Dallas Design Week Returns this Fall

The Dallas Market Center event set for Sept. 23-26 will include the Dine + Design luncheon and ColorMix Forecast 2020 presentation by Sherwin-Williams.

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Dallas Market Center today announced the return of fall Dallas Design Week, Sept. 23-26, 2019, including the Dine + Design luncheon and ColorMix Forecast 2020 presentation by Sherwin-Williams along with multiple days of seminars, receptions and networking.

The fall edition of Dallas Design Week welcomes more than 1,000 designers for education and inspiration, the centerpiece of which is the Dine + Design event. At the luncheon attended by hundreds of designers and their guests, Sherwin-Williams will present the ColorMix Forecast 2020, which will serve as inspiration for design vignettes displayed in the World Trade Center atrium and sponsored by Dallas Market Center exhibitors. Dine + Design takes place on Sept. 24, 2019.

“Dallas Design Week serves as the largest design community gathering in the region. Supported by showrooms, industry experts and influencers, we welcome a growing number of interior designers in search of inspiration and connection,” says Cindy Morris, President and CEO of Dallas Market Center. “We are thrilled to bring another fall edition of Dallas Design Week into our design marketplace and look forward to insightful presentations by Sherwin-Williams and other design thought leaders.”

The Dine + Design luncheon is one of the many events that Dallas Market Center will provide to interior designers and other industry professionals during fall Dallas Design Week. A complete schedule of Dallas Design Week event details and RSVP information will be made available soon.

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