Friday, August 31

Brownrigg Antiques

19th Century Neoclassical Swedish Sofa


19th Century Bleached and Limed Dinning Chairs

A visit to Brownrigg showroom in Petworth, West Sussex proves that London is not the end-all and be-all when it comes to sourcing quality antiques.

International designers and those in the know make it their business to visit Brownrigg. Consistently regarded as the best dealer outside London, its showroom is packed with classic antiques, unusual furniture, 18th century paintings, modern art and sculpture. Even if you can’t make it to Brownrigg, you must visit their website. Not only is it a great resource, it’s a visual treat as well.

11 comments:

The Peak of Chic said...

Wow! I've got to remember this showroom next time I'm over there!

the House of Beauty and Culture said...

I highly recommend Brownrigg it isone of the best, if not the best source in Petworth. Such lovely people to deal with as well.

girl meets glamour said...

Wow, what beautiful pieces...another place to add to my...when in London list :)

~Kate

katiedid said...

What a great resource! Thank you Ronda for sharing.

ALL THE BEST said...

Yes Jennifer! And, if you come this, way we can meet there and shop!

ALL THE BEST said...

Thanks for the confirmation HBC! It’s the people that can make all the difference in a good shop and a great shop!

ALL THE BEST said...

Kate,
you, Jennifer and I will all have to go shopping!

ALL THE BEST said...

It's a great and fun site to browse Katie! Hope all is well with your remodel.

franki durbin said...

nice bones. The Swedish sofa and the chair are just sublime. The legs on both of them....but the sofa with it's three legs per corner...such detail. My brain is filled with upholstering ideas for these.

ALL THE BEST said...

Isn't the sofa great Franki! I love the 3 legs on each corner, just fab!!

George said...

Brownrigg Update.

Dear All ,

We are please to announce the opening of another store after the summer in London .
Check our web for details .
www.brownrigg-interiors.com

Regards,

George Perez-Martin