Ode to the Patina (the House of an English Antiquarian)

Ode to the Patina (the House of an English Antiquarian)
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I see my home as an art installation. So not so painful when it is dismantled. With a mixture of envy -Green’m not- too- and admiration -boquiabierta would like to share with you today this great cabinet of curiosities in which he has turned his house on 4 floors with sea views the Antiquarian installed in Brighton, Alex MacArthur, of which he has only reserving 3 or 4 holes for family life. Each space is an invitation to the mixture, decorate with antiques or selected, or said in five words a vintage pieces ode to the patina. If you see a piece you interested in the story, most are for sale on its website and apparently shipping internationally. I notice. · “I see my house as an art installation. That way, it’s not so painful when it’s taken apart. “This is what Brighton based antique dealer says Alex MacArthur About Her four-storey home by the sea, almost completely dedicated to display the treasures That She sells online Directly Also there but in her shop (Apparently she and ships worldwide). I can not describe with words how much I envy her for That:).