Antiques By Design is an innovative company that uses a combination of antiques, reclaimed items and old materials to create beautiful and unique interior and exterior pieces.
Antiques by design MD Guy Chenevix-Trench is now an artisan for the BBC programme 'Money for Nothing' & 'Celebrity Money for Nothing' up-Cycling many unusual items into designer lighting for them to sell.
We offer a bespoke service especially to Interior Designers, Hotel, Restaurant & Bar world, with our widespread sourcing, we will be able to meet your personal requests and designs. Commission work is always gladly taken on and we enjoy working with your ideas to create original and distinctive pieces. Please call to discuss your requirements.
We are now able to offer a custom reclaimed lighting service, we can turn your favourite items into beautiful decorative lamps, such as old sports equipment, musical instruments, tools etc. Have a look at our Reclaimed lighting section above to see examples of our work, if you are interested please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Antiques By Design reclaim and restore Victorian and Regency iron and traditional wooden windows. They are then imaginatively converted into strikingly distinctive decorative mirrors.
We have a creative selection of reclaimed sporting and musical memorabilia, antique farming implements, and other unusual and archaic items which are hand crafted into luxury lamps and chandeliers of all sizes.
The Company customises aged galvanised cattle water tanks into console, coffee, kitchen and pub tables. We also stock other antique and garden furniture which can also be made to order to add a unique style to any space.
Some of the 2018 fairs that you can see Guy's creative ideas
|23th - 28th January||Battersea Decorative Winter Fair, London|
|17th -22nd April||Battersea Decorative Spring Fair, London|
|1st - 3rd June||Salvo Salvage Fair. Fawley outside Henley|
|30th Aug - 2nd Sept||Burghley Horse trails. Stamford|
|2rd - 7th October||Battersea Decorative Autumn Fair, London.|
We are situated in the South East of England approximately 40 miles East of London in Essex near the historic coastal town of Maldon on the River Blackwater.