The store

Contact details

Vintage Addict, Quai de la Dérivation


Quai de la Dérivation 9
4020 Liège

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Address

Vintage Addict
Quai de la Dérivation 9
4020 Liège
TVA  : BE0668.398.195

Contact

GSM : +32 477 63 53 81
Email : lasuccession@gmail.com

Schedule

  • SATURDAY FROM 12.00 to 18.00

Restoration workshop

Paul is the hand of Vintage Addict. For several years now, each piece has gone through his workshop: cleaning, sanding, woodwork treatment… Whether it’s a Scandinavian sideboard in teak or rosewood, a French modernist desk in oak or an Italian armchair, no species has any secrets for him. And there is no way I’m going to show you a vintage piece of furniture without his prior approval!

Travelling in time… In all weathers.

Our hours are short, our weeks are long!

Opening only on Saturdays and Sundays from 2pm to 6pm allows us to fully dedicate ourselves to the search for new vintage furniture.

Vintage Addict is connected to a large network in Belgium, France and Denmark… Since 2009, many private individuals also offer us their treasures hidden in their cellars and attics!

Restoration workshop

A small preview of our vintage store! With more than 500M2 now dedicated to vintage furniture, vintage lighting and vintage decoration of the 20th century!

We offer, depending on the availability, a varied selection of big names (and smaller ones) in design:

French: Pierre Guariche, Joseph-André Motte, Michel Mortier, Marcel Gascoin, Mathieu Matégot, Jacques Hitier, René Prou, René Gabriel, Suzanne Guiguichon, Alain Richard, Pierre & Edouard Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand, Jacques Adnet, René-Jean Caillette, Guermonprez, André Monpoix, Roger Landault, Gautier-Delaye, Gustave Gautier, Louis Sognot, André Sognot, Pierre Paulin, Adrien and Frida Audoux-Minet and many others…

Belgian: Willy Van der Meeren, Alfred Hendrickx, Pieter de Bruyne, Emiel Veranneman, Georges Van Rijk, …

Scandinavian: Hans Wegner, Finn Juhl, Ib Kofod Larsen, Arne Jacobsen, Verner panton, Borge Mogensen, Kaare Klint, Arne Vodder, Ole Wanscher, poul Kjaerholm, Illum Wikelso, Poul Henningsen…

And of course other period pieces from Germany and Italy.

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