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    Default Anyone have stag furniture in the past?

    Michael picked this up for me last night, I'm obsessed

    Idk what the proper term is tbh, stag? Stag minstrel?

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    Yes, I did many, many years ago in my married home Looks to be in good condition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omi View Post
    Yes, I did many, many years ago in my married home Looks to be in good condition.
    Yea it is! I was surprised actually I was expecting more damage tbh



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    thats a brave choice of carpet colour with house bunnies & a toddler

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    That's a nice piece of 'proper' furniture (ie not flat pack). Chests of drawers were really popular when I was clearing out a couple of houses - then I looked at prices at Ikea and realised why.

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    There is a lot of interest in Stag furniture, as there is in G Plan. Minstrel was very popular and, of course Stag, is 'proper' furniture. I have some G Plan Springtime bedroom furniture (elm) - most G Plan was teak. Some interesting Facebook groups. Unfortunately some items have been 'upcycled' , with original legs being removed and replaced with those spindly ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    thats a brave choice of carpet colour with house bunnies & a toddler
    Yea my stairs are white and black stripe also brave, but yea all upstairs is off white carpet

    The room carpets are man made tho and can be bleached apparently! The stairs and landings are 100% wool tho, I'm most worried about them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shimmer View Post
    That's a nice piece of 'proper' furniture (ie not flat pack). Chests of drawers were really popular when I was clearing out a couple of houses - then I looked at prices at Ikea and realised why.
    Yea they aren't that cheap anymore I don't think

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babsie View Post
    There is a lot of interest in Stag furniture, as there is in G Plan. Minstrel was very popular and, of course Stag, is 'proper' furniture. I have some G Plan Springtime bedroom furniture (elm) - most G Plan was teak. Some interesting Facebook groups. Unfortunately some items have been 'upcycled' , with original legs being removed and replaced with those spindly ones.
    Yea it's becoming popular again!

    Ooo I was looking at G Plan too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post
    Yea it's becoming popular again!

    Ooo I was looking at G Plan too

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    Ercol furniture used to be quite nice too. Different style, but very solid.

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