We all love discovering new Instagram accounts to follow. Check out these hand-picked feeds for reams of visually-inspiring antiques…
The Old Cinema
The Chiswick-based antiques department store deals out of an old cinema building (hence the name). Follow it for behind-the-scenes snaps of its impressive stock and brilliantly off-the-wall vintage finds.
Member of LAPADA and specialist in decorative antiques, James Gooch at Doe & Hope prides himself on a unique style, describing it as ‘a concoction of old money, dramatic decorative and faded gentility’. If that doesn’t make you want to follow its romantic and moody feed on Instagram, we can’t think what will.
RE (as in, ‘RE-found Objects’) was born in a converted workshop in rural Northumberland in 2003 and continues to provide some of the quirkiest one-off pieces on the market. Its Instagram is a mixture of shots of the shop and of their unusual salvaged and recycled products.
The Mint List
The Mint List is a riot of quirky vintage and antique finds, accessories, furniture and homeware. Follow the Instagram for its latest products and lifestyle pictures.
Decorative Antiques UK
This East Sussex-based antiques shop specialises in European antiques and is owned by Minnie Craske. Follow her on Instagram for beautifully curated photography, sneak-peeks at her latest products and a couple of very cute dogs.
This online antiques powerhouse not only sells a huge range of stunning pieces but has an inspiring Instagram account too. Follow it for lashings of antiques ideas from the best dealers and interior designers all over the world.
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