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Furnish your Home at the Decorative Antiques Fair
The vogue for interior design TV programmes may have now passed its zenith, but I'm sure there's an interior designer lurking inside all of us, whether we own or rent our homes, be they mansions or studio flats. If you're on the lookout for ideas for the coming spring and summer you could well find some inspiration at the Decorative Antiques and Textile Fair in Battersea Park later this month.

The Decorative Antiques and Textile Fair
The Decorative Antiques and Textile Fair (Image courtesy of the website)


Established over 25 years and taking place three times a year, the event showcases an eclectic mix of English and European antiques, as well as works of art and contemporary designs. Items for sale encapsulate painted furniture, mirrors and lighting ranging from the less to the rather more expensive. Approximately 140 exhibitors display their wares to tempt international and domestic interior designers as well as those just looking to tweak their own homes. A list of exhibitors from the previous Winter Fair (from A & L Antiques to Goroa Zugasti) is available on the website.

The Decorative Antiques and Textile Fair
The Decorative Antiques and Textile Fair (Image courtesy of the website)


If I still haven't convinced you, check out the video below from two years ago.

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Why? To buy something for your home, whether antique or less old
When: Between 23 and 28 April: full details of times are on the website
Where: The Marquee in Battersea Park
Cost: 10
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