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Saturday, 29 October 2016

Antiques and Interiors....A Little Off The Arundel High Streets.

Antiques & Interiors

A Little Off The High Street


For such a small town Arundel boasts 
a huge diverse collection of antique shops.





Really? 
So where are they all?
I hear you say.

Well, of course, there is the beautiful and internationally known, 
Spencer Swaffer shop on the HighStreet. 

Then there’s Bridge Antiques Centre, 

Arundel Antique Buyers also in the High Street.
Antiquites and Nineveh House,
 the converted chapel, can be found in Tarrant Street.

Is that it?

Oh no, no, no, my friend, that’s by far not it. 
That’s just for starters.

Look beyond the main Arundel streets and 
you will find a cornucopia of antiques warehouses.

Let’s start with The Old Brewery Antiques Warehouses.

Hidden down a little alley, behind Arundel’s Co-op
 are the last remaining warehouses of the 19th
century Swallow Brewery.

They house three large antiques showrooms.

French Loft. 

French decorative antiques run by Rowland Leach













Then there’s Steve Lawrence at Harmony Antiques,

with a collection of English and French decorative antiques.








Next door are husband and wife team
 Nass and Brenda who run Arundel Eccentrics.
Yep thats us




With a large collection of English and French decorative antique furniture.


They also decorate 19th century bamboo 
furniture and chests of drawers using decoupage.












 The quirky
but sophisticated look has not only attracted
 national and international magazines,
 but also Liberty in London. 













Throughout this year Arundel Eccentrics
 have had a large collection of their antiques on the
4th floor of the Regents Street store.




Coming out of Arundel 
on the A27 going east is
The Vinery
Once a mushroom farm, the massive site boasts

 not only well over 20 antique traders,
 but a shipper
(Steve Belt Shipping)
and four furniture restorers including

plus the widest array of antique furniture
 you will find for many miles.


If you are in any doubt that Arundel's off the
 High Street antique traders should be given a second
look............this will blow you away.....
Regular exhibitors at Battersea Decorative Fair,
La Place is a trade only
emporium of beautifully sourced antiques
from the 17th C through to the contemporary 20th C.

Set up by Paula and Stephen Parkinson the creators of
Augustus Brandt Antiques (Petworth)
They have been featured recently in ELLE Decoration
Country, Cote Ouest and the Times Style magazine
all of which have admired their style and creativity
and endorsed the look they create
La Place work with some of the world’s leading Interior
Designers, Decorators and private residencies.
Swedish, French & Italian painted furniture & lighting.



Martin and Mary Beany

Whether you are looking to decorate your home or business,
 Clubhouse Interiors offer a huge range of
one-of-a-kind decorative pieces. 
A fantastic showroom filled with antique and vintage furniture &
luggage, sports memorabilia and movie props – all of which are available to hire. Clubhouse Interiors
work with companies like Ralph Lauren.



Just take a look at this fantastic showroom........













And heres a taste of all the other 20 plus dealers at The Vinery.



Last but by no means least in Lyminster just on the outskirts of the town


With a stock that consists of over 400 mirrors, 
the largest selection in the South of England and
within an hour or so from London they offer free delivery within a 50 mile radius. The selection
includes, Large/floor standing mirrors, Over mantel mirrors, Extra large antique
Mirrors, landscape/portrait mirrors, gilt /painted mirrors, decorative crested mirrors and pairs of
mirrors for any desired space for your home.


So, what do you think?
Is Arundel well worth looking 
at as a destination for antiques not on the High Street?

Some of these warehouses are trade only and
 by appointment but many are open to the public.
Go to their site for more details and opening times 
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