Pigment and Patina opens in Islington

A mouth-watering new store for lovers of antique French furniture and home accessories has just opened in Islington, named Pigment and Patina. The shop has been launched by interior decorators Nicholas Carr-Forster and Stephan Oberwegner, who are specialising in rustic-looking mirrors, hemp textiles, ceramics and enamel ware.

The designers describe the  new shop as the ‘leading London specialist for painted 18th and 19th century painted antique country furniture from south west France, decorative objects, vintage linen and accessories.’ A bespoke service is also available.

1 Comment on “Pigment and Patina opens in Islington”

  1. #1 decorator toronto
    on Feb 23rd, 2011 at 5:59 pm

    I heard that Pigment and Patina has a great work of art. I would love to visit the place one day and meet Nicholas Carr-Forster and Stephan Oberwegner.

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