2013 Show To Pay Tribute To Designer Albert Hadley


NASHVILLE, Tenn. —The 23rd annual Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville will be Feb. 8-10 at the Nashville Convention Center. The Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville is recognized as one of the largest of its kind in the country with more than 140 booths of antique and horticultural dealers, gardens and world-renowned experts. Tickets, which include admission for the entire weekend, are $15 in advance and $20 at the door, with discounts for seniors and active military.

As a tribute to the late Albert Hadley (1920-2012), esteemed American interior designer and Nashville native, the Show will feature Hadley-inspired tributes throughout, including a stunning entry space—flowing from an elegantly furnished room to a sophisticated garden—designed in collaboration by Nashville designer Jonathan Savage and Nashville landscape designer Stephen Wells; and five additional gardens, each based on a Hadley-designed wallpaper; and more.

“We are humbled by the opportunity to pay tribute to our mentor and iconic designer, the late Albert Hadley,” said Dana Miller, co-chairman of the 2013 Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville. “His influence permeates the show: From the moment attendees enter, they will find inspiration and fascination, experiencing a gorgeous entry space, incredible and varied gardens, and an abundance of beautiful antiques and garden items.”

Top experts in the fields of design and garden and more will present informative programs at the Show, including lectures, Ask-an-Expert, floral workshop, book signings, and a show tour. In addition, many experts will be featured as special guests at both the Preview Party and the Collectors Party. Attendees can enjoy varied topics each day of the Show.

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