Interiors: Finding a new look by old means

Antique dealers have noticed a shift in the market, with increasingly younger consumers showing interest in time-proven pieces

25th April, 2021
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As the world continues to shift to a home-centric state, those of us concerned about Zoom backgrounds and home office setups know that very little scratches the interior design itch like a good, solid piece of furniture.

As retail increasingly moves online, antique dealers who sell time-proven pieces are seeing the emergence of a new market – young, environmentally conscious and digital-forward.

Keen to foster and encourage this new generation of buyers, members of the...

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