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“Day of Design” draws enthusiasts to Connecticut
Jun 3, 2015

Prominent interior designers will convene at the stately Mayflower Grace in Washington, Connecticut, on June 13 to discuss all things interior design at “Day of Design.” The morning’s panels begin with “Styling the Collection,” with Kathryn McCarver Root of KMR Arts Gallery, designer Alan Tanksley, and Kyle Hoepner, editor in chief of New England Home Magazine, who will talk about creating and displaying collections. Next on the docket is “Bold Moments in Design,” a panel with designer-stylist-writer Stacy Kunstel, Kati Curtis and Justin Shaulis, who will discuss how to make the strongest statement. Afternoon panels include “The Narrative of Wallpaper,” with designer Philip Gorrivan and Fromental North America Director Melissa Mittag, and “Designing Paradises” with Robert Couturier discussing his dream-home projects.
“Day of Design” draws enthusiasts to Connecticut
Stacey Bewkes, Robert Couturier and Susanna Salk
Panel moderators include design author Susanna Salk, who has most recently written “Decorate Fearlessly!,” and Stacey Bewkes, writer and founder of Quintessence. An alfresco lunch courtesy of the restaurant Muse by Jonathan Cartwright, plus the Meet the Designers’ cocktail party with a book signing with Couturier and Salk, will also be on offer.
The event costs $170, which includes entry for all panels, refreshments, lunch and the evening cocktail party. Call Christine Afiouni at the Mayflower Grace to book this reservations-required event: 860-868-9466.“Day of Design” draws enthusiasts to Connecticut
A featured design from Kati Curtis
“Day of Design” draws enthusiasts to Connecticut
The Mayflower Grace

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