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While most people want their furniture and decor to look new, some just love that aged, antiqued look of shabby chic. This style of home decor feature pieces that look distressed and lovingly worn even when new. Shabby chic lovers favour these vintage-inspired pieces as they have character and offer that one-of-a-kind look.


For those who like a unique vintage look in their home, shabby chic furniture and home decor could be just the thing they need.

  • Shabby Chic Furniture

    Shabby Chic Furniture

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    A beautiful shabby chic bureau. Used in our hallway, refurbed by a previous owner with chalk paint and finished with a wax coat. Advertised as used, this is a vintage piece. Size: 760 wide 420 deep 10...
  • Shabby Chic Corner Unit Shelves Storage Cuboard Project French Furniture

    Shabby Chic Corner Unit Shelves Storage Cuboard Project French Furniture

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    Sold as seen - no key- no cupboard doors for the top Nice project for someone Comes with 2 removable glass corner shelves Size approx; 180cm high 65cm (across the middle) 37cm wide Cash on Collection ...
  • shabby chic furniture 6 drawer sideboard

    shabby chic furniture 6 drawer sideboard

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    Stunning piece of furniture.some slight marks.
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    shabby chic furniture

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    Here we have a matching pair x2of French antique chest of drawers in beautiful condition they cost new £975 for the pair.
  • Pretty Cabinet Cupboard Sideboard Shabby Chic

    Pretty Cabinet Cupboard Sideboard Shabby Chic

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    Pretty piece of shabby chic furniture. Cupboard/sideboard with drawers. We love this but have moved and no room for it. Solid wood A few marks (see photos) but doesn’t detract from its appeal. 120cms ...
  • French Chic/Shabby Chic Grey Washed Wooden Wall Unit With Drawers
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    French Chic/Shabby Chic Grey Washed Wooden Wall Unit With Drawers

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    A gorgeous french chic style grey washed wooden shelf/unit with double drawer base.
  • Shabby Chic French Style Cabinet With Wine Rack

    Shabby Chic French Style Cabinet With Wine Rack

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    2 drawer 2 shelf cream painted wine rack in French shabby chic finish. Used but in good condition. There are a few small scratches on the wooden top (see 2nd photo) and what appears to be scratched of...
  • White Shabby Chic French Chest Of Drawers

    White Shabby Chic French Chest Of Drawers

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    The drawers all slide perfectly and it is immaculate inside. Width 77cm Height 98cm Depth 47cm A few marks on the top, and some wax on one side but easily rectified with a light sand a touch of paint ...
  •  French Shabby chic cabinet

     French Shabby chic cabinet

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    French shabby chic cabinet, lovely for kitchen or bathroom.salvaged in France.
  • Solid Pine Welsh Dresser Shabby/french/chic Farmhouse

    Solid Pine Welsh Dresser Shabby/french/chic Farmhouse

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    Pine dresser in good condition all Draws and doors working fine, comes in 2 parts for travel , nice solid piece of furniture . Local pick up - or could arrange a local delivery for small fee.as I know...

About Shabby Chic

Shabby chic is a form of interior design that recreates the style associated with antique furniture and the accompanying accessories. The pieces are selected according to age, or they are deliberately altered to take on the shabby chic presentation. The style was invented by Rachel Ashwell. Her spartan upbringing trained her to spot the potential in items sold at flea markets. She developed a business that transformed abandoned furniture into stylish, desirable pieces. The term 'shabby chic' was coined by The World of Interiors magazine in the 1980s. Reminiscent of the refinements found in stately homes, the style soon gained widespread acceptance. The appeal of shabby chic rested on the understated beauty of objects that had a well-worn character. The fashion has now grown in popularity. The versatility of the style, coupled with the relatively low-priced availability of shabby chic items, has found an enthusiastic market for these pieces. The concepts of recycling and sustainability have become increasingly popular. Elegant yet simple, the designs often revolve around the use of white and its subtle variations. These shades are typically employed to contrast with delicate pastel colours and floral patterns. The distressed style is also prevalent. The intention of this look is to recreate furniture so that it looks very worn. The effect is achieved by deliberately flaking the paint and highlighting chips and gnarls present in the wood. Fresh flowers are often considered to be an important addition to the look. The style avoids anything that is ornate, or has perfect, polished finishes.