Midcentury Modern

Thursday 1 March 2012


Midcentury Modern has fast established itself as the number one destination for sourcing the antiques of the future without the huge retail mark-up.

Designed as an unpretentious one stop shop for busy people who love collecting beautiful pieces for their homes, you can find an eclectic mix at this much-loved one day show from an original Eames rocker or 1940s station clock to a the coolest contemporary ceramic from a hot young British designer.

Do a walkabout amongst some of Britain's top dealers in Scandinavian, European and American mid-century furniture and decorative arts. Then head for the coolest wares from British designers including newcomers Naomi Paul, Woodpop, Surfacephilia, Polly Granville, Obe and Co and Design K with stalwarts including ceramicists People Will Always Need Plates and Sophie Cook, upcycler extraordinaire Rupert Blanchard and fab furniture designer Jonathan Field.

New dealers to the show are mcm interiors, mid-centuryonline, Desirable Design, Vintage Space, Modernish, Artifact Lighting, Scott Campbell, Kiki Werth, Out of the Dark, Bella Verrechia and Nanadobbie.

Source the latest wallpaper, ceramics, fabrics and brilliantly innovative gifts like Lilly's Lightboxes fantastic retro-themed light art. And dont forget to pick up your copy of Max Fraser's Design Guide or the latest Midcentury Magazine. Collectors on the hunt for specialist ceramics, fabrics, art and glass can take a walk to the South Cloister, Lower Hall and North Cloister where 40 more dealers are situated.


When: Sunday 18 March, 10am-4pm

Where: Dulwich College, London SE21 7LD

Entrance £7 on the day

Buy e ticket from the site for £6 up to a week before

Tickets: First Hour entry for trade 9am - (£9). Children under 14 free but need to be accompanied by an adult. NO PRAMS PLEASE.

Contact: Modern Shows

Email: petra@modernshows.com