Inessa Stewarts Antiques & Interiors Celebrates 21 Years in Business

antique letterBack in 1991 John and I opened our doors in a small antique gallery, and at the time we were the only two employees.  I discovered that I had a good eye for antiques, and enjoyed researching, buying and restoring them to bring out their inherent beauty.  It developed into a passion, and here we are 21 years later looking back at a career that has involved families and businesses from all over the continent and even beyond, bringing the joy and beauty of antiques to countless homes and offices.

Inessa Stewart's Antiques

From the beginnings in the gallery over two decades ago we’ve expanded to over 50,000 square feet in three showrooms and in two states, and have become a great resource for homeowners, interior designers, and builders to create one-of-a-kind environments.

Being from Europe, it was natural for me to be surrounded by antiques.  Starting in my early childhood, I remember antiquing with my mother and visiting museums, always fascinated with the history, quality and elegance of antiques.  Being around art and antiques is both inspiring and gratifying, and I’ve been fortunate to have a successful career that has brought sublime satisfaction not only to our own family, but to clients across the country.

It’s hard to believe over two decades have now passed, and one question I’m frequently asked~ “Do you ever get tired of what you do?”  Of course with business and economic challenges. It’s not always easy, but my love for history, antiques and art has sustained and inspired me through the challenging times.

To commemorate this 21st anniversary, we’re holding a celebration event that encompasses all our merchandise in each of the three showrooms plus merchandise still in Europe awaiting shipment.  It’s our way of saying thanks for all the years our clients have enjoyed working with us, encouraged us, and provided a continuous wellspring of inspiration.

30-70% Off All Home Furniture & Decor Items!

Inessa Stewart's Antiques

 Plus 20-70% Off Entire Antique Collection!

We seem to learn something new and exciting each and every day, and it’s been a great 21 years in our antique adventure!

Inessa Stewart's Antiques

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 Inessa Stewart

Antiques in Style is a source of joy for me to create, and hopefully will be a source of inspiration for you! The variety, artistry and history of the antiques and vintage pieces that surround us every day provide pleasure, beauty and sometimes even intrigue.

The classics never go out of style, and each era, country, and even artisan's interpretations create an environment that is always full of surprises.

It is truly a pleasure to bring such timeless style together for every client and follower of my blog. And of course, your input is always welcome!

Featured Antiques on www.Inessa.com

Pair of Antique Oriental Porcelain UrnsPair of Antique Country French ArmchairsFrench Louis XV Walnut Banquet TableProvincial Wrought Iron & Crystal ChandelierArt Nouveau Game Table and Chairs SetFrench Louis XV Walnut Vanity

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  • As summer gives its way to fall,
    It ushers cooler breath of winter.
    We take joy in seasonal rebirth
    With every shimmer of a leaf and in ever timber’s splinter.
    ~ Autumn’s Embrace by Inessa Stewart ~
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