March 4-6, 2018 | The Beverly Hilton - Beverly Hills, CA

Posts Tagged ‘Interior Design’

Interior Design Internet Trends

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When we started thinking about launching the Design Bloggers Conference back in 2009, it was simple to contemplate the interior design internet. There were the required designer, brand and traditional media websites, but blogs, Twitter and Facebook shook the ground. Design blog stars were born. Designer brands were built. National design brands scurried to find ways…

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Learn How to Make Your Writing Sing With Saxon Henry

Pre-Conference Workshop 1: How to Make Your Writing Sing This is a  one-hour workshop broken into two 30-minute sessions which is included in your registration package –  workshop space is limited and open to the first 50 participants. One of the biggest challenges facing bloggers in the information-saturated world we occupy is engaging readers enough…

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Future Outlook for Home Design Professionals

Today will not last and the next few years will serve up unanticipated territory for home design professionals Both plague and blessing, I usually see the world like this; constantly sensing the jeopardy our current reality faces while imagining unexpected game changers ready to take hold.  With today’s great market conditions floating all boats in the luxury home design industry, it…

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Barbara Barry to Speak at Design Bloggers Conference

Barbara Barry is among the world’s most prominent and talented designers. Her name stands for a unique blend of sophistication and livability; her designs are classic, timeless and fluid. Hers is a look that speaks to the grace of form and simplicity of line.  Her designs range from elegant interiors to an extensive portfolio of…

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Susanna Salk To Speak at the Design Bloggers Conference

We are excited to announce that Susanna will be a featured speaker at the Design Bloggers Conference. Susanna Salk grew up in Essex, Massachusetts and got her B.A. in English at Vassar College and then moved to Manhattan where she helped launch Elle Decor as Interior Design Manager. She later became a Contributing Editor. In…

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