I find I want the craftsmanship and exquisite details that come with beautiful, one-off pieces, but can by no means justify spending huge amounts of money.
Marcia M, London, i have my eye.
Mid-century furniture from the Fifties, Sixties and Seventies is very popular from Scandinavia, Italy and France but increasingly buyers are looking for British-made products.
This is partly why there has been a rise in interest for pieces of local history, Zhang Ferron adds.
Buying the authentic pieces themselves or others from the same era doesnt have to cost a fortune, though.For many people of my generation, buying grown-up furniture is a stressful experience and can feel like a life-time commitment.Luke Edward Hall, wrapping paper and Christmas cards by illustrator Susannah Garrod, bespoke charm necklaces by Theodora Warre and edible goodies from Farm Girl.Vinterior showcases 6,000 items of stock hand-picked from professional dealers and interior designers who know the provenance of each piece.A leather wingback chair sold for 30.You can find out more about the cookies we use here.Sandrine Zhang Ferron left investment banking to start Vinterior, a curated online marketplace selling vintage and design furniture, after she spent three months traipsing around gin tasting gift box shops and scouring eBay and Gumtree to furnish her home.You can also set up alerts to be notified after an auction how much an item eventually sold for.Not really, it was never my plan to become an entrepreneur, although I have always worked in small, entrepreneurial structures.
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