House & Garden Festival set to take London by storm in July

This June, The House & Garden Festival will arrive in London bigger and better than ever before.  For the first time, the prestigious Art & Antiques Fair Olympia will become a major part of the House & Garden Festival.

Taking place alongside HOUSE Fair, Spirit of Summer and the innovative garden event, GROW London, the Festival will offer a rare shopping experience with diversity ranging from antiquity to the present day.

With an eclectic array of pieces and products, the focus is on craftsmanship, quality and design for interiors and gardens, as well as luxury lifestyle for all budgets.

The House & Garden Festival will run from Wednesday June 20 until Sunday, June 24, with The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia taking place for an extended period of time, from Wednesday 20th until Wednesday 27th June.

Mary Claire Boyd, Festival Director says: “We are hugely excited to be establishing this one-off shopping destination for 2018.  From wallpaper to Warhol, it really will be an art, interior and lifestyle emporium unlike any other in the UK – a definitive destination for stylish living.  These four inspiring events together will create one mighty festival offering visitors more than they’ve ever experienced before.”

With over 600 exhibitors expected to attract over 30,000 people, the festival offers discerning shoppers a remarkable selection of interior and lifestyle brands within the various events.

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The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia has been running for 46 years and is widely recognised as one of the most established art and antiques fairs in Europe, selling everything from diamonds to dining tables with all pieces being vetted by independent experts.

HOUSE adds design and interiors products such as furniture, kitchens, bathrooms, fabric, lampshades, rugs, lighting and accessories and GROW London has a myriad of ideas on how to transform an outdoor space.

Spirit of Summer offers hand-picked independent boutiques and lifestyle products next to the UK’s finest artisan food producers for anyone who is interested in these products.

Alongside the shopping opportunities will be plenty of professional advice and ideas on hand from interior, garden and lifestyle experts in the form of talks and workshops in the Festival theatre, tours, gardens and ‘style rooms’.

For those in need of sustenance to keep shopping there will be the Mosimann’s pop up restaurant and two Champagne bars.

Tickets will be on sale from January via the website: www.houseandgardenfestival.com.

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