About The Furniture & Arts Building
Chelsea Gallery, Windsor House Antiques, John Nicholas Antiques, 
                                        Kenneth Harvey Antiques, Loveday, Lapicida, Hill Farm Antiques, Pritchard Antiques Ltd, 
                                        Heritage&Heritage, Thomas Crabb Antiques, Phoenix Trading Company, Vittorio Ragone, Robert Langford

The Furniture and Arts Building (FAB) is a spectacular showcase for fine and decorative arts and furniture both contemporary and antique located on King’s Road in Kensington and Chelsea, London.

Formerly known for over 40 years as the Furniture Cave, the building has been renamed The Furniture and Arts Building (FAB) in 2014.

Spread over three floors and covering a massive sales and display area of approximately 30,000 square feet, the variety and quality of the pieces make this centre an absolute must for the discerning private buyer, dealer or interior designer.



The Building houses over twenty dealers offering antiques and twenty century design, including silver, furniture, jewellery, paintings, ceramics and glass.

There are a variety of additional services available to the public and these include house clearances, valuations, furniture stripping and polishing, restoration, furniture customization and design, stone specialists and import/export trading.




On the left you find a list of the main dealers and galleries; you can browse the website to find more details, contact information and their individual stock. In addition to galleries, the building houses Jak’s restaurant specialising in Mediterranean food great for the family with large bar area.



The excellent reputation of the Furniture & Arts Building (formally The Furniture Cave) ensures that collectors and dealers travel many miles to visit the showrooms which have been without equals in London – Chelsea for over 40 years. Shipping can be arranged world wide.

Chelsea Gallery's page Heritage and Heritage Antiques Restoration's page John Nicholas antiques' page Lapicida's page Phoenix Trading company's page Pritchard Antiques Ltd's page Thomas Crabb antiques' page Vittorio Ragone Antiques and design's page