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Office Location

Location: 1435 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10128
Call: 917-495-6505
Email: adornantiques@gmail.com
Hours: Monday – Saturday 10AM – 5PM

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Gallery Space

Location: 441 Canal St, Stamford, CT 06902
Call: 203-325-4019
Email: adornantiques@gmail.com
Hours: Monday – Sunday 10AM – 6PM

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AboutEst. 2007

Adorn Antiques was established to be a unique source of fine decoration for todays’  interiors.  Their vision is to offer a stylish inventory of fine antiques and decoration, carefully selected to add elegance and panache, to the traditional or modern home. From early days to the modern era, great design lives on, and great design always works.

Owner Linda R Coghlan’s background is in appraisal studies, and has received the “very best decorative arts education possible – working for a world class dealer.”

Coghlan has developed a substantial body of knowledge and a discerning eye upon which she is able to build.  Her inventory range is from the late 18th through the middle of the 20th century, reflecting a personal fondness for the Regency period and all things unique and wonderful.

Primary Areas of Expertise

Late 18th and 19th century furniture and decoration; Continental fine art and decoration; 19th and 20th century lighting.

  • Decorative Objects: British, Continental (European)
  • Furniture: Continental, English & Irish
  • Lighting: Candelabra, Lamps, Wall Lights
From the Dealer

“Innovation is often the ability to reach into the past and bring back what is good, what is beautiful, what is useful, what is lasting”.

-Sister Parish

Seasoned designers understand that great interiors are created not only by virtue of architecture but by content. A selection of antiques can adorn a modern look to great effect. Likewise, modern elements can embolden traditional interiors. Eclectic interiors are successful when content is thoughtfully chosen. Finding antiques that will work requires a knowledge of the past, reaching back to ‘what is good’, in order to reach forward.

Please enjoy my collection of antique finds that I have chosen, a result of my continuous search for ‘what is good’ and ‘what is useful’.

-Linda Coghlan

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