Panel: Where Will 2021 Take Interior Design?

Melissa Galt heads a panel of interior designers to discuss trends, business and interior design opportunities in 2021.

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Design Trends 2021 with Las Vegas Market
Where will 2021 Take Interior Design Trends?

After a year fraught with change as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, which has shifted — and propelled —interior design businesses in ways that we wouldn't have imagined a few short months ago, we're taking a look forward to learn what will be front and center in interior design in the coming year. Has COVID changed the way consumers are viewing their homes? What new trends are on the horizon? How will business be conducted?

Join moderator, business coach, author and interior designer Melissa Galt for what we expect to be a lively discussion on all of these topics with four designers who are tops in their field. We're not sure how we're keeping this one to just one hour! 

August 18, 3:00 PM ET/12:00 PM PT

You can register here to be on the call. 

Join Melissa Galt and panelists, Rhonda Peterson, Rhonda Peterson and Associates LLC; Erika Hollinshead Ward, Erika Ward Interiors; Eneia White, Eneia White Interiors; and Michel Smith Boyd, Smith Boyd Interiors; as they discuss design trends and more in this upcoming panel.

Melissa Galt, Rhonda Peterson, Eneia White, Erika Ward, Michel Smith Boyd

What design trends can we expect to see in 2021? Galt talks with these four oh-so talented designers to get their take on what's on tap for interiors in the coming year. Learn the must-haves for furniture, the latest in residential lighting design, and get a look at the irresistible decor pieces that deliver the personality. Whether it's family casual in the suburbs or luxury sophistication in the city, you'll get the inside scoop and a sneak peek at the 2021 forecast from these designers with unexpected backgrounds, unlimited futures and undeniable impact. 

Register Here. 

Sponsored by Furniture, Lighting & Decor and Las Vegas Market


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