VISITORS can register for free on the website and a free entry invitation will be sent or £10 on the door.


The Little Chelsea Antiques Fair has been in the King’s Road since 1980. Known as ‘The Affordable Antiques Fair’, Little Chelsea is very popular among both dealers and members of the public for attracting exhibitors from all over the UK as well as some from abroad, selling a wide range of items from just £10 to well over £30,000. It has become so popular that a move is required.

We have a larger venue and a wider scope of Art and Design has been included in the new Kensington Antiques, Art and Design Fair—KAAD.

OCTOBER 2018 Kensington Decorative is being held at The Tabernacle w11 34-35 POWIS SQUARE W11. In the heart of residential Notting Hill, the Romanesque red brick and terracotta Talbot Tabernacle was completed in 1888. The building has been described as ‘the Taj Mahal of North Kensington’. In 1975 the Tabernacle closed as a church and was taken over by the Council. Thankfully demolition plans were thwarted by a community campaign, which enlisted the support of the police and the Home Office to get the Tab Grade-II Listed building status.

We hope you will be part of making this the “must attend” London Decorative Fair.

We have great pleasure including as our nominated Charities The Rugby Portobello Trust and The Avenues Youth Project. Please go to their websites to see the amazing work they have done in Kensington and Chelsea.