Take the door adjacent to Dawn Hill Antiques, up to the second floor, prepare to be amazed. As you move from room to room of Upstairs Antiques it's like you're walking through time, displayed with disarming simplicity.
The Upstairs group includes veteran furniture designer Barry Strom, who moved his 20-year-old American and Continental furniture and lighting business to New Preston last year. He is joined by his wife, Rebecca, an expert in 19th century Chinese antiques.
Conservator and art restorer Glenn Allard of Patina, has expanded his space and is offering American furniture of the 18th and 19th centuries as well as a great collection of early brass and copper accessories.
The Nemati Collection specializes in rugs of artistic merit. The proprietor, Darius Nemati, is a second-generation rug dealer servicing interior designers and private clients with most unusual rugs from many parts of the world.
John Peden indulges his passion for vintage instruments at Peden’s Vintage, featuring a collection of Pre-CBS Fender amplifiers and his picks of the best vinyl, and advertising clocks from the 50s featuring names such as Fender and RCA Victor.
New to the second floor is Brocante, inspired by the famous Paris flea market at “Porte de Clignancourt” and antique markets around France. Brocante combines garden antiques, vintage pieces, textiles, and paintings. A fun atmosphere where you can find treasures at affordable prices.
11 Main Street