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Welcome 2019!February 6, 2019by My Vintage Home-A bit late I know, but we have been super busy as always, blink and it is February! At My Vintage Home, we have been busy thinking about new items to be featured on our website, and there is no better place to look than the grand Furniture Show at the NEC. All the newest Continue Reading
Introducing Our New Industrial Furniture RangeOctober 18, 2018by My Vintage Home-Since our visit to the Birmingham Trade Show we are really excited to introduce a new industrial furniture range to our catalogue. It has always been really important for us to stock items that we love and that we are passionate about. With this new range nature meets elegance. We love the mid century modern Continue Reading
Repair and UpcyleMay 31, 2018by My Vintage Home-As well as having a wonderful array of new furniture for sale, we still take delight in transforming old damaged furniture into modern and of course, functional pieces. When dealing with over 150 dining sets each year, it's inevitable that a percentage of those will require repairing before upcycling. Filling cracks, repairing dents, sanding out Continue Reading
How it all BeganFebruary 22, 2018by My Vintage Home-It is funny to think that all of this started with one dining room table and chairs and a sideboard. How our furniture business, which if I'm honest takes up probably 80% of our time each and every day, all started with one dining room table and 6 chairs and a sideboard.
Introducing OurselvesFebruary 22, 2018by My Vintage Home-I'll introduce myself first as I am writing this blog :) If you have had the time to read our first blog you will realise that I will most likely be found with a paint brush in my hand, and usually pretty scruffy if I'm honest.
Introducing Our New Furniture & Accessories RangeJanuary 22, 2018by My Vintage Home-In 2017 we got to thinking, we can supply up-cycled furniture and I can usually hunt down a lot of items that our customers want, but sometimes it just wasn't possible.