Abbyson Presents “Fashion Forward Interiors: A Trend + Color Forecast” at Spring High Point Market
April 12, 2017,
Los Angeles—Abbyson—a leading home furnishings brand and innovative manufacturer and designer of affordable, modern day furnishings—has teamed up with the Interior Design Society (IDS) to sponsor an engaging event during the High Point Spring Market which will feature leading forces in the fashion, trend and color industry.
“Fashion Forward Interiors: A Trend + Color Forecast” will explore pop culture and color trends and the hottest products for spaces. Jaye Anna Mize, Home Interiors Director of Fashion Snoops, will moderate a panel with internationally recognized interior designer Kelli Ellis of HGTV's House Hunters Renovation and Sherwin Williams’ Director of Color Susan Wadden, who together will discuss the latest consumer behavior movements behind why something becomes on trend and how designers can use those movements to design livable spaces for clients. These fashion-forward industry tastemakers will share key attributes to making color and product trends work for clients.
The event will be held on Monday April 24, 2017 inside Abbyson’s new 22,000 square-foot showroom in IHFC, on the 11th Floor Commerce Wing (C1156). A complimentary lunch will be served at 11:30 am followed by a moderated panel conversation at 12 noon. To attend this event, RSVP to email@example.com.
Abbyson successfully expanded its footprint into new channels of distribution by recently introducing a new designer program, which gives interior design professionals access to Abbyson’s spectrum of products at wholesale pricing, no minimums, plenty of customization options and two-week delivery times. Abbyson plans to introduce a number of new company initiatives and new product collections across 12 complete lifestyle categories in their new showroom (C1156) at the upcoming Spring High Point Market, April 22-26, 2017.
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