Antique furniture, whether it be an antique table, chair, wardrobe, desk or sideboard, adds elegance and grace to your home. As with many varieties of antique furniture, oak looks as beautiful now as it did when it was made.
A positive aspect of buying antique furniture is that your investment will retain its value. In fact, as is often the case with high quality antique furniture, it will continue to increase in value over time. The beauty of oak, mahogany, walnut and pine never fails to add charm to any home.
Antiques blend beautifully with a more contemporary look, that is one of the benefits of a natural product. A fine oak table can look splendid in the most modern interior.
Church or chapel chairs, when waxed, blend very well with both pine and oak furniture, adding an eclectic mix of furnishings your home. These chairs have been reclaimed from religious buildings across the UK, and are available with traditional rush seats or solid seats. Both can be obtained with or without Bible boxes.
Antique office furniture can enhance any company office or private study and exudes elegance. Antique desks, whether roll top or leather topped, have stood the test of time and reproduction copies are still available today.
When choosing antiques for your home or business, firstly select the room in which you want this piece of furniture to sit. Take measurements and choose what kind of wood would best complement your home. Antique furnishings have already proved their durability, so don’t be afraid to use and enjoy your new piece of furniture!