Excitement surrounding the Camellia Antiques & Interiors Show is hard to contain! Presented by Montgomery Antiques & Interiors, the inaugural show will debut April 2019 and will host select antiques dealers, interior designers, and home interior furnishing merchants from across Alabama and the Southeast for a three day event that you will not want to miss!
In our commitment to the preservation of historical pieces and in anticipation of Alabama’s Bicentennial, the Camellia Antiques & Interiors Show is proud to announce that proceeds will go to benefit the Landmarks Foundation of Montgomery. The Landmarks Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization established in 1967 to foster, encourage, and lead the historic preservation movement in Montgomery. Landmarks oversees Old Alabama Town and works as an independent entity on community preservation and restoration projects.
We highly encourage you to join us for what is sure to be a roaring opening night showcasing the Camellia Antiques & Interiors Show on Thursday, April 4th. In celebration of Alabama’s Bicentennial, the Debut Soiree is fashioned with Montgomery’s own famous Alabamian in mind; Zelda Fitzgerald. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres and spirits set against a backdrop of exquisite antiques and decorative arts as the swinging sounds of jazz fill the air.
In addition, the Camellia Antiques & Interiors Show is also hosting a speaker series on Saturday, April 6th. This series will be an opportunity to enhance your knowledge about design trends and tips as well as the role of antiques in history and today’s design. We are excited to have Wall Street Journal best-selling author and Southern Living editor-at-large James T. Farmer, III, as our inaugural keynote speaker. Southern born and bred, James is a professional garden, floral and interior designer, cook, author, and lifestyle expert. A Place to Call Home is his most recent publication and is also his first interior design book. James’ natural Southern grace and warm personality lights up any room, for he truly is a fresh voice for his generation. Joining James in the inaugural speaker series with their takes on antiques and design are local interior designer Cindy E. Barganier and Bellingrath Home curator Thomas C. McGehee.
As a first for the city of Montgomery, this is sure to be a new and exciting event to showcase the best of our Southern antique dealers, interior designers, and home interior furnishing merchants. Be sure to save the date and plan to attend as we support the Landmarks Foundation of Montgomery.
Yesterday’s Touch with Today’s Design!