Located in the village of Petworth and previously Cranleigh, Bone Interiors offers a unique collection of both contemporary, classic and vintage furniture and accessories, sourced from across Britain and Europe. Ranging from a fragrant Manuel Canovas candle to an authentic Dutch dresser, the Bone Interiors collection has uniques pieces for everyone. With the owner Sarah's experience, passion and knowledge, your visit will consist of more than just purchasing an item, Sarah can give you useful advice on colour schemes, room layouts and which pieces have good chemistry with one another. 

"Worth a visit because Sarah listens to what her customers want and will always try to find an unusual piece of furniture or accessory to make you feel really special."

- Janet Donin, Surrey Life Magazine

For the last 2 decades, I have been sourcing furniture, accessories, fabrics and quirky pieces for a variety of homes that I have decorated, both personally, and professionally.

I had always dreamt of owning a shop where I could share my ideas and display a harmonious mix of antique, vintage and contemporary items in an inspirational setting for others to enjoy and be a part of.

Hence the opening of Bone Interiors in 2009. Enthusiastically received, it was clear that the people of Cranleigh and surrounding areas shared my passion for turning their houses into homes with warm, soft colours and charismatic pieces.

Having always loved the market town of Petworth, when the opportunity arose of acquiring a shop in the Market square, it was too perfect to resist, and hence the recent opening of Bone Interiors in Petworth.  With a similar feel to my previous shop in Cranleigh, it offers a wealth of original and vintage pieces, paired with superb leading edged accessories, all displayed in a warm, ambient setting.

We stock an ever-changing collection of furniture, mirrors, lamps, china & glassware, prints and throws, together with faded fabrics from Kate Forman and Susie Watson.

I am always happy to help by appointment with advice on colours, design and room schemes.

- Sarah Gordon

Sarah with her dog Hutch.