Thursday, October 28, 2010

Chinoiserie Chic at San Francisco Fall Antiques Show


The very prestigious San Francisco Fall Antiques Show runs today through Sunday. The theme this year is Chinoiserie. The choice of Chinoiserie reflects the endless interest in Chinese art and design. I am most excited that they asked to name the lecture series Chinoiserie Chic in homage to my blog. The entrance to the show is a two story gilded pagoda by noted architect Andrew Skurman. Seventy high end dealers include Carlton Hobbs, Bernard Steinitz, and Therien & Co. The lecture series includes interior designer Bunny Williams, HRH Princess Michael of Kent, and David Beevers, Keeper of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton. I hope all in the Bay area plan to attend this wonderful event. Click here for full information.



6 comments:

Pussy said...

Congratulations, a great honor,
Well deserved!

Rebecca@Harmony and Home said...

That's awesome that they asked to use your blog name! Are you going to attend? If so, let's get together a group of bloggers to meet!

Becky

Cristin said...

I will be going on Saturday to see Bunny's presentation. Would love to meet you!

When they announced the theme this year... I thought of your blog!

xo,
cristin

*Chic Provence* said...

Beth this is fabulous!! are you coming to SF? please let me know, I'd love to see you!

Yes, of course I'm headed to the show!

xoxo

Kit

Design in the Woods said...

Congratulations! This show looks fabulous.

innerspace said...

From a fellow Chinoiserie lover...

Thought you might enjoy some highlights from Chinoiserie: Rococo to Eco, the 2010 San Francisco Fall Antiques Show exhibition, posted on my blog:

http://innerspaceinteriordesign.blogspot.com/2010/10/2010-san-francisco-fall-antiques.html