Mark your calendars for Dallas Design Week, running September 23-26. The fall edition of the event provides an opportunity to brush up on all things current in the world of design, while meeting and mingling with top industry pros. Here’s our list of not-to-miss happenings scheduled throughout this inspiration-filled few days.
Traci Connell: Perfecting the Partnership Between Designer, Architect and Home Builder (September 23)
Top Dallas designer Traci Connell (whose work has graced the pages of Luxe Interiors + Design) shares what she’s learned architects and home builders want throughout the design process–straight from her own unique perspective as a seasoned professional. Click HERE for details.
DFW Dine + Design Colormix 2020 Forecast (September 24)
Join hundreds of designers for this complimentary CEU-credited luncheon. Featured keynote speaker, Ashlynn Borque, designer account executive for Sherwin-Williams, will introduce 45 trend colors, distilled into five welcoming and intuitive palettes meant to bring joy, serenity and focus to the mind, body and spirit. Register HERE for this highly anticipated event. (And be sure to stick around afterward for the Dine + Design Giveaways from participating Dallas Market Center showrooms.)
CEU: Sustainable Performance Fabric in Luxury and Lifestyle Design (September 25)
Look no further than this course presented by Sunbrella Fabrics for a peek into the manufacturing processes, testing and relevant sustainability considerations of performance fabrics. You’ll leave with valuable insights into the possibilities of using performance fabrics when designing luxury spaces. Click HERE for details.
From Madison Avenue, Rodeo Drive and Main Street USA–What Are The Enticing And Exquisite Luxury Elements Clients Are Demanding In Their Designs (September 26)
High-end interior designers Christopher Grubb and Justin Shaulis dive headlong into a discussion on the latest luxury designs and the products you should have on your radar. Click HERE for details.
Patti Carpenter: Global Trends And Their Influence On Design Direction In the U.S.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear a principal of an award-winning global design firm discuss global trends. Patti Carpenter (also a product and design developer, Pantone Trend Consultant and Global Trend Ambassador for Maison et Object) will touch on what she’s seeing globally and how that will impact the U.S. Click HERE for details.
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