Recently, by browsing
Instagram and Pinterest, I came across some beautiful pictures of elegant
interiors and gorgeous antique furniture pieces and objects, that caught
my eye. I soon discovered that most of the images were initially found
at the Pinterest and Instagram page of Nicolas Horsch, owner of Horsch Antiques and Interior Design.

Horsch Antiques and Interior
Design
 is run by husband and wife team Charlotte and Nicolas
Horsch, both art historians. Their showroom is located in the beautiful rural
village of Ashausen, about twenty minutes drive from Hamburg, Germany.
They are both passionate about Gustavian, Belgian and French antiques and love
to mix antique pieces with Mid-Century Modern, 20th Century Design, Asian
ceramics and unusual finds.They are
one of the leading specialists in Scandinavian Mora and
 Bornholm clocks and have been dealing in this field since the 1990’s.

I
was enchanted by the beautiful antiques pieces, visiting
the website of this company I hadn’t heard about before. Today I
am pleased to introduce you to Horsch Antiques and Interior Design.
 Setting at the Horsch Interiors showroom in Ashausen,
Germany.  A mix of Gustavian & Belgian furniture.   Image source Horsch Interiors Facebook page


 Mora clock, Swedish Baroque chair, Belgian table and
Belgian hand made pottery jar lamp.   Image
source Horsch Interiors Pinterest page
 

Chinese Han style pottery
lamps and earthenware pots.   Image source Horsch
Interiors website

Bleached oak, Chinese Han pottery and hand painted chinoiserie Limoges
coffee cups.   Image source Horsch
Interiors Instagram page
 Horsch Interiors even offers a full interior
design service and creates warm and elegant interiors by using authentic
materials and antiques.
Their website page ‘Interior Design’ is currently under construction, but very soon
Nicolas and Charlotte will share pictures of their recent finished projects.
Here is a sneak peek into the hall of a recently
finished project. Very chic and very promising !
Interior design by Horsch Interiors.   Image source Horsch Interiors
Instagram page


 I absolutely love this Zoffany wallpaper as
backdrop for the mantelpiece still at the house of Charlotte and
Nicolas.   Image
source Horsch Interiors Instagram page

Beautiful built in cabinet, made from a French
18thC LXV placard and a Louis XVI window, that Charlotte and
Nicolas installed at a client’s house.   Image source Horsch Interiors
Facebook page

Exceptional and unusually decorated ca 1840 Danish Bornholm Clock.   Image
source Horsch Interiors website


 Detail of a beautiful and richly carved late
Gustavian Sofa, Sweden ca. 1790- 1810   Image source Horsch Interiors
website

To see more of all the gorgeous antique
pieces Charlotte and Nicolas have to offer, please visit their recently
renewed website at https://www.horschinteriors.com/
Or follow Horsch Antiques on InstagramFacebook and Pinterest.
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Dear readers and friends, as this is my last post of
this year, I wish you all a great end of the year and a Happy, Healthy and
Prosperous New Year !
xx

Greet