Regina Andrew pulls out a trove of vintage items


Himachal water jugs from Regina Andrew Detroit’s new vintage collection.

Lighting, furniture and home decor brand Regina Andrew Detroit has bolstered its offering of vintage and one-of-a-kind items, now available in a dedicated section of its website.

The more than 100 initial items, amassed over a lifetime of collecting by co-founders Carla Regina and James Andrew, include: small and large clay spice jars, Ukrainian bread bowls with hand-carved details, a 1940s handmade strawberry pot and European bistro chairs. Other elements should be added in the coming months.

“Over the years we have shared a small supply of vintage items through the ‘One of One’ section of our site, but this new vintage section will give us a wider platform to showcase some of our favorite pieces”, Regina said. “Now the decor that caught our eye on a trip to Europe or a specific piece from one of our photoshoots can find a new home with our clients.”

“Our vintage project has been in development for over a year, but our collection of beautiful objects has been a lifelong passion,” added Andrew. “Decor should tell a story, and this is our chance to share some of our story with anyone who appreciates vintage details as much as we do.”

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Andrea is passionate about interior design and has covered the furniture industry for most of her career as a journalist. She is Editor-in-Chief, Design, Designers Today; in addition, she is also an editor of HFN and a lighting editor for Home Accents Today. Andrea lives in beautiful Brooklyn, where she might very well be the only person without a tattoo.


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