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A New Showroom For Classic Revivals

Classic Revivals is an exclusive distributor of Modellers of Antique furniture in South AfricaAfter almost two years of rebuilding and restoring their showroom, Classic Revivals finally opened its doors to the public.

The look of the newly revamped showroom has changed to a new eclectic mix of furniture. It ranges from Classic, Modern Classic to chic Contemporary designs. A true eclectic ambience seamlessly blends design with functionality to cater to a global audience.

Classic Revivals also specialise in the manufacture of traditional and contemporary bespoke furniture, crafted to the highest quality. With a legacy that has endured more than six decades it comes as little surprise that Classic Revivals’ craftsmanship is the South African benchmark for furniture heirlooms of future generations.

This family business was started by brothers Atillio and Agostiono Rech who brought their inherited fine crafting skills from the foothills of the Italian Dolomite Mountains in the 1950’s and established their ‘Modellers’ workshop in Johannesburg.

Today, as Classic Revivals, the business remains family-run boasting two elegant showrooms in Johannesburg’s Parktown North and De Waterkant in Cape Town.

From antique reproduction to more contemporary designs, Classic Revivals remains synonymous with the finest crafting using premium materials.

A continued investment in sustainability through responsible timber sourcing and the constant advancement of the skills of their master craftsmen remains paramount to Classic Revivals’ work ethic.

Whether on the lookout for a customised signature piece or contemplating a comprehensive decorative overhaul they are proud to offer professional and highly experienced services.

Be sure to pop in and visit the newly revamped showroom to gain access to the fascinating finds and services now available from Classic Revivals.

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