The format is very inviting and more approachable exhibitors stand then found at some of the higher brow antique events held. To start on a positive, the Decorative Fair has a regular shuttle bus running from Slone square right into Battersea Park, where the fair is held. When entering the building the first sight is the champagne and coffee bar. I chose champagne and a smile.
The Decorative Fair is has a creative mix of mid century items with formal antiques, collectable items. Works of art from the ancient to the 20th century and the quirky contemporary, including sculpture, paintings, prints and photography are also the important element of the fair and which finishes of any interior theme.
This eclectic formula is what make this fairs so on point and popular with creative collectors, interiors designers and stylists.
Exhibitors are encouraged to display their stock in a room-set fashion. Using their highly creative skills, so these stands provide us with ideas and inspiration for how to display items at home.
Shop with a dog. Why not, as well behaved dogs are always welcome and present at this fair. Personally I have never seen such a range a stunning pedigrees in one place. These groomed pooches most definitely fit in with the traditional style and character of the fair.
The Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair runs three times a year in Battersea Park with more than 150 exhibitors from the UK and Europe.
Diary Date: The Autumn 2018 Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair, 2-7 October 2018
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