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Meet The Attic in Little Majlis

Do you yearn for something a little out of the ordinary to furnish your pad, something that the big brands just don’t offer? Enter The Attic, a homegrown furniture and homewares business with a keen eye for the unique... Read more about our story, as covered by Little Majlis in April 2018.

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Reclaimed Wood Furniture from The Attic showcased in Better Homes

Green is the new black as we are all becoming more socially and environmentally conscious. If you’re in the market for new furniture, now is the perfect time to opt for a green solution like reclaimed wood furniture. At The Attic, we continue to espouse the cause of sustainability and you will find that most of our furniture is made from reclaimed wood. Be it industrial furniture with clean lines or shabby chic consoles or colorful pieces that retain the original paint work, you'll find a wide range of reclaimed wood furniture to choose from here.

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Vintage cabinet from The Attic featured in Design Middle East

Vintages are a unique way of adding color, character and old-world charm to your living space. Each piece is an original one-of-a-kind antique and the patina speaks for itself.​This gorgeous lime and white cabinet, with artistic detailing on the front and glass on the side, was featured in Design Middle East, January 2018 issue.

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The Attic is now featured on insydo

The Attic has been selected as one of the top businesses in Dubai by the insydo team!​"A treasure trove of boho-chic pieces sourced mainly from India, The Attic is an indie furniture boutique specialising in a spectacular range of vintage statement pieces made lovingly from reclaimed wood. You'll also find a variety of hand-crafted and industrial items." Read more

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The Attic in Sassy Mama's Home Furnishing Directory

The Attic has been featured in Sassy Mama's Home Furnishing Directory. ​"If you’re looking to instantly add a pop of character to any dry room, it’s definitely time to checkout The Attic." Read more on Sassy Mama's website.

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