Even the smallest members of the family need a special place to sit. We have a delightful selection of children’s chairs for your wee ones.
19th C. English Windsor back oak child’s chair, $350
English black lacquer child’s chair with mother of pearl inlay and gilt decoration, $495
Late 19th C. Austrian bentwood child’s, $675
English oak child’s chair with a needlepoint seat c. 1820, $1,250
Early 19th C. English spindleback child’s chair with rush seat, $1,495
English painted folk art child’s chair c. 1900, $135
English Georgian child’s high with caned seat and back, $1,595
The October 2014 issue of Southern Living Magazine has an article entitled “How to Style Your Coffee Table” which was filled with a step by step guide. We found the article to be a useful reference of 5 steps for styling our own coffee table.
Step 1: Start with a tray, Step 2: Stack up books, Step 3: Vary the heights, Step 4: Layer on the accessories, Step 5: Finish off with fresh finds.
Here at Lovers we took the magazine’s ideas and made them our own. Instead of a tray, we started with an antique slate checkerboard. We stacked coffee table books, added brass candlesticks to vary the heights, which can be lit when entertaining, layered on accessories such as this 19th C. papier mache & leather horse and a horn spoon filled with pistachios for snacking. We finished off our look with double orchids. The orchids can be changed to reflect the season, such as Christmas poinsettias or Easter lilies.
See the Southern Living video here.
Who doesn’t need a table? Whether working, dining, wining, or reading, we all need tables to make our homes comfortable. There is nothing prettier than the patina of an antique table, rubbed by decades of human hands and wax.
Beside the chair for a coffee cup, beside the sofa for a lamp, beside the bed for a lamp and a book, in your dining room for hosting family Holiday meals, on the patio for summer entertaining, in your entry hall to welcome you and your guests home.
Our dealers shop the country sides of England, France and Texas to bring you the perfect table for the perfect spot in your home. Bring your measurements and come see our vast selection.
Privacy, decor, separation or delineation, antique screens can meet your needs. Use these beautiful old painted treasures as a piece of art in your home. Hang them as a headboard. Separate the panels and hang them up a staircase. Warm up an empty corner in your dining or living room.
Look for embossed leather screens, painted leather screens, Victorian decoupage screens, chinoiserie screens, even smaller fire screens to cover your fireplace. Those of us at Lovers Lane Antique Market love screens for their versatility, charm and warmth.
A 25 year collection of 19th century blue and white transfer ware used like wallpaper down a hallway. This would also be stunning flowing up a stairway.
Smaller collections can be used as a headboard.