An Important Message Regarding COVID-19
During this unprecedented time, our biggest commitment is keeping our employees, customers, and our community healthy. To do our part to protect and care for our community, our store will be temporarily closed to the public until further notice. In-person appointments are available on a limited basis and masks are required for anyone entering the building. Our online shop is currently being updated and will begin accepting orders this fall. Items are also available for curb-side pick-up or via our social media channels. Thank you for supporting our business and for being part of the seymour antiques co. + downtown community. Please take care.
seymour antiques co.
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Interstate 95 to exit 27a Route 8 north. Exit 22. Left off ramp. 1st right onto Bank St.
Interstate 84 to exit 19 Route 8 south. Exit 22. Bear right off ramp. Left at 3rd light. 1st left onto Bank St.
Route 15 to exit 52 Route 8 north. Exit 22. Left off ramp. 1st right onto Bank St.
historic downtown seymour.
Conveniently located off Route 8, enjoy some of the best visual arts in numerous art galleries, restaurants, and antique and specialty shops within walking distance of each other. Visit our Victorian Arts & Antiques District in a historic mill town on the banks of the Naugatuck River.
Seymour Antiques offers a multi-dimensional approach to both collecting and design. Focusing on the interior and idea of home, we’ve worked to create a shop comprised of items chosen for their form, usability, and beauty. Combining the diverse inventories of select antique dealers and our curated house displays, we like to think of the shop as a full-scale lookbook, where rooms full of beautiful things uplift and inspire. One of our favorite quotes, ‘things are beautiful if you love them,’ summarizes our philosophy. [Quote: Things are beautiful if you love, Jean Anouilh (1940-1987)]
Seymour Antiques was started by two architects. The shop opened in 1994 on the site of a former local furniture store that had been boarded up and vacant, and threatened with demolition. The architects slowly restored the buildings in phases, expanding the shop as renovations progressed. Now comprising three floors and over 20,000 sq.ft., the shop has become a resource for design professionals, theatre and film prop houses, and residential clients with a focus on utility and design. The architects are still here, with offices on the third floor of the very building threatened with demolition, and the shop is now run by their daughter, who is also a designer.
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