Among the hot trends for 2011 are Steampunk, Glam, Ruralists and Preppy traditional. What style are you?
Not sure? Let us help you figure it out.
Join Terri Sapienza of the Washington Post, Dayana Yochim of the Motley Fool and myself as we host an informal discussion of 2011 design trends and how you can find and incorporate them into your own personal style.
6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.,
Thursday, January 20th.
Red Barn Mercantile,
113 S. Columbus St.,
in Old Town Alexandria.
Red Barn’s first workshop of the New Year. We will be chatting about all things design while munching on cheese and sipping wine.
Terri Sapienza is a senior staff writer with the Washington Post’s Home Section. She has covered every design trend from shabby chic to Something’s Gotta Give. Her design voice is fresh and her taste is amazing. Just last year she gave birth to a sweet little girl. Since then, Maren’s room has graced the pages of blogs like DC by Design and Velvet and Linen. You are going to love her!
Dayana Yochim is a personal finance columnist for the Motley Fool and a part time mad decor genius. Her condo in Old Town Alexandria serves as her lab where she concocts the most amazing interiors. In just the span of six months she has gone from macabre to Morroco. Her homes have been featured on HGtv, in the Washington Post’s Express and as the number one house tour on Apartment Therapy. You are going to love her too!
And then there’s me. I own the shop and specialize (if you can call it that) in mixing new styles with classic antique and vintage pieces. I hope you’ve come to know my style over the past three years. And if you like what you see, now’s our chance to talk.
I am super excited about this workshop. We hope to bring you good information, but more importantly, we hope to start a conversation where we can all share our design secrets.
Hope to see you all Thursday, January 20th from 6:30 to 8:00ish. Please rsvp by completing the form above.
P.S. … If you have topics you would like to see discussed in future workshops, share them in the comments section.