Vintage Home Living provides a range of services to suit your furniture refinishing needs.

We have a selection of refinished pieces ready to purchase. If you do not see a piece that suits your needs, you can choose from our range of ‘raw’ stock or we can endeavour to source it for you. You can then have your chosen item refinished to your requirements, giving you a genuinely bespoke vintage piece of refinished furniture for your home.

Do you have a cherished item that doesn’t match your decor, but have neither the time or space to refinish it? We see many family heirlooms, alongside recent used bargains and long-owned items requiring updating to suit their owners’ tastes. It is far better to have that orange pine chest of drawers painted, than send it to landfill! Simply email us pictures for a no obligation quote and visit our workshop to discuss your requirements.

We offer free local collection and delivery within a 10 mile radius – restricted to the size of the item, but can put you in touch with a local removal company for a quote.

If you have a project of your own and require paint and accessories, we offer friendly, helpful advice on methods and the items you may need, without pressure to buy. The products we stock are those which we ourselves use in our workshop and therefore recommend for being friendly to both you and the environment and all paints, varnishes and paint stripper are water based too. 

Telephone ordering is now available! – we’ll take your card payment upon ordering and will notify you when your order is ready for collection. You simply pull up at the door and we’ll carry it out to your vehicle! (Terms apply)

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any queries. Thank you for your interest and we look forward to meeting you!


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  • The Club Chair
    by Angela Elliott on March 28, 2016 at 9:48 pm

    My parents are retired and have recently started a new hobby. That is looking out for interesting pieces for me to work on! Shortly after I began trading, they turned up one morning with a trailer full of chairs! When I say trailer full, they were packed into the car pulling it as well and