Kevin, a northern chef, met Jenni, a southern book editor, at the beginning of the 21st century. Sharing a passion for history and an admiration of interesting interiors, they travelled to as many places in the world as they could afford, to develop their style and learn a bit about business.
By 2010, with their three children in tow, Kevin and Jenni founded a business in the East of England, selling decorative antiques and homewares at local markets and county fairs.
The ensuing decade+ of hard work, steep learning curves, and constant buying and selling, have enabled Kevin and Jenni to grow what has become the family business – HAIRSINES – into a charming showcase of decorative antique homeware, paintings, carvings and primitive folkart.
Quarried from a blend of international trade fairs, street brocantes, vide greniers, flea markets and private collectors, HAIRSINES' stock aspires to the aesthetic:
...the timeless beauty of age-worn materials...
Buy from HAIRSINES online via Instagram: @HAIRSINES
Buy from HAIRSINES in person:
• Ardingly Antiques Fair (IACF) in the UK (SA 3&4) • The St Neots studio (please call to arrange your visit)