21st annual Show celebrates clean, innovative looks in today’s homes and gardens.
Featured lecturers include renowned New York designer Charlotte Moss and Sarah Champier, personal flower arranger to Prince Charles .
The Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville is getting a makeover, announcing that its 21st annual Show – themed “Elements” – will showcase new takes on design alongside more traditional antiques. The event will bring together internationally renowned experts and more than 150 exhibitors in the fields of antiques, decorative arts and horticulture, amidst spectacular landscaped gardens. The Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville is set for Feb. 11-13, 2011, at the Nashville Convention Center.
The largest show of its kind in the nation, The Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville is updating its look to reflect current design trends, welcoming new and old exhibitors and continuing to attract top-notch attendees from around the country. After joining Faith Hill at the 2010 show, actress Gwyneth Paltrow praised the event on her popular blog “GOOP,” recommending that visitors check out the vast collection of quality pieces.
“Gwyneth Paltrow’s interest in the Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville is proof that today’s generation loves antiques,” said Betsy Wilt, Co-Chair of the 2011 Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville. “We are thrilled to feature fresh designs at this year’s show, alongside our classic pieces, offering a wide variety of elements that appeal to everyone.”
In addition to amazing contemporary and classic items for sale, the 2011 Antiques and Garden Show Lecture Series will feature world-class lecturers, including:
- Charlotte Moss, the New York-based interior designer recognized for her signature style, elegance and luxurious decorations. The author of seven books, Moss has designed collections of china, fabric, carpet, decorative accessories and home fragrances.
- Sarah Champier, personal florist to Prince Charles, has designed countless beautiful floral displays for royalty for more than a decade, creating unique arrangements for many extraordinary events.
“We are delighted to welcome to the Antiques and Garden Show our superb lecturers who are leading voices in what’s hot in home, garden and floral design,” said Kathy Rolfe, Co-Chair of the 2011 Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville. “The Show attracts thousands of attendees of all ages each year, and we want to inspire people to transform their living spaces.”
The Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville provides funding for the operations and continued preservation of the Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art. The Show also supports the Exchange Club Charities, Inc. – a non-profit organization dedicated to providing services to children in need.
To purchase tickets to the Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville or for more information, visit www.antiquesandgardenshow.com or call 1-800-891-8075 or 615-352-9064.
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