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Wendy Kaye + MidCentury Modern

Join us at the MidCentury Modern show which takes place on Sunday, 20th November & is set against the stunning background of Dulwich College.   Listed as Top Interior Shop 2014 by Telegraph’s Stella Magazine the Modern Show offers the very best of MidCentury collectables and contemporary design.

 Modern Show Dulwich
“Love Scandinavian and American Modernism, European Bauhaus, British, French and German Industrial?  Looking for a huge range of prices and styles from the best in 20C design classics and modern collectables?  

Find it here at the celebrated show in association with Elle Decoration that has been lauded as a top shopping experience by Time Out, Evening Standard, Grazia, Monocle, Rough Guide to Vintage London, Grand Designs and the London Design Guide.”


‘MidCentury Modern is a dangerous show. All the must-see vintage furniture, lighting and accessories dealers in one place makes for serious temptation. Lucy and Petra organise the shows with their idiosyncratic verve and energy and in atmospheric locations so the events feel like an occasion / day out and not just a shopping experience.’

Jenny Dalton. Freelance. How To Spend It. Financial Times.

Our stand has a fab spot on the main balcony of the stunning Christison Hall, alongside a selection of contemporary designers.  We’ll be bringing the bestsellers from our range of cushions, lampshades, + mid-century cocktail chairs showcasing our very own range of fabrics together with some new products.

Further information on MidCentury Modern and a limited number of advance tickets can be found here.



The World of Charles & Ray Eames

Eames rockerIt will come as no surprise that as a huge MidCentury Modern aficionado, I’ll be heading to the Barbican to catch the ‘The World of Charles & Ray Eames’ exhibition.

The husband and wife duo are among the most influential designers of the 20th Century. Widely known for their furniture and production design, they also worked in the fields of photography, film & architecture.


“The World of Charles and Ray Eames includes not only the designs for which they are best known, but provides an insiet into the lives of the Eameses, the Eames Office and the breadth of their pioneering work, bringing their ideas and playful spirit to life.”

There’s still time to see the exhibition, which runs until the 14th of February.  For more information or tickets, visit barbican.org.uk