for a home office, it has two concealed drawers, one on each side. The finely carved pedestal supports are particularly special, and it’s on small brass casters.
Pair of Armchairs, £1,795
Comfy enough for everyday use, this unusual pair of 19th-century French open armchairs come with sweet pie crust details that would sit well with several interior styles. They’re also ready to be upholstered in your choice of fabric, while the springs, legs and padding have all been restored already.
Pair Of Side Tables, £1,600
If you're not a fan of brown furniture, then lime-washed antiques are a good alternative. Popular with Scandinavians, this pair of Swedish side tables is a good example of the finish we're talking about. Neatly proportioned with carved corner detailing, they'd make an elegant addition to a living room.