This store has a lot of everything, and it’s not low quality as often happens when there is an abundance of something. Here the quality antiques are spread over three floors – it’s the sort of place you can stay in and browse for ages. As an interior designer, I also find their website the absolute top – it looks smart and works seamlessly. Antique dealers sometimes lag behind on this front, but Brownrigg’s is seriously easy to use.
Lorfords is definitely the place to go for antique garden items – decorative statues, huge ceramic pots, outdoor furniture. They also create beautiful bespoke furniture, which is worth checking out. And they have other items too; years ago, I bought some antique green bottles here which I still cherish to this day.
Muir Antiques, named after owners Stephen & Ines Muir, specialises in 20th century items. I bought some amazing car paintings here but adore their array of traditional kitchen towels too. You also can find a lot of very unique mirrors! Definitely worth a visit.
This is the place to go for that vintage or antique market feeling. I love losing myself in this store. They have millions of little treasures that won’t break the bank but decorate your space beautifully. I bought a green clock here that looks absolutely amazing on my mantelpiece at home.