Looking for a seasonal update to your country or town home this spring? Join those in the know at the Spring Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair at Battersea Park this 4-9 April. With an unparalleled collection of antiques and 20th-century design for interior decoration, it’s a must-visit for collectors and designers alike.
Attendees to the last fair in January included designers such as Rose Uniacke, Martyn Lawrence Bullard, Nicky Haslam, Flora Soames, Olga Polizzi, John Minshaw and Nina Campbell and collectors including David Beckham, Eddie Redmayne and Benedict Cumberbatch.
A special focus at this season’s fair will be the ‘morning room’, a big trend in interiors for 2017, an area of the home designed as an escape from the hubbub of open-plan living and daily chores. The foyer display at the Spring 2017 Fair with be ‘The Morning Room Revisited’, in its own stand at the entrance to the Fair, showing items selected from exhibitors, all for sale, including beautiful ideas for displaying a favourite collection of decorative ceramics or glass; garden urns for growing herbs and favourite plants year-round; a florist’s table, and a seating sanctuary to view the garden or outside vistas. The fair will feature more than 150 exhibitors from the UK and Europe.
From fine and formal antiques and decorative period furniture to unusual accessories from all eras, expect traditional, modern and contemporary art and sculpture, garden artefacts and architectural elements, antique and fine costume jewellery, curiosities, toys, collectables and objets trouvés. There are a wealth of experts on hand to help you find the perfect piece to brighten up your home or expand your collection.
The Spring Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair
4-9 April 2017
Battersea Park, London