Antique Pine Imports Limited is a totally unique company that we are proud to have in Chester, and amongst many other things – is the UK’s largest dealer of antique pine – with over 650 pieces currently in stock.
Glenn and his hard-working team deliver the highest quality all over Europe, and purchase furniture from all over the world, including the stunning pieces of teak furniture from Indonesia as well as painted hardwood from India.
Glenn and the guys will also finish your chosen piece of furniture in whatever paint style / colour / wax you like – personally I love the Farrow and Ball paint finishes, the gorgeous ‘greige’ colour ‘elephants breath’ is my favourite… and they can also source whatever it is that you desire for your home or business, just tell them what you want!
I was so excited to learn so much more about Glenn’s amazing business during my visit – the best bit being that he recently supplied a stunning leather hold-all and a lovely antique cabinet to the latest Bond movie Spectre … and both of these items are available to purchase right now (amongst many others also lent to 007!).
Not only is the shop open 7 days a week to the general public (its worth a trip just to have a Sunday afternoon mooch plus there is plenty of free parking!), but Glenn also provides a bespoke interior design and shop fitting service where he can create pretty much anything you need from superb quality recycled pine and teak. He also sources a range of industrial items, which are perfect for independent bars, restaurants and uber-cool clothing shops. Glenn works with individual unit business owners and national chains alike.
They even provide a wedding list service!!
Antique Pine Imports Ltd is such a varied and diverse business which has grown and grown over recent years – and is still very much family run. It is a ‘Living Wage’ employer and still stays true to the strong principles set out many years ago.
Pop in to have a look around and to meet Glenn. This incredible furniture and interiors emporium is right on your doorstep in Mickle Trafford, about 4 miles from the city centre.