Carolinas IFDA Event to Feature Libby Langdon

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HIGH POINT, N.C.-The Carolinas Chapter of International Furnishings & Design Association is planning a star-studded "Night of Luminaries" on Wednesday, Nov. 7 at the High Point Country Club. Center stage will be designer, author and room makeover television personality Libby Langdon.

Langdon is the creative force behind New York City-based design firm, Libby Interiors. She is currently shooting makeovers for "Open House" on NBC and was host and lead designer on the FOX makeover show "Design Invasion" as well as a design expert on HGTV's "Small Space, Big Style."

"We are delighted to have someone with Libby's design acumen and national stature as our Design Luminary Star in November," said Robin Gainey, Carolinas Chapter president.

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