Pretty much everything you own can be repurposed. All you need is lots of creativity and resourcefulness, a handy DIY guide or two, and the right tools. Continue reading “How to Re-purpose Fence Panels for Indoor Projects” »
For some antique pieces, braving the elements is part and parcel to everyday life. Outdoor furniture and decoration can make a garden feel alive, as well as give it a sense of purpose. But, by the time most furniture or statues become an antique they have had plenty of time to accumulate wear and tear. Continue reading “How to Restore Outdoor Antique Pieces” »
Working from home offers a great opportunity for comfort and efficiency. However, if the home office is too casual, productivity can be compromised. You need to separate yourself from the rest of the household and all the normal home interruptions and sounds. Continue reading “What To Consider When Designing Your Home Office” »
Some of the oldest and most luxurious upholstery furniture pieces are made using delicate fabrics which require extra care and special attention. This makes them relatively tricky to maintain and clean Continue reading “How to Clean and Maintain Antique Upholstery Furniture” »
Are you planning to sell your home and want to start sprucing it up to increase its value? Well, here’s the thing. Some homeowners hoping to up the value of their property resort to the tried and tested method – going with the current trend. Continue reading “Transform Your Property into Vintage with These Seven Tips” »
If writing is your passion or you are working in the antiques industry, we want to hear from you! Continue reading “Write For Clubhouse Interiors!” »
Vintage industrial design became ever popular when old, bare warehouses were re-purposed into now trendy shops, restaurants and apartments.
An antique table can add greatly to the ambience of your house but its important for the table to be in mint condition. Regardless of how beautiful the antique table is it can loose its charm under a layer of weathered paint. Continue reading “Method Of Painting Antique Tables” »