Sweet swag from Designer Bath.
March has been a whirlwind ... we have had so many after-hours social events at work that it has been difficult to keep up with posting regularly on my own blog after sharing everything via Designer Bath. If you would like to see photos from the recent ASID Gala at the Mandarin, or if you are curious about the last Passport to Design seminar at Landry and Acari, then please visit the Designer Bath facebook page and design blog to check out my photo recaps. Boston Home Magazine will be announcing the winner of the $20,000 Passport to Design Sweepstakes next week so stay tuned!
Passport to Design seminar at Landry and Arcari, March 14th
with Lynda Onthank, Katherine Hawkins, and Barbara Bradlee
photo credit: Barbara Lynch Photography
Designer Eric Haydel at the Frette showroom pre-ASID Awards Gala
at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Boston, March 21st
Candice Wu fashion show sponsored by Boston Magazine
at the Peabody Essex Museum, March 27th // via Instagram
I may be working a lot of nights lately, but it certainly has been fun (hello signature cocktails, passed hors d’ouevres, and swag bags filled with design goodies!) I’d love to see YOU at our next event at Landry and Arcari in Salem MA on this Thursday night, April 4th, from 6pm to 8pm. Sponsored by Northshore Magazine, this will be another really fun event!
Join me at the “Love Your Home Design Challenge Event”
Three lucky readers will receive virtual home makeovers and have their previously submitted design challenges solved by local experts. The winners will be unveiled that night. ALL of our guests will have the chance to enter to win a Mini Home Makeover raffle prize valued at $2,500 donated by Sue Adams Interiors, Designer Bath, Howell Custom Building Group, Landry and Arcari Oriental Rugs and Carpeting and Lucia Lighting and Design. All proceeds from raffle ticket sales will be donated to Merrimack Valley Habitat for Humanity. And if you are a twitter fan, you could win an additional prize that night just by tweeting during the event. To register to attend, click here. Dress code? Why spring colors, of course!