Tag Archives: furniture fair reviews

the fun, creative and experimental from tent london

Previously I blogged about Shoreditch, the energetic neighborhood around Tent London, one of the Mama fairs anchoring the London Design Fair in the east side of the city.  On another post, I shared some of my top picks from Tent London … Continue reading

the london design festival – 5 refined objects from tent london

Yesterday I introduced you to Shoreditch, the high-energy area in London hosting Tent London – one of many design/decoration fairs held during the London Design Festival.  More accurately, the fair is called Tent London & Superbrands London held in the … Continue reading

the international antique show lands in new york

With pomp and ceremony, the 25th International Fine Art & Antique Dealer’s Show  opened last night in New York and it turned out to be quite a party. Indeed some of NY’s top antiques collectors and their decorators/advisors were milling … Continue reading

The london design festival – five favorite designers from design junction

My Fall began with a wonderful 6-day trip with MODENUS BlogTour to the London Design Festival, an almost overwhelming citywide, design extravaganza with hundreds of venues exhibiting the latest and greatest that lasts 2 weeks.  Today I focus on Design … Continue reading

modenus’ posse for blogtour london 2013

Last week it was announced that little ol’ me, through my achievements with the modern sybarite blog, had been one of 12 North American bloggers selectively handpicked by MODENUS to participate in covering the upcoming London Design Festival and DECOREX … Continue reading

Wanted Design 2013 – highlighting my favorite designs during NYCxDesign

Today, I’m over at Modenus, the leading online interior design resource in the USA, UK and Germany, writing my review of Wanted Design, the young satellite design Fair that landed on our shores 3 years ago.  Featuring fresh design from … Continue reading

Spending US$750,000 at the Winter Antiques Fair in New York City

Last weekend I went to the Winter Antiques Fair in New York (running through 3 February 2013) armed with an imaginary US$750,000.  We all know that spending money is easier than making it.  But a good art advisor helps you … Continue reading