| Sheila Howell
Antique lovers decorate their homes with unique pieces that tell a story and give personality to their home. Garden antiques bring history and flair to your outdoor living spaces. Antiques and architectural fragments such as statuary, benches and urns provide character and uniqueness to your garden. Extend your living areas by decorating your garden with antiques and vintage pieces.
Non-Traditional Garden Antiques:
How to Bring Your Indoor Antiques Outdoors
1. Demijohn With Lights
Antique demijohns are gorgeous and useful. Originally used to hold wine, they decorate and light up the garden when battery-operated string lights are inserted.
Antique and vintage mirrors bring light and dimension to the garden. An aged mirror adds depth when propped against a wall, and reflects beautiful plantings and scenes.
Antique chandeliers and candelabras give drama and height to your outdoor living spaces. Whether you use your antique chandeliers for lighting or repurpose them as birdfeeders or windchimes, or display them simply for their romantic beauty, antique chandeliers are charming garden antiques.
Antique rugs bring patina and warmth to the outdoors. Many traditional oriental rugs were made by nomad tribes and used outdoors in tents and on dirt floors. If your antique rug is not valuable or has noticeable wear and tear, in a covered outdoor patio or living space you have years more to enjoy the beauty of your rug.
European Finds has antique and vintage rugs, mirrors and chandeliers to add beauty to your indoor and outdoor living spaces available in our online antique warehouse. If you don't see what you are looking for, give us a call, and perhaps we can help you find the perfect piece! We also provide antique sourcing services if you are looking for a specific piece.