Wednesday, 7 October 2015

Made London - The Design And Crafts Fair


Hello Lovelies! I've got some exciting news to tell you all (well at least it's exciting for me!) - I've been invited to go to the Made London Design and Crafts Fair! As anyone who follows my blog knows I am a big fan of design, so I can't wait to go on the 22nd and see all the amazing designs there. 

I thought I'd tell you a little about it just in case you decide you want to go too! Made London is one of the top selling events for contemporary designers/makers in Europe and exhibits and sells original and creative design work from the UK and abroad. This includes a whole range of crafts including wood work, ceramics, furniture makers and mosaic work. Alongside all the stalls, there will also be short films in the 'Cinema of Making' which give you an insight into how the crafts are made. I've heard the setting is stunning - four floors of Sir John Soane Church in Central London (get ready for an Instagram spam!). It's the first time that I'll be going to something like this, so I'm really excited to discover some amazing designers and craft workers. If you're curious to see who will be exhibiting, you can check out all the exhibitors here. 


If you want to go yourself, the Made London Design and Craft Fair is from 22-25 October (11.00-17.00) and costs £10.00 on the door and under 14s go free! To find out more visit: madelondon.org

Thank you for reading lovelies! And Happy Wednesday! 

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10 comments

  1. Hurray that it is wonderful, I hope you have a wonderful time! xxxxx

    www.romantiquely.com

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  2. ohhh I cant that weekend as I am away but cannot wait to see all the lovely pics you will have. I'm such a fan of crafts and wonderfully weird things! :D

    Pam xo/ Pam Scalfi♥

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    1. Awww that's a shame, I'll make sure to share it with you all though :)

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  3. I adore crafts fair and have attended a few over Summer. I'm not a cat person but I do like the first picture, it's a wood work I think?

    Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

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    1. I think it's actually ceramic but it does look like a word work!

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  4. Sounds like fun!!

    www.thefancyfashioncastle.blogspot.com

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