Mark your calendars for March 2, 2024! The much-anticipated Cotswold Homes and Interior Festival is set to take place at The Corn Hall in Cirencester. This event promises to be a haven for home and interior design enthusiasts, offering a wealth of talks, demonstrations, stalls, and expert insights.
A Festival of Creativity and Inspiration
The festival is more than just an exhibition; it's a celebration of Cirencester's vibrant community of homes and interiors makers. It aims to bring together the best talents in the field, providing a platform for creativity and inspiration.
Star-Studded Lineup of Experts
Among the notable experts gracing the event is Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, renowned for his work on Changing Rooms. He will share his insights on Cotswold design during an engaging talk. Other esteemed speakers include Sam Mitchell from Restorate, Lucie Rowe from Moore Alan & Innocent, Ruth Jones and Karen Lewis from Cotswold Contemporary, and Vanessa Arbuthnott from Vanessa Arbuthnott Fabrics.
Workshops and Stalls Galore
Beyond the talks, the festival will also host free workshops conducted by Tania Davies from Tania Davies Interior Design and the Cirencester Repair Café. Visitors can expect to learn valuable skills in antique restoration, fabric fixes, and updating interiors at auction.
Stalls selling soft furnishings, ornaments, and art will also be available, offering a chance to take home a piece of the festival's creative spirit.
Funded by the Government's Shared Prosperity Fund
The event is made possible thanks to funding from the Government's UK Shared Prosperity Fund. This support underscores the importance of fostering local talent and promoting creativity in the community.
As we approach the festival date, anticipation builds for the unique blend of knowledge, inspiration, and creativity that it promises to deliver. Whether you're a seasoned interior design professional or simply someone with a passion for beautiful homes, the Cotswold Homes and Interior Festival 2024 is an event not to be missed.
Join us at The Corn Hall, Cirencester, on March 2, 2024, and embark on an enlightening journey through the world of home and interior design.