Only a 20 minute drive from Bognor, the charming market town of Arundel is well-known for its wide array of antique shops. Try spending a sunny afternoon wandering through the town, you’re bound to fall in love with some of the beautifully unique items that each shop has to offer. Here are some of our favourite antique shops in Arundel…
Spencer Swaffer Antiques
This lovely little shop offers a wide variety of antiques, from furniture to figurines, and the stock changes so regularly that every time you visit there are many new pieces to admire. Each antique has a story behind it, whether it’s a beautiful mahogany table or hand-crafted vase. Owned by a celebrated antiques dealer who works hard to acquire each unique piece, Spencer Swaffer Antiques is certainly a shop worth visiting.
Just a short walk from the high street is where you’ll find this quirky antique shop, housed in a warehouse that was once a part of Arundel Swallow Brewery. As well as their main collection, the owners also source and restore various items, painting and decorating them with a unique decoupage technique. They offer exquisite variety of decorative antique furniture, so pop in and take a look, you might find something you love.
Right next to Arundel Eccentrics is another charming shop, Harmony Antiques, where their aim is to offer interesting pieces at a reasonable price. From vintage to industrial every piece is different, but if you’re not sure what to look for then try browsing their enchanting showrooms and maybe you’ll find the perfect piece.
Nestled in the town centre is this pretty little antique store, bursting with a wide array of contemporary and traditional pieces. Their collection includes antiques for inside and out, and they boast a lovely assortment of decorative items and accessories. Open 7 days a week, this shop blends elegant glamour with country chic, and they’re bound to have a piece that will spike your interest.
Inside this quaint, country-style building is a family-run antique shop, just a few minutes stroll from the town centre. They house a wide variety of antique furniture, from decorative to practical, and even offer a selection of bespoke pieces. The owners double as interior designers and have worked on various design projects, from cafes, to kitchens, to conservatories, so there’s plenty to offer at French Loft.