Showing posts with label Cheminne Taylor-Smith. Show all posts
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19 October, 2012

"Design Camp with Tobi Fairley . . . "


Greetings,

I'm excited to announce that I'll be speaking next month in Arkansas at Tobi Fairley's amazing "Design Camp - from A to Zseminars on November 7th through the 9th!  Tobi, besides being super talented and completely hilarious, may also be one of the smartest business people working in design these days - and always manages to bring together some of the most exciting speakers for her events -

SO . . . also on the bill . . .


"Besides her own amazing career as an interior designer, Amanda has her own line of textiles (available through Holland & Sherry showrooms, Harbinger (L.A.), Travis (ATL), and Tigger Hall (Australia)), a lighting collection with The Urban Electric Co., and two rug collections (!!!).  She’s received a TON of attention around her signature aesthetic, including publication in House BeautifulTraditional HomeVerandaCoastal LivingThe New York TimesThe Washington Post, and Oprah At Home!"

Somehow, and I find this slightly impossible, Amanda and I have never met - so I'm doubly thrilled that she is going to be speaking as well . . . 



"Cheminne is the Vice President of Marketing at the High Point Market Authority.  She has over two decades of experience in home furnishings, as well as experience working with Margaret Russell at Elle Decor. We’re lucky to have her expertise as part of our sessions! Not only is she going to lend us her insights, she’s also looking forward to getting more information on the design side!"

Cheminne and I were together last week at High Point Market - and you should know that we kinda let out a squeal of excitement when we realized that we would both be in Arkansas for Design Camp! 


"Of course you know of Kathryn’s passion for entertaining and for creating and displaying magnificent collections, through her features here on the blog and on the pages of Traditional Home, on Martha Stewart Radio.  Now is your chance to get her expert advice on how and where to find the antique pieces that will make your room look “collected, not decorated.” "

And I'm especially excited to meet Kathryn - we've spoken via email for over a year now . . . comparing notes on dinner parties and holiday decoration - and I have a feeling that we're going to become fast friends! 

To sign-up for the amazing three-day seminar - click HERE -or for more details and information - click HERE.

Getting my Southern accent ready again,
Scot
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