The King’s House Antiques,once located in the heart of Mountain Brook Village for 35 years, has relocated to the designer district of The Pepper Place in Birmingham. With 4500 square feet, The King’s House continues to offer superior quality antiques and accessories to their clients.
Selling items personally selected by owner, Susan M. Kidd, The King’s House offers wonderful pieces from England and France from the 18th and 19th centuries. Case pieces, such as English sideboards, sets of chairs, chests of drawers, side tables, and linen presses are a few acquisitions from England. For the French collector, items such as vasseliers, buffet a deux corps, armoires, farm tables, pairs of chairs and beautiful commodes are offered. Porcelains and decorative items, such a mirrors, paintings, tapestries, and chandeliers are a few of out accessories.
The King’s House was started in 1972 by Anne D. Kidd and Jane H.Glasser. In 1974, Anne Kidd moved the business to Mountain Brook Village where it remained until 2008. Upon her retirement in 1997, the tradition of the King’s House was continued by her daughter-in-law, Susan M. Kidd, who joined the company in 1988. When not buying for and managing the King’s House, Susan could be found teaching The History of Period Furnishings and Antiques at Southern Institute of Interior Design, where she also received a degree in interior design. She continued to teach for 13 years.