We opened Home Barn in the summer of 2010 driven by our passion for collecting unique items for our own homes. We have developed an established reputation for sourcing vintage furniture and accessories with an eclectic mix of industrial, reclaimed, antique and retro.
Our creative backgrounds in Fashion Design, Art Direction and Interiors have influenced our love for great design. We enjoy sourcing products internationally and also enjoy working with local craftsmen and artists to create bespoke pieces.
Our shop is situated in an amazing 17th century tithe barn, 25 miles West of London. We are located in the beautiful village of Little Marlow, a couple of miles from historic market town of Marlow which sits on the banks of the River Thames.
Almost everything is online so you don’t need to leave the house to pay us a visit! However, if you really want to have the full Home Barn experience and see all our unique and one off items you will have to visit us go for a country walk, have a pub lunch and buy some fresh eggs from our neighboring on-site farm shop.
If you fancy a day out in the countryside then Homebarn is well worth a proper old fashioned browse. We are situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty in the Chiltern Hills. The River Thames runs through the historic market town of Marlow just a mile along the road. Worth a visit for it’s lovely shops café’s and notable restaurants.
Here are some of the things the press have said about us:
Geek is New Chic says “Home Barn is quite simply my favourite vintage destination right now. I’d actually just like to move in there and potter around re-arranging stuff as the mood takes me…”
Bright Bazaar says ” When you enter Homebarn there’s a real sense of excitement as you have no idea what you are about to find; a feeling only accentuated by the softly falling snow that managed to fall through the gaps in the barn’s roof. The barn itself is of lofty proportions, with wooden beams so wonky they might as well call them The Definition of Character! Swooping drapes accentuate the height and create an almost theatrical feel to the space, within which I discovered an eclectic mix of vintage furniture and accessories across industrial, reclaimed, antique and modern themes. The owners, Sarah and Sally, regularly change up the assortment of products and finds on offer, cleverly weaving modern day trends through the myriad of vintage pieces”
Photography by Graham Ainscough