Top interior designer to speak at educational breakfast
on Thursday,September 24,2009 01:09
Tobi Fairley has been named one of America''s top 20 young interior designers by Traditional Homes Magazine, but she is not keeping the secrets of her success under wraps. Instead, she plans to share them at an educational breakfast hosted by WithIt and the International Home Furnishing Center at the High Point Market in North Carolina.
Scheduled for October 18, Fairley will speak to all in attendance about using social media to help build a design brand that has celebrity status much like her own.
While her comments will focus on an effective business strategy that is not immediately apparent, the details of acclaimed design methods are evident in every project she has worked on. She prefers to employ traditional designs to create a sense of familiarity in favor of more modern and less inviting home layouts. To keep rooms looking fresh and contemporary, she often uses splashes of matching colors throughout a room.
She may discuss some of these practices during the free October 18 breakfast, but a more thorough understanding of them may also be gained with an education in interior design.
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