Art & Antiques for Everyone is the largest and most established vetted art, interiors and antiques fair outside of London. Bringing together more than 200 specialist art and antiques dealers at the NEC in Birmingham. Buy with confidence from an inspiring array of eclectic categories of beautiful, unusual and rare objects from antiquity to the present day.
Discover a diversity of periods and styles crossing a variety of disciplines including ceramics, glass, paintings, jewellery and British and continental furniture to 20th century design, art deco items, silver, decorative collectables and contemporary pieces.
Get in quick and get your place at this Thursdays macrame workshop at West Elm, Tottenham Court Road, London.
Learn how to create the most iconic of all macramé projects: the Plant Hanger. Brooke will show you how to create a hanger out of cotton rope tied into simple square knots and half square knots. This project is totally customizable and deal for beginner’s who are keen to learn the basic knots and techniques that will hold the pot perfectly
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Excellent interiors styling work shop for designers in London, this November. Book now for get your place on this informative workshop covering styling, photo shoots, and the business surrounding interior styling.
Interiors magazines are full of beautifully styled interiors oozing with ambience, but what are the skills that an interior designer will require, in order to take a real-life home and turn it into a beautifully styled interior? This workshop will illuminate the trade secrets and practicalities of styling for shoots, with careful scrutiny of successful projects and a host of insider tips.
Try something new with this workshop held at West Elm, Tottenham Court Road, London.
Learn the process and techniques used to create your own piece of art, and bring along objects from home that you want to make prints of.
‘Cyanotype is one of the earliest forms of photographic process (It dates back to the mid-1800s) distinctive for its Prussian blue monochrome prints produced in sunlight. This is an effective way of introducing newcomers to photography and the principles of light and light sensitive materials‘