Posted on June 24, 2016
The Antiques Curio & Salvage Barn is repeatedly a popular post on this blog. Perhaps it’s stuck in Google or something (no disrespect!) but it’s up there every month as a top post and yet the pictures have just not been doing it justice… Soo, last month, I revisited.
The Barn has evolved so much since the original post last March. The signature style that makes this place truly unique is even stronger. It is simply quite wonderful to walk round and renders one wishing for a large empty house to furnish. The original post is below this (so just keep scrolling).
ORIGINAL POST MARCH 12th 2015.
Last week I made the time to go to a place I’ve been meaning to visit for at least a year/eighteen months, the Antiques Curio & Salvage Barn, Harrogate. After seeing so many amazing posts in my Facebook feed from their page
I was compelled to pinpoint their location and pay a visit. It’s such a gem of a place I had to share with you.
The barn is a place you’d go when you want to find something unique for the home without it needing to be too specific. Antique furniture a plenty; there are chests of drawers, stone sinks, chandeliers, pictures, skulls and ancient pictures – artefacts of all kind can be found within the draughty doors. It has bags of charm and personality and so goes without saying that whatever you pick up there will also have oodles of character. These images were just taken on my phone as I wasn’t planning on doing a feature but couldn’t not once I’d been. Well worth a visit I say!
If looking for the barn, do not look for a sign saying “Antiques Curio & Salvage Barn” from the main road, I’ve passed it SO many times without knowing simply because the signposts only indicate the Farm Shop and John Cain furniture polishing. It’s literally a stones throw off the main Skipton to Harrogate Road (A59) and is ridiculously easy to swing into.