HOARDE VINTAGE

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 Office in West Sussex, , ,

 +44 (0)179 815572.

 info@hoardevintage.com

 www.hoardevintage.com

The HOARDE VINTAGE has been a part of the interiors scene since 2011. It is the sister website to the Decorative Collective established in 2009. Both sites are go-to destinations for many of the UK’s well known interior designers who enjoy the eclectic choice of the Hoarde Vintage and the consistent quality of items on the Decorative Collective. Both sites represent dealers from around the UK. Items on the Hoarde Vintage include furniture lighting mirrors accessories garden and since mid-2018 architectural and salvage - broadening its appeal even more and helping those renovating homes and buildings in their quest to find those one-off pieces.

The HOARDE VINTAGE has been a part of the interiors scene since 2011. It is the sister website to the Decorative Collective, established in 2009. Both sites are go-to destinations for many of the UK’s well known interior designers who enjoy the eclectic choice of the Hoarde Vintage and the consistent quality of items on the Decorative Collective. Both sites represent dealers from around the UK. Items on the Hoarde Vintage include furniture, lighting, mirrors, accessories, garden and since mid-2018, architectural and salvage - broadening its appeal even more and helping those renovating homes and buildings in their quest to find those one-off pieces.

The HOARDE VINTAGE has been a part of the interiors scene since 2011. It is the sister website to the Decorative Collective, established in 2009. Both sites are go-to destinations for many of the UK’s well known interior designers who enjoy the eclectic choice of the Hoarde Vintage and the consistent quality of items on the Decorative Collective. Both sites represent dealers from around the UK. Items on the Hoarde Vintage include furniture, lighting, mirrors, accessories, garden and since mid-2018, architectural and salvage - broadening its appeal even more and helping those renovating homes and buildings in their quest to find those one-off pieces.