If you don’t just wear vintage, you LIVE vintage, then you will LOVE the celebrated interiors show that is Midcentury Modern. Make a date to see 60 of Europe's finest vintage dealers and 25 of the hottest modern designers on Sunday, 19th of November. Discover the best of the best, with prices from £10 to £10,000. With a vast array of furniture, vintage and contemporary textiles, travel posters, cool ceramics, glassware, incredible wallpaper, lighting, stunning jewellery, industrial and original artwork, there really is something for everyone. If Eames, Jacobsen, Nelson, Bertoia, Wegner, Charley Harper and the Days inspire you, then this is the place to be.
Contemporary designers at the show include Mourne Textiles, founded by Gerd Hay-Edie in the 1950's who collaborated with the Days; London Terrariums, with self-contained eco-systems in a bottle, who've just opened their first shop; Binocular, who will be making their first appearance at the show after their successful debut at Clerkenwell Design Week; Garth Bowden, with his minimalistic designs including new mobiles; Waffle with sumptuous textiles and rugs; Linescapes with architecturally designed homeware, and Self will be back with high-end, vibrant re-engineered midcentury furniture.
You'll also find Alexa Simone whose funky cushions pop with colour, Jeff Josephine with quirky garden inspired designs, Twig's throws plus Kate Hodgson and Barbara Spence with fabulous contemporary jewellery. Don't forget Chalk Wovens, Anna-Lisa Smith, Judeworks, Natasha Barton, Claire Alderdice, Kevin Dutton and Cheeky Chairs who will also be there, alongside Living Room who will be launching at the show with their new furniture range.
Enjoy it all in a unique Brutalist setting. Make a day of it with The Horniman Museum, Dulwich Picture Gallery and Bel Air Park and House all within a short stroll. Ample parking, refreshments, buggy park and delivery are available onsite.
For more information, visit: http://www.modernshows.com