I just finished a few more articles aimed at potential design students, or those new to the field of interior design. I hope they are helpful to you or someone you know!
Monthly Archives: March 2010
Thanks to everyone who stopped by my booth on Saturday and the first Showcase Hammond event! We had over 60 vendors and over 400 visitors (as best we can tell) – a great day of food, fun and friends. It will definitely become an annual event…
Are you interested in becoming an interior designer? I have written a series of articles designed to help design students and new designers in their pursuit of design education. I am working on a few more articles to add to the series; in the meantime, check these out! Leave me a comment and let me know what you think. I’d also love to know if there is a topic you would like me to address in a new article – I’m happy to help!
I am pleased to announce that a custom tile design I did for a new home has been chosen to be featured on the home page at Ava Living! It’s always an honor to have a design featured, as Ava is home to designers and design enthusiasts from around the world.
If you get a chance to check it out, do so before Sunday, March 21 – and leave a comment here to let me know what you think!
I’d also be happy to evaluate your favorite room; affordable, flat fee design services are available, as well – check them out!
Beginning on March 30, I will be teaching a series of 3 interior design classes through the St. Croix Central Community Education program. Each class is $10, or take all 3 for $25:
Tuesday, March 30, 6:30 pm: Room Rescue: Bring your floorplans, dimensions and photos for some design advice on your biggest design problems. Class size is limited, so register early!
Tuesday, April 27, 6:30 pm: Color Trends 2010: Learn about the interior design trends for the coming year, and take a peek at some of the latest fabrics, wallcoverings and tiles.
Tuesday, May 18. 6:30 pm: Window Treatments 101: Come and learn about the latest in hard window treatments, as well as soft treatments. See samples of each and learn some of the best options for your own windows.
To register for these classes, please visit the SCCCE website. Hope to see you there!