- 16 March 2021
- By Georgina Blaskey
Louise Spencer Decorative Antiques
The prize for the most beautifully photographed pieces has to go to Louise of Louise Spencer Decorative Antiques. The images alone are seriously inspirational, but her eye for unique furniture pieces is clearly exceptional, too.
La Maison Magnifique
For a hand-picked selection of the prettiest home accessories – think oyster plates, ceramic woven baskets, pastel cabbage ware and swan planters – take a look at La Maison Magnifique. Their new painted candle range is a stand-out.
Litten Tree Antiques
This small, Berkshire-based bsuiness sells decorative antiques, textiles and vintage pieces. But they can also source unique pieces, objets d'art, textiles and lighting for interior designers on request, as well as on behalf of individual clients.
Sophie Douglas can source an array of one-off pieces for your home, including ceramics and lighting – she’s got a great eye for characterful pieces that feel bang on-trend.
This selection of colourful, unique vintage homeware has been carefully curated by Sophie Morrison. We love the pastel glassware and painted candlesticks – perfect to lift an at-home table setting.
The Decorative Collective was launched in 2009 as an online marketplace designed to introduce customers to antique dealers across the UK and Europe. Now, the Instagram account highlights some of the best pieces to help you narrow the search.
Self-styled as eclectic and eccentric, Collate’s pieces will inject a bit of colour into your home in the form of glossy ceramics and other unusual objects.
This West Sussex-based emporium sells artwork, furniture, mirrors and decorative objects – all of which have been photographed in a beautiful stately setting.
After renovating her house, Host founder Sophie Warburton was looking for pieces to decorate her new home. With the high street feeling too 'obvious', and high-end shops out of her budget, she decided to find another way to source unexpected, but affordable, accessories.
In Reverie Vintage
Born out of lockdown, In Reverie Vintage offers second-hand and vintage homeware, all with a 70s influence. Expect porcelain cowboy boots and shell-shaped pots among the rest of the vintage treasures.
The brainchild of Jessica Berry, this vintage homeware and interiors store specialises in art deco, vintage and mid-century pieces. Expect eclectic, kitsch accents to add some character to your home.
Rococo London Interiors
For classic English designs with a twist, Rococo Davis’s selection of accessories, furniture and lighting is hard to beat. Expect natural woods and textures set against whimsical pops of colour.
Widely respected for his antique chair collection, Matt Dixon’s grid will encourage you to find room for a couple of fireside seats. There are also plenty of tables and artwork worth checking out, too.
Based in Hampshire, Vintage Boathouse offers a range of grown-up furniture that can be easily incorporated into your own home. Great for tracking down larger pieces like dressers and chests.
This global online marketplace was founded back in 2001 to mimic the magic of Parisian flea markets and highlight Danish mid-century design. Now, there’s a weekly magazine and even the 1st Dibs 50 – an annual celebration of the industry’s most compelling talent.