Gardens are our little pockets of calm where we can escape the city, relax and recharge. Despite the benefits of time outside, gardens often get left neglected or in need of TLC. A quick and effective way to bring your space back to life is to add architectural items such as...
Look around your yard or garden. Is there a spot that seems to be missing something? An outdoor antique for the garden may fit the bill.
The tenth year of the East Hampton Antiques Show, with a focus of vintage decorative items for the home and garden, will take place July 23-24.
Dr. G. Marchelos offers a valuable tip about maintaining the authenticity of items to maintain value, such as with the antique Santa Fe Railroad tray produced by Tiffany, and the focus of an Antique Trader subscriber inquiry.
Stuart Grannen’s love affair with antiques and artifacts began at the age of seven and has evolved into his life’s passion, prompting him to pioneer the “urban archaeology” movement — which is celebrated and displayed daily at Grannen’s business Architectural Artifacts, and will take center stage May 2-4 during the company’s...
The Fall edition of Zurko's Midwest Promotions Annual Antique Market will be held Nov. 24-25, in St. Charles, Ill., at the 25,000 square-foot Du Page Expo Center across from the Pheasant Run Resort.
Whether we live in a tract house or a country estate, a trailer or a condo with a patio, we can use antiques and collectibles outside to mold our outdoor world into a thing of beauty. Here are some of the popular antique garden trends as seen by retailers this year.