London Design Festival 19th to 27th September 2015
Alidad will be discussing the inspiration for his designs with House & Garden’s Decoration Director Gabby Deeming
Monday 21st September, 3pm @ Guinevere Antiques,
578 Kings Road, SW6 2DY
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To celebrate London Design Festival, award-winning interior designer Alidad (pictured above) will be creating schemes for two of our windows – one either side of the main entrance on the King’s Road. There will be a luxe and layered artist’s studio with bold black and gold, styled with bookcases and architectural pieces, while the other will demonstrate a much fresher and younger look featuring 20th Century pieces. The windows will launch on 10th September.
Gabby Deeming, Decoration Director at House & Garden, will be in conversation with Alidad on Monday 21st September at 3pm discussing his inspiration for the schemes and working with antiques in the modern home. There will be the opportunity for Q&A with Alidad and Gabby Deeming after the talk.
This week Alidad Adores these sumptuous and classic tassel tiebacks from Wendy Cushing Passementerie.
Wendy came to visit us this week and brought a dazzling array of richly textured tassel tiebacks. We absolutely love the ornate detail, traditional craftsmanship and intricate decoration of these decadent curtain accessories.
Alidad is back at Buscot Park today attending a photoshoot for a new book London Creative.
Here are some highlights from behind the scenes.
Eltham Palace, was once an important royal palace playing host to kings and queens and international statesmen. It is one of the few medieval royal palaces to survive with substantial remains intact and was one of the only six palaces large enough to accommodate and feed the entire Tudor court. Initially a moated manor house, it was acquired by the future Edward II in 1305. Under Edward IV significant changes were made, most notably the addition in the 1470′s of the great hall, which still stands today. Eltham Palace was eclipsed by Greenwich and Hampton Court palaces in the 16th century and declined in the early 17th century. For 200 years after the Civil Wars it was used as a farm