One of the foremost interior designers today, Nina Campbell, comes to Charlotte this April as the featured guest speaker in the already sold-out Spring Symposium for the Mint Museum Auxiliary’s annual Room to Bloom.

Why are we even talking about this if you’ve missed out on the tickets?

Two reasons. First, Nina Campbell is legit one of the world’s foremost designers of the English Style, with an almost fifty-year career with clients such as the Duke and Duchess of York, the Queen of Denmark, Rod Stewart, Ringo Starr, and Annabel’s owner Mark Birley. It’s kind of a big deal that she’ll be here.

Second, you too could have gotten tickets had you been an on-top-of-it member of the Mint Auxiliary or, better yet, a Benefactor or Patron with guaranteed seats to this annual fundraising series which supports the Mint Museum. It’s definitely worth considering if home decor, design, art & style are of interest to you. In addition, of course, to supporting The Mint Museum through fundraising to support educational offerings for the community and to fund acquisitions for the Museum’s permanent collection.

There is a waitlist for tickets to which you can add your name at the link.

Nina Campbell will be presenting thoughts and excerpts from the new book about her, which she will also be signing. NINA CAMPBELL Interior Decoration: Elegance and Ease masterfully illustrates her love of pared-down traditionalism, sumptuous textiles, clear color, and, above all, comfort.

© Nina Campbell by Giles Kime, Rizzoli New York, 2018.
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The book, by Giles Kime with an Introduction by Carolina Herrera, includes a portfolio of her own London residences, from past decades to present day, and features images from recent projects such as a hotel in Germany, pieds-à-terre in New York and Rome, a town house in London, and a designer show house in Los Angeles. Complementing the beautiful images of her work, a biographical essay (the first of its kind in a book about Campbell) follows the designer from her beginnings, to her stunning interior design work of the past few years.

Because we are insta trolls, just like you, we pulled some photos of Nina Campbell wallpapers & designs for eye candy.

Image Via @parksmorgan
Looking forward to a Q&A with designer Nina Campbell @ninacampbellltd at @dcotadesign this morning.”
Image Via @osborneandlittle
“Prints, weaves and wallpaper all from Nina Campbell’s new Autumn collection, now on the Osborne & Little website. #aw2018 #lesindiennes#ninacampbell”
Image Via @ninacampbellltdtaken from my new book Elegance and Ease published by @rizzolibooks @rizzolibooksuk 📸 by @paulraeside
Image via @pamelajaccarino
One of my favorite images from @ninacandlestick new book, “Elegance and Ease” is the cover shot. It also happens to be Mr. Doheny’s master suite from our LUXE showhouse at Greystone.”
Image via @theanchorpieceI hate the sweeping statement- oh you don’t want any brown furniture ie: antiques… One wonderful piece of antique furniture in a room just makes it.” 
Image Via @ninacampbellltd
a favourite picture from way back when…we relaunched Bagatelle Spot a few years ago as a weave which is super chic and contemporary
Image via @comptonsmithinteriors
Pretty in pink @ninacampbellltd @osborneandlittle