California interior designer hosts event at her studio
on Tuesday,May 10,2011 22:05
An interior designer is hosting an event to celebrate her success over the years and to offer advice to prospective designers and showcase her talent to potential clients.
Janice McCabe, who is the owner of the Los Gatos interior design firm, has been in business for 25 years. The company, which focuses on home and commercial projects, offers its services to individuals in Los Gatos, Saratoga, Hillsborough and Los Altos.
McCabe will be bringing together her clients and other individuals who are interested in her design on May 12 to showcase some of her previous projects, some of which are in the area of the Silver Creek Valley Country Club in San Jose, California.
"A room that I design evolves from my client's personality and keeps in mind the function of each space," McCabe said. "A room can develop from unique pieces that create an opulence, or from little whimsy that expresses a client's humor."
Janice McCabe will also be serving refreshments and answering questions at her studio in Los Gatos.
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