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Arriving through the front door is like entering a charming French Brocante


The antique lights Zoë and Tom source are renovated in-store, to an exacting standard, whilst Tom’s original lighting creations made from up-cycled materials are unique, bold and stylish. Models such as the copper pipe candelabras and chandeliers made from old bobbins are quickly becoming trademark pieces that could earn a place in any high-end design environment.


Their in-house renovation studio is also home to Annie Sloan Chalk Paint™ painting workshops, run weekly by Zoë. Attendees are taught techniques and methods for up-cycling old furniture to achieve a decorative vintage look, akin to French and Swedish 19th century pieces.


Zoë and Tom offer a whole interior scheme service with advice on colour matching, fabrics, furniture and tailored light installations. Whether you are looking to renovate an entire house, redecorate one room, or simply adopt a little of the charming style rarely seen in modern day furnishings, Agapanthus Interiors is an inspiring place for those who favour a warm and elegant abode and who value service instilled with passion, knowledge and care.


by Samuel Buckley images by Sven Eselgroth 61


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