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The first Cambridge Home + Garden Show is tomorrow




Cambridge Home + Garden Show logo
Cambridge Home + Garden Show logo

The Guildhall will host a full day of free talks, exhibitions and demonstrations.

Jennifer Chong. Picture: Richard Marsham
Jennifer Chong. Picture: Richard Marsham

Almost a year in the planning, the Cambridge Home + Garden Show is the brainchild of Jennifer Chong, a Cambridge-based interior designer and project manager and owner of Feioi Interiors.

Jennifer has pulled together a very impressive list of exhibitors from right across the home and garden spectrum; interior designers and architects will rub shoulders with artists, timber specialists, slate makers and furniture designers.

The Guildhall’s exhibition hall will be packed full with talks and demonstrations, a pop-up café and professional design consultations.

It will be open to the public from 9am to 5pm and should inspire visitors when it comes to helping them create their dream home.

An example of what Cambridge Garden Studios build
An example of what Cambridge Garden Studios build

‘Home of eccentric British Design’, Mineheart, will be bringing some of its stylish furniture and accessories along to create a luxurious seating space by the café.

Jennifer told the Cambridge Independent: “I’m excited, but also anxious because I really want it to go well! I hope lots of people come and enjoy it, and for all the businesses involved to be happy and feel like they’ve got something out of it.”

The hard-working entrepreneur has put a great deal of effort into staging the event and is looking forward to witnessing the culmination of all her careful planning.

“It feels like it’s been a long time coming,” she added.

Lanai Outdoor Living
Lanai Outdoor Living

Jennifer continued: “There will be lots of different things going on, and for the visitor it will be quite interactive. I think the talk and demo programme is really good, the cafe and the Mineheart display look amazing, and there are consultations as well...

“It’s making it much more about a live experience, rather than an exhibition. There are many different elements to it, which will hopefully make it more enjoyable.”

The free show runs from 9am-5pm. Visit camhomeshow.com.

Colour + Shape. Picture: Megan Taylor
Colour + Shape. Picture: Megan Taylor

The Full Schedule:

10am

More than furniture: a makers tale, by Loukas Morley of The Loft Life

An example of the work of The Cambridge Shutter Company
An example of the work of The Cambridge Shutter Company

theloft.life

10.45am

How to design the ideal kitchen, by Katie Malik of Katie Malik Interiors

katiemalik.co.uk

An example of Anglia Fireplaces work
An example of Anglia Fireplaces work

11.30am

How to decorate: the masterclass, by Farrow & Ball

farrow-ball.com

12.45pm

The team at Cambridge Classics, front row Camilla Carter, Laura Yady-Wong and Stuart Carter, with some of the staff. Picture: Keith Heppell
The team at Cambridge Classics, front row Camilla Carter, Laura Yady-Wong and Stuart Carter, with some of the staff. Picture: Keith Heppell

Architect: what, why, when and how?, by Luke Butcher of BBA

wearebba.co.uk

1.30pm

Style the wild: how to decorate your home from your garden, by Bridget Davidson of Wild Rosamund

Oxbow & Peachs logo. Picture: Keith Heppell
Oxbow & Peachs logo. Picture: Keith Heppell

wildrosamund.co.uk

2.30pm

Inclusive Design is for everyone, by Vaila Morrison of The Inclusive Home

theinclusivehome.co.uk

3.10pm

A view into my steam-bend practice, by Jane Crisp

janecrisp.com

3.45pm

How to make your home look expensive with clever hacks, by Katie Malik of Katie Malik Interiors

katiemalik.co.uk

4.20pm

Dining table styling: an interactive workshop, by Victoria Harrison in collaboration with John Lewis

instagram.com/homestylist johnlewis.com

The exhibitors in full:

Anglia Fireplaces & Design Ltd

Art of Flooring

Cambridge Classics

Cambridge Independent

The Cambridge Fabric Company

Cambridge Garden Studios

The Cambridge Shutter Company

colour + shape

David Hall Kitchen and Furniture Makers

Design Republic Ltd

Devlin Architects

Eclectic Mix Cambridge

Farrow & Ball

FiMi

Harri James Slate

Indiana

Jessica D’Alton Goode

John Lewis of Hungerford Plc

Karen Jinks Design

Koti & Co

Lanai Outdoor Living

Laura Chaplin Artist

Mabel Fox

Millworks Ltd

OpenForm Furniture

Oxbow & Peach

Pelikan

Profile Designs

RIBA East

Robert Barker Garden and Landscape Design

Sunflower Artistry

Vescom

Wild Rosamund

Zion Landscapes



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