Press

Kitsch Attic has featured in numerous magazines, blogs and newspapers. Please follow the links below to take a look at the articles.

 

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Vogue Magazine

Kitsch Attic is delighted to feature in the March and April 2014 edition of Vogue magazine.

“This striking chair has been traditionally upholstered by Kitsch Attic, a top furniture and home wares company based in Cornwall. Distinctive and bespoke pieces all made with the highest quality materials and unusual fabrics – the perfect place to find a one off gem!”…

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Financial Times

“The out-of-the-city craft fair can be a somewhat hit-and-miss experience, with a hodge-podge of hobbyists putting forward their best – and sometimes brilliant – efforts. But the Cornwall Design Fair has taken the traditional showcase of local designer-makers to a new level. Started in 2009 by Hidden Art Cornwall – the south-west arm of the award-winning not-for-profit membership organisation that helps designer-makers develop their businesses – the fair comprises the pick of Cornish creativity”…

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Lottie Loves

“I am starting the week with the work of Cornish restorer and upholsterer Louise of Kitsch Attic… She takes old, worn out furniture and makes it wonderful again…  Don’t you just love it? My favourite has to be the moose head!”…

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The Independent

“When a design fair crops up outside of London, it serves as a reminder that creative talent is not confined to the capital. Now in its sixth year, the Hidden Art Cornwall Design Fair is promising to prove that the region has what it takes. Later this month (20-21 August), over 70 designer-makers including Louise Dart, Charlotte Tangye and Nicholas Langan, will gather at Trereife House in Penzance, Cornwall”…

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Sunday Telegraph

“Few objects are as undeservedly popular as Vladimir Tretchikoff’s Chinese Girl, or The Green Lady. Dating from 1950, this piece of art has long been a fixture on living room walls. It is strange, since the painting’s only real merit is being almost incredibly bad.

It’s even odder when one considers that while the kitchen is filled with transience (children’s toys, lists and Lady Gaga on the radio), living rooms tend to be where we make statements about the more permanent things in our lives”…

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Making Magazine

In August 2012 Kitsch Attic featured in Making magazine.