Furniture grading standards

The below standards have been created for the online sales of our vintage and pre-used furniture. We feel that grading the furniture keeps the transparency of quality high and customers can feel confident buying online.


Excellent condition: basically new and means that the piece was never used, new or near new and may come with an original box that is in unused condition.

Good condition: generally means that the piece is in very presentable state and may have defects other than how it left the factory. It may have some minor discolouration, minor wear and tear to the item, such as small scuff-marks, scratches, and minor dents.

Fair condition: a terminology used to describe a piece that is reminiscent of the wear and tear expected of vintage furniture, meaning it has wear and tear consistent with its age.

It could have a patina, or dents, scratches, which would be expected of pre-used items.

Poor condition: scratches, dents not consistent with wear and tear, perhaps need some TLC and restoration. Any piece sold in this state will come with a full description.

Vintage tea party with a twist


We would like to invite you to a special afternoon tea at our shop in West12 Shepherds Bush.

We will provide tea and cake, an upcycling demonstration and workshop and children’s activities including storytelling and crafts.

By joining us you will learn new skills, meet new people and help support a local charity at the same time.

Come to our vintage tea party

We would love to see you on Friday the 4th of July at 1pm – 4pm.

You must book online to join the activities, or just pop in to have a look. Please invite your friends!

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Petit Miracle Headquarters, First Floor West12 Shopping Centre, Shepherd’s Bush Green, W12 8PP (map)

Elisicia’s Designer Insights: interview by Terry’s Blinds

Petit Miracles founder Elisicia Moore, also known as the very busy lady who runs our little social enterprise, had her brain picked by Terry’s Blinds about her Designer Insights. Check out the resulting article on their website: