Browse through the antique furniture lookbook to view our beautiful portfolio of client interiors. Each of these clients have used Wallrocks high quality antiques to furnish their space and each has done so in a very different way. It’s not always easy to envisage how antiques will look once restored and incorporated into rooms and this gallery is designed to provide inspiration for how these beautiful pieces can be incorporated into modern and traditional homes for a dramatic result.
The following eight images are an excellent example of just how seamless antiques can blend into a contemporary home. They bring warmth, soul and interest to interiors. They are useful and, most importantly, exceptionally beautiful!
This rare 19th century seven piece suite is beautifully blended in its new surroundings.
Splashes of vibrant blue and green set off this beautiful honey coloured pair of French Art Deco amboyna bedside tables.
"I have been delighted with working with you. It has been a real pleasure to work with someone who lets me have crazy ideas and then works to bring them into something very nice to live with. Lyndon is also meticulous and really brings out the best in each piece."
This 19th century Italian marquetry bureau makes a beautiful statement in this elegant Ascot entry.
It's the context that defines the piece - 19th century Italian bureau.
18th Century French commode a wonderful talking point
Pair French Art Deco Bedsides compliment this pretty space
19th century French chinoiserie bed takes centre stage in this luxurious master bedroom.
Paired with 19th century marquetry commodes
Sydney based interior designer Jeff Patterson incorporates 18th century French provincial bookcase into beautiful living room
Taken up residence in a beautiful Adelaide home, this table has been very cleverly balanced against the other fine pieces in the room.
This exceptional table comprised of the finest quality book-matched burr walnut, solid tulipwood, boxwood inlays and exceptional quality ormolu. 'The natural figuring of the wood gives the impression the entire piece is made of marble.'
This 19th century French iron outdoor table would certainly have started out life with some form of stone top. Wallrocks recently selected a beautiful piece of quartzite and had it cut and a moulded edge fitted ready for its position in a beautiful garden. The rust coloured lines that run through the stone highlight beautifully the russet tones of the iron base.
One of the most significant pieces of antique lighting to pass through our hands
Incorporating a feature antique piece into a modern home
Stalled Espresso feature Wallrocks table and chandeliers for private dinner
A pair of Wallrocks 19th century decorated garden urns looking magnificent in front of this beautiful Melbourne home
Pair 19th Century French Gilded Armchairs, Circa 1890
Our client re-purposed a 19th century English mahogany dining table as a stunning boardroom table alongside his contemporary shelving. A 19th century English swivel desk chair looks inviting beside a minimalist contemporary lamp.
19th century Napoleon III French secretaire paired with French Art Deco Desk and matching chair
France, Italy and England sit side by side so it's not surprising that motifs in their furniture cross over at times. This magnificent pair of English armchairs look wonderful with this 19th century italian centre table
19th century alabaster of Bacchus meets Australian beachside
The straight lines of this pair of 19th Century French Louis XVI fauteuil armchairs looked fabulous against this modern residence
Stunning Regency card table becomes magnificent bedside table in this beautiful bedroom
19th century French walnut three door bookcase
19th century French settee
Silk damask wallpaper sets off exceptional 19th century French marquetry walnut display cabinet
By pairing this 19th century French Louis XVI centre table with a pair of armchairs by famous 19th century designer Charles Mellier and contemporary artwork by Shiloh Englebretch, each item is relieved and balanced by the other
Rejuvenating a beautiful 19th century French Louis XV bergere armchair