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Antiques and Interiors Shops in Arundel

Antiques and Interiors in Arundel.



Looking for antiques or interior pieces? Something interesting  for your home.
Maybe a cheap and cheerful battered bargain to paint and up cycle  with your own individual style.
Or a beautiful investment decorative item that you can put immediately in  pride of place.
Your taste in interiors could be traditional or it might be contemporary. Possibly  even bordering on the wacky. Alternatively you might  just want to browse and see what catches your eye and suits your wallet.


Arundel with its diverse collection of individual  shops ,warehouses  and car boots, could hold the answer. Lets start with the latter. If you have never driven down to Ford airfield bleary eyed at 7.30 on a Thursday or Saturday morning you've missed a treat.












The car boot  starts early . Sellers queue and snooze  in cars and vans from around 3am.  Some come for miles as Ford Car Boot is renowned for being  the best in the area. Vendors even  travel from France and Holland.




You COULD saunter down later in the morning  after a leisurely breakfast.  But you would miss the buzz. Trade and private buyers alike, dashing to  peer into the backs of unloading vans and cars.  The deal often clinched before the item has even seen the light of day. You'll  possibly walk back to your car clutching a real gem of a bargain. But if you haven't found that perfect item ,there are local flower  and book sellers, bread stalls and coffee stands to help you cope with disappointment.

And there's always next week.




French Loft in both the High Street and behind Arundel's Co-op.

Back in Arundel itself  and within a very short walk along Tarrant Street you will find

White Tie Interiors
http://whitetieinteriors.co.uk/

Arundel Interiors,
Arundel Interiors

Dinky Donkey Delights
Dinkey Donkey Delights






Antiquities,
http://www.antiquitiesarundel.com/





and Nineveh House.
http://www.arundel.org.uk/details/nineveh-house-antiques-and-crafts
has a myriad of antique and vintage items of furniture or small collectables.





For contemporary items for your home
there's Sparks Yard
http://www.sparksyard.com/

Lavender House and Garden
www.lavenderhouseandgarden.co.uk/

If its art you want look no further than the

Zimmer Stewart gallery
http://www.zimmerstewart.co.uk/

 or  Arundel Art Room.
http://www.arundelartroom.com/


and The Project Gallery in Arundel High Street.
http://www.theprojectgallery.co.uk/


While you wander, do look beyond the main streets, for Arundel holds so many  hidden gems.
Go inside the arcade in Tarrant Street and check out the Walking Stick Shop jam packed with hundreds of antique canes.
www.walkingstickshop.co.uk







 If you are looking for an antique picture restorer  you'll find one in Tarrant Street.


Antiquities in Tarrant Street.

In Arundel High Street, there is the Old Print Shop,

Spencer Swaffer Antiques,
http://www.spencerswaffer.com/

 French Loft,
 www.frenchloft.com

Scandinavian Collectables,
 http://www.arundel.org.uk/details/scandinavian-collectibles

Bridge Antique Centre
www.arundelantiques.co.uk

and

Arundel Antiques Warehouse
http://www.arundelantiquesmarket.co.uk/


Maybe stop at the vintage style cafe, Lula Mae for sustenance.
Or the Tudor Rose and afterwards peruse the area in their basement displaying antique and vintage small items.

Venture over the bridge and down the little alley next to William Hill. Turn left at the end and you will find the only remaining buildings of the 19th century Arundel Swallow Brewery. Relatively untouched, the three large brewery warehouses are  now home to decorative antique and interiors showrooms in the quirkiest of settings.

French Loft's warehouse showroom,
www.frenchloft.com









Harmony,
www.harmonyantiques.co.uk




Arundel Eccentrics
www.arundeleccentrics.com




and Nass Interiors
Nass Interiors






All trade from what is fast becoming  a snoopers paradise.

You will need to drive to The Vinery at Poling just outside Arundel,
http://www.antiquesatthevinery.co.uk

It's one of the areas best  kept antique shopping secrets and well worth investigating.The site was for many years a mushroom farm. Now the long tunnels are home to antique dealers and restorers. There is even a shipper should you want to send antiques to far flung  destinations.
Most are open in the week and Saturday morning, but be aware the gates are closed Saturday afternoon and Sunday.

Steve Belt Antiques and Shipping
Steven Belt

One of our most favourite places is
Clubhouse Interiors
http://www.clubhouseinteriors.co.uk/

There are antique and interiors traders working from all manner of places. If its antique mirrors you want, you might want to contact Clealls Antiques  at Lyminster who work by appointment.
http://www.cleallantiques.co.uk/


For details of  antiques and interiors venues and their opening times go to ;
http://www.arundel.org.uk
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