European antique shop opens in Hightstown, N.J.

Musing Antiques & Interiors has opened its retail store in the newly renovated 18th-century historic “Smith House,” located right in downtown Hightstown, N.J., minutes from exit 8 on the New Jersey Turnpike. With more than three years of extensive renovations and having more than 3,500 square feet of display space, this historic property is once again opened and showcases Musing Antiques’ extensive 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th-century Continental European furniture, lighting and decorative arts. 

Visitors will see Musing Antiques’ extraordinary collection and experience the history, the quality, the opulence, and finally the discovery of that one piece that transforms the room and touches an individual’s soul. Musings offers everything from period 18th-century Louis XV pieces to sleek refined 20th-century Art Deco and mid-century modern furnishings.

Musing Antiques was founded in 2002 with the emphasis on providing amazing and unique antiques. According to owners Dimitri and Lisa Musing, every piece is hand selected for its design, uniqueness and splendor. When you visit Musing Antiques, you can be assured of the authenticity of our product and high standard of care and service, they said.

Musing Antiques is unique in Mercer County, having the most extensive inventory of European antiques. The proprietors frequently travel to Europe to select every piece that they offer, insuring superb quality and outstanding prices. Musing Antiques is active online. Most of their inventory can be viewed at www.musingantiques.com.

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