Dec­o­rat­ing

Mix­ing an­tiques with con­tem­po­rary fur­ni­ture will give your in­te­rior a unique char­ac­ter and direc­tion, writes Liz Mor­ris

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so you want to in­vest in an­tiques? We’ve got you

Build­ing up a lay­ered in­te­rior that re­flects your per­sonal style bio is the decor equiv­a­lent of a su­perbly cu­rated fash­ion sense. You need a bit of his­tory to show what you know, and for that you need time to col­lect and com­pose. The Crown Col­lec­tion can fast-track your col­lect­ing time­line by of­fer­ing a range of cu­ri­ous and clas­si­cal an­tique and vin­tage fur­ni­ture for you to cu­rate on site into a lan­guage of remixed clas­sics and her­itage pieces that will scale up the style stakes with­out tak­ing an age to do it.  the­crown­col­lec­tion.co.za

VIN­TAGE CON­TI­NEN­TAL CARVED WAL­NUT AND RAT­TAN SETTEE, R16 800

EARLY 18TH­CEN­TURY FRENCH PROVENÇAL WAL­NUT ARMOIRE, R75 000; RIGHT: GILDED WROUGHT-IRON TA­BLE WITH MIR­ROR TOP, R16 800

JAR­RAH WOOD RE­FEC­TORY TA­BLE, R55 000;

RIGHT: CON­TI­NEN­TAL CARVED OAK ARM­CHAIR, R18 500

19TH-CEN­TURY DUTCH CARVED OAK TA­BLE, R19 800

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