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Frequently asked questions about our restored vintage furniture

Where are you based?

Our mini-warehouse and workshop are based in Catford, London. We offer free collection form either of our sites, if you happen to be based in the London area.

Do you list all items on the site?

We only list an item once it has been fully restored and is ready to find a new home. If you cannot find what you are looking for on our shop, please get in touch and we will let you know what is currently in our restoration pipeline, giving you the opportunity to purchase it before we list it. 

If nothing there interests you, feel free to give us your contact information. We will let you know if something that matches your criteria catches our eye at an auction or lot.

How can I get first look at your upcoming listings?

You’re always free to reach out, in case we are working on the perfect item in our workshop. 

Alternatively, you can sign up to our newsletter. We release new items to our newsletter readers 24 hours before we list them on the website, giving you the chance to snatch up anything that catches your eye.

Why should I go for  restored furniture?

Opting for restored furniture is one of those rare occasions where everyone benefits. Not only are you often saving money by buying refurbished antiques instead of new furniture, but you are also buying all the character and charm that comes with it (Not something flat-packed factory-made furniture can reproduce). 

On top of this, giving new life to old furniture that would otherwise be discarded is more sustainable and reduces waste.

What if my item needs repair?

As part of our commitment to great customer service, our doors are always open if your item needs repairs or simple maintenance. Whether it is 2 months after your purchase or 2 years down the line, simply get in touch and we will work something out.

What do you look for?

We opt for items that we find personally interesting or appealing, not items that we can quickly brush up for the sake of turnaround times. This can be the eye-catching and weird, the staple items that make a house a home but also the furniture that would be overlooked, abandoned or destined for a landfill. We think it is a shame for a piece of furniture with decades of history to come to a sudden end, so we find a particular joy in giving them a new lease on life and a new home.

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