Matilda Goad’s Interiors Suggestions For Vintage Hunters

The artistic marketing consultant Matilda Goad at residence in Notting Hill, west London

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The majority of issues I personal – from my garments to my furnishings in my home – are second hand. I discover I need the craftsmanship and beautiful particulars that include stunning, one-off items, however can on no account justify spending large quantities of cash. Shopping for vintage solves this subject. I additionally love the joys of the chase: it’s so way more thrilling discovering a gem for a whole discount on the subject of furnishing your own home. If that sounds interesting, head to my first store, in London’s Sydney Avenue, the place I’ve curated a mixture of antiques, from classic rugs to lamps, and trendy items, together with cushions by Luke Edward Corridor, wrapping paper and Christmas playing cards by illustrator Susannah Garrod, bespoke appeal necklaces by Theodora Warre and edible goodies from Farm Woman. However when you’re pondering of setting off antiques-hunting alone, listed below are my high suggestions for unearthing treasure.

Matilda Goad’s pop-up store is open from 7-12 November, at 121 Sydney Avenue, London SW3 6NR

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