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Bluebells Galore!

This gorgeous Victorian solid pine chest of drawers circa 1870-1890, has been lovingly hand painted in a beautiful bluebell blue and distressed in Continue reading

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Ask The Expert – Removing Tannin Stains

If you have any questions on vintage furniture renovation, upcycling techniques, or need tips on how to care for you precious piece to keep it in tip-top condition, email your questions to resourcevintage@myresource.org.uk and we’ll do our very best to … Continue reading

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Poldark and Brooding

Poldark fever strikes Cornwall again as the filming starts this week for the much awaited second series of the Poldark/Warleggan saga. Continue reading

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Oh we do LOVE to be beside the seaside!

Whether you’ve just had a lovely few days on holiday by the sea, or you’re dreaming of your next trip to a relaxing watery paradise, it’s always comforting to bring a little of that seaside style into your home. There … Continue reading

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Court Cupboards

Court cupboards can date from as early as the 16th century, they were a notable feature in many an Elizabethan, and Tudor aristocratic household. The name ‘Court’ is thought to refer to the French word “courts” which when translated, means … Continue reading

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Ask the Expert! – Wood Reviver

With the launch of our first newsletter last month we have introduced ‘Ask the Expert!’   a great way for you find practical, tried and tested, advice on vintage furniture renovation, upcycling techniques, or tips on how to care for you precious … Continue reading

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