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Period Ideas Magazine - March 10
Gustavian style blends rustic charm with aristocratic grace - 19th Century Painted sideboard
BBC Homes & Antiques - August 09
'The fabric of time' - 1970's Table Lamp with pink shade, Dark Wood Blanket Box
Living Etc - April 09
The Old Cinema features in Living Etc as one of London's trendiest vintage and retro dealers.
BBC Homes & Antiques - February 09 'Get The Look'
A beautiful chest by Cockerell & Clarke London, available at The Old Cinema
BBC Homes & Antiques January 09 'Genius of the Lamp'
The BBC feature The Old Cinema in an article about vintage lighting
Designed in Republic's 'utilitarian meets kitsch' imitable style, the stores entrance fascia is framed with iron girders, exposed brick and pipe work and natural materials offset by candy coloured chandeliers, flocked wallpapers and music fly posters, with furnishings from The Old Cinema.
BBC Homes & Antiques - November 08 'Vintage style for modern living'
The BBC feature The Old Cinema in an article about how to mix classic and contemporary.
Ideal Home Magazine - September 08 'Vintage Finds'
Jenny Hastie recommends The Old Cinema's weekly stock update via email.
Silverfall Music Video - August 08
Silverfall use the front of The Old Cinema to shoot the music video for their new single 'Movies'.
Sixties Magazine – May 08
Japanese publication Sixties include The Old Cinema in a piece about western culture.
"Local legend, THE OLD CINEMA, is well worth a trip to Chiswick in its own right. This unique and enormous antiques emporium is packed to the rafters. Mid-century modern pieces rub shoulders (or arms) with Victorian bedsteads, there are clocks, mirrors and jewellery from the past 200 years and a cool collection of vintage fashion" "A stimulating and eccentric environment" "THE OLD CINEMA is well known for its carefully selected retro gems, such as 1950's film-noir posters. It means the man in your life doesn’t need to spend hours picking through mounds of junk in second-hand shops to look impeccably tasteful"