As expected the Antiques and Garden show did not disappiont. Full of inspiration, this show is all about beautiful antiques and handcrafted gardens. It’s a magical blend of luxury, quality items with an appreciation for true artisanal goods. Vendors have everything from furniture to jewelry, to art and rugs. And don’t expect to find run-of-the-mill items here. These are one-of-a-kind treasures to add a chapter to the story of your home.
In addition to walking the floor and perusing all the vendors I also had the pleasure of interviewing Robert Leleux. He’s not only an author but has been the Editor of both Lonny mag and Domino. He’s currently working on The Southern Style Now show house and has a new coffee table book coming out called Southern Style Now: Bold Interiors from the New South.
Our interview was fun, unexpected and delightfully deep. We talked about the homogenous direction design has taken and what a home should truly look and feel like. Be on the look out, I should have that interview up on the podcast sometime this week!
And without further ado here’s a fun little wrap up to showcase the show through my eyes:
The show is now over, however to see more inspiration from the show use hashtag #AAG2017. This show happens every year so if you missed it make sure you go to their website to learn details about next years show!