Antiques for the Garden and the Garden Room

The country's original, largest, and most important venue for authentic garden antiques, this year's Antique Garden Furniture Fair features playful bee-inspired designs by celebrated interior and event designer Ken Fulk. Fulk will create a showpiece featuring items from exhibitors that will inspire and enlighten visitors about marrying antiques and modern design with their everyday aesthetic. Peruse thousands of garden antiques from 30 leading exhibitors' extensive collections of ornament, decorative art, and timeless furniture for the home and garden.

Visitors to the Antique Garden Furniture Fair can browse and purchase unique items of the highest quality and provenance and enjoy a program lineup that includes talks, tours, and eclectic live musical sets. A Specialty Plant Sale features an extensive selection of unusual, colorful plants representing some of horticulture's finest growers.

Antique Garden Furniture Fair Events & Activities

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Antique Garden Furniture Fair Preview Party and Collectors' Plant Sale

April 28; 5:30 p.m.
Join the benefit that attracts over 600 guests to enjoy cocktails and preview the oldest and most beautiful collections of antique garden furniture and architectural artifacts in the country. The evening includes a Silent Auction with one-of-a-kind items and experiences, and a Collectors' Plant Sale that features rare and exotic plants. Special ticket required.

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Designer Chairman Ken Fulk

Ken Fulk creates experiences large and small. For 20 years, the San Francisco–based designer has been known for his richly layered interiors and over-the-top parties. In the last decade, Fulk has evolved into far more than a designer of spaces. He's now the curator of a lifestyle, not only designing clients' homes—down to their custom stationery and signature scent—but also their wardrobes, weddings, dinner parties and family vacations. His firm, Ken Fulk Inc, is a creative think tank made up of designers, artists, architects, graphic designers, brand strategists and producers-all based out of a four-story 1920s building affectionately called "The Magic Factory." The Magic Factory's New York City outpost is opening in the Spring of 2016.