Monday, August 20, 2018

Fall 2018 Events Announced!

Antique & Design Center

Fall 18 Events


A Wallpaper Revolution 

with artisan wallpaper maker Amy Mills and expert installer Katie Hunt 

Saturday, October 13


Wallpaper is back with a vengeance! Or did it ever leave? Join an enlightening discussion with Amy Mills of Paper Mills, maker of hand block printed and hand painted custom wallpaper and Katie Hunt, expert professional installer featured on several HGTV series including Property Brothers and Holmes & Holmes. Learn about collaborating with a custom wallpaper artisan to create one-of-a-kind, show-stopping wallpaper designs for your clients, along with tips and a demonstration on how to achieve impeccable wallpaper installations, perfectly smooth with virtually no visible seams. You won’t want to miss the reveal of a very special wallpaper created by Paper Mills just for the A&DC this Fall, & expertly hung by Katie's Wallpaper Installation.

Seeking Sanctuary with Ray Booth & Kathryn Scott 

Saturday, October 13


Join AD100 top designer Ray Booth of McAlpine House and award-winning artist and designer Kathryn Scott of Kathryn Scott Design Studio for a glass of bubbly and an intimate conversation about the potential of design to evoke emotion and create serenity and harmony. They will be discussing how they seek sanctuary in their own homes, what choices they gravitate toward and how they live. A book signing and reception will follow of “Evocative Interiors” by Ray Booth and “Creating Beauty: Interiors” by Kathryn Scott

Happy Hour at Antique & Design Center

Daily 4-7pm

Make the last few hours of the day the best, with a taste of Whiskey made right here in North Carolina, compliments of Troy & Sons Distillers, to accompany your Happy Hour shopping at The Antique & Design Center.

A Weekend Bubbly Brunch at Antique & Design Center

Saturday and Sunday


Enjoy a glass of bubbly with biscuits and other southern brunch favorites as you begin your day of treasure hunting at the Antique & Design Center on Ground level of Historic Market Square. You won’t want to miss a single square inch of soul nourishing goodness.

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