Original 19th Century English iron tree seat This bench is from the Decorative Collective and can be seen at the Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair, this coming week. It looks odd to see such a bench without a tree, doesn’t it. But of course this will easily assemble around your chosen tree. And how much [...]
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News on Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair Foyer Display The Foyer display for next week’s antiques fair in Battersea Park, is ‘Country Comes To Town’, curated by exhibitor and BADA member Martin Murray. The dispalys will include stock from dealers at the Decorative Fair. Martin, an oak and country furniture specialist and member of BADA, will create [...]
If you look at the categories on the right you can see the wide range of antiques, textiles, objets, furniture etcetera, which you’ll see at the Decorative fair in October in just a few weeks from now. And that includes pieces, materials, styles and periods. If you’d like to check out the exhibitors (about 140 [...]
Quirky & Eclectic at The Decorative Fair… Drew Pritchard joins the Decorative Antique Fair from Conwy in Wales, with a pleasing variety of architectural, garden, decorative & country house antiques. The photo Drew has sent us of gives a good idea of the slightly quirky look and of the mix of stock he will bring [...]
Interior or Exterior Antiques by Design Both Yew Tree Antiques and Fontaine (as pictured) are very clever at finding unusual garden ornaments and accessories, which can be used in exterior or interior settings – though each with a different style… For a full list of exhibitors, check the Decorative fair main site.
British & Scandinavian Furniture & Design Tim Smith-Vincent is a specialist in mid-century modern British and Scandinavian design, and a regular exhibitor at our Decorative Antique & Textiles Fairs. Welcome back to Battersea… Tim is bringing an exciting piece of Festival of Britain history – an original 1951 set of the chairs that were created for the [...]
Decorative Antiques & Objets Don’t Stop At The French Door… Nor Should You! One of the pleasures of the “Decorative Fair” is that it extends out into the garden with statuary and decorative pieces. Ideal for the garden and/or the conservatory. At the previous Decorative Fairs there have been several exhibitors (out of 120 plus [...]