Oh decorative tiles, let me count the ways I can use thee. Decorative tiles are an easy way to show off your interior design skills across your home.
More auction houses have returned to the rostrum with online-only sales and among the highlights of some upcoming auctions are luxury antiques guaranteed to bring a touch of glamour to your home.
Treat yourself to a luxury experience in your own home on a budget with an Art Deco makeover for your bedroom.
‘Antique’ doesn’t have to mean eye-wateringly expensive. Often the opposite, in fact. And you also have the immense satisfaction that in recycling, instead of buying brand new, you are of course Saving The World.
More time sitting at home? Why not spruce up your interior style with some smart items at online auctions
To obey social distancing guidance we are all at home much more so this is the perfect time to search online for some key items to brighten up your home.
From the thousands of lots that appear at auctions every week on thesaleroom.com, here we focus on three exceptional lots bought by online bidders this month.
Table toppers: five options at an Oxfordshire auction so you can give a flat refusal to the flat pack
Is the look of your interior decoration falling flat? Auctions offer a range of furniture that has stood the test of time, or more recent 'in the style of' cheaper buys to spruce up your home. And antique means 'sustainable' of course.
Dreweatts is staging a showpiece sale next week: the private collection of the architect Sir William Whitfield (1920-2019).
Robert ‘Mousey’ Thompson (1876-1955) was an English craftsman inspired by the British vernacular tradition, and his highly sought-after furniture is often marked by a small carved mouse.
A Cartier brooch, a Lalique medallion and a Christopher Dresser dish - what to buy at auction in the coming week
With estimates from £200-4000 here are five previews of items offered at auctions on thesaleroom.com in the next six days.