Lily’s Antiques began as a small antiques dealer in 1998. Over the years, their three-floor shop has become one of the main sources for fine antiques in Beijing, with customers
from around the world. On the third floor, there is a section dedicated to Lily’s Museum, where customers can learn more about antiques and admire some pieces from CEO Lily Quan’s personal collection. Customize your own furniture with Lily’s Living, which produces contemporary antique furniture.
At Lily’s, expect a passionate team that is always willing to help. They host regular events at their showroom and tours at their factory, where their products are mostly handmade. Customers can even meet with designers and experts to collaborate on designs. At the showroom, visitors can relax at Lily’s Cafe with tea and coffee or partake in crafts, such as paper cutting, wood carving, clay sculpting and painting in their DIY room (call in advance, free of charge).
Daily 8.30am-6pm. Gaobeidian Showroom, 69 Gaobeidian Furniture Street, Chaoyang District (8579 2458) www.lilysantiques.com
Photos courtesy of Lily’s Antiques
This article originally appeared on p15 of the beijingkids June 2013 issue.
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