The institutional furniture produced in Britain in the 1950s and 1960s is truly something to feel proud of! The quantities that have survived to emerge on the vintage furniture scene are testament to the quality of both material and manufacturing processes, not to forget the classic forms created by mostly anonymous designers. Dealer Saxon Durrant tells us all about it.
The great thing about having a bohemian style is that it is very subjective: you decide what bohemian style is. We have compiled some examples which you can incorporate into your own bohemian home, but remember to put your own spin on it!
Annie Sloan's Painter in residence, Jelena Pticek, tells the Preloved community about her upcycling career, the new techniques she's been using, and where she sourced her inspiration for her latest pieces.
Project Up is an inspiring business that offers young unemployed people the opportunity to gain new skills in the art of upcycling furniture. Over the last couple of years, the project has grown in success, now with their pieces of furniture gaining worthy recognition. Keep reading to learn learn more!
Bruce is an experienced antique furniture auctioneer...and for good reason, his love for vintage furniture! If you have an older property and you are looking for inspiration on what furniture to fill it with, keep reading to see if Bruce can inspire you to invest in an era!