The Decorative Collective is an on-line selling platform. Launched in 2009, today it has 125 UK/European dealer members, selling antique, 20th C and 21st C furniture, lighting, garden items, mirrors, art and accessories. Items are uploaded throughout each day. You deal directly with the dealers and no commission is charged to either party; nor are your details shared with anyone. Decorative Collective have an excellent reputation for selling high quality items and for being a reliable and trustworthy source to buy from. Their sister site, The Hoarde, sells vintage items.
Guinevere is home to a myriad of decorative antiques spanning many eras. This treasure trove of ideas has furnished the homes of the elite and style conscious worldwide since it first started trading on the King’s Road in 1963. The vast shop space takes customers on a journey through time and across continents. The arrangements of unique furniture, lighting, fabrics and decorative accessories constantly change while the celebrated window displays continuously stop traffic. As a leading source of inspiration, the shop’s eclectic offerings appeal to interior designers and private clients looking for something unique, of high quality and with visual impact.
Hilary Batstone opened her first shop in 1980. Now she runs her charming, all white, antiques shop in Holbein Place, SW1, a few steps from London's famous Pimlico Road. Known for its spare, elegant and modern approach, her shop is a magnet for decorators & private buyers from all over the world. She always stocks pretty upholstered furniture, Venetian and other decorative mirrors, chandeliers and Art Deco lamps.
Jamb’s founder Will Fisher has built a reputation for dealing in the world’s finest and most interesting antique chimneypieces and lighting. Under the name Hawker Antiques, he also sources antique furniture in the Country House tradition – tables and desks, seating, bookcases and cabinets, mirrors, lighting, ornaments and objects. The current collection can be viewed in the showroom and on the website The London showroom captures the classical English Country House aesthetic at the centre of the Jamb design ethos.
French & English antique furniture and paintings from 1700 to 1830. Continental tapestries late 17th to mid 18th century. Antiques prints 1700-1820. Aubusson tapestry cartoons and accessories. Decorative antique and reproduction lighting.
Within two transformed ex-WW2 aircraft hangars in Gloucestershire, Lorfords showcases a fabulous and inspiring collection of decorative antiques sourced by 48 renowned dealers. A stunningly diverse collection showcased in more than 30,000 square feet, with a vast range of lighting on display, including chandeliers, pendants, lanterns, lamps, wall and floor lights. Theatre, atmosphere and inspiration in abundance! Showrooms in Tetbury and Chelsea display Lorfords' own curated collection of antiques and 20th century design, alongside a contemporary furniture and lighting range. With antique chandeliers, pendants, lanterns and lamps, their showrooms are a must for antique dealers, interior designers and discerning private buyers.
Rose Uniacke’s shop on the Pimlico Road, is a spare, light-filled space offering a highly considered range of interesting and exceptional furniture, lighting, objects and textiles. Displayed alongside a growing range of contemporary furniture and lighting designed by Rose Uniacke, is a changing selection of antiques. All of the pieces have been chosen for their quality, elegance and potential to transform an interior, and Rose’s knowledgeable and approachable team is always on hand to advise visitors to the shop.
The company’s highly regarded Antiques Department offers an eclectic mix of 18th, 19th and 20th century English and Continental furniture, lighting, mirrors, pictures and decorative objects. The stock is large and constantly changing and is on view in seven showrooms in a charming 18th century town house, just off Bond Street in the West End of London. The pieces are displayed in a way that helps clients visualise how they would look in their own homes.