EMILY MORROW HOME Coming to a city near you…and DOMOTEX USA 2020
2019 has been a GREAT YEAR…. It’s been a year of growth for starters to the point now where we have a total of 36 active styles and a gorgeous portfolio of “custom designed” specified projects for commercial projects. We have loved seeing YOU and your clients embrace our newest introductions such as our 2019 Color of the Year “TUSKER” as well as some very exciting surprises. Naturally as a veteran in the floor covering and interior design industry, I always expect certain parts of the country to embrace trends ahead of others, and enjoy seeing how that has evolved over the years.
Going into 2020, a whole new decade, expect to see some major shifts in the color, style and design world. It’s been a very neutral palette for quite some time and we’ve needed comfort, nurturing and calm. With a booming economy and a raging appetite for change in our interiors, (just like our appetites for spicy food on the days that follow the Thanksgiving turkey) you can enjoy seeing merging and blending of various design styles like mid century modern with 70’s and 80’s design elements, with vivid wall coverings, playful layering of patterns and what I love to call “MAXIMALISM”. For a visual reference of what “Maximalist” style is, allow me to introduce you to one of the many new SUPER TALENTED friends I made during this year’s Designer’s Today Magazine DESIGNER EXPERIENCE ATLANTA, Kurt Jacob Miller also known as Maximalist Style in Chicago, Illinois.
This November I had the honor and pleasure of being a sponsor of the first ATLANTA DESIGNER EXPERIENCE, created and hosted by Designer’s Today Magazine. Jane Dagmi, Editor in Chief, along with her team, both inspired and warmed my heart! The guest panelists were stellar as were the designers themselves. I love Jane’s editorial about the event since it so perfectly sums up how I felt at the conclusion of the DX-ATL read here… in her own words.
Stay tuned for more updates that include Jane Dagmi, some of the NEW Design Super Stars like Michel Smith Boyd of Michel Smith Boyd, Pacita Wilson of Pineapple Park, Jenny Wagner of J. Thomas Designs and our “encore” panelist Mark Woodman Design + Color, all of whom will be part of our Emily Morrow Home Design Panel February 6th, 2020 at Domotex USA. The panelists although kept under wraps until this past week are listed below. We also have a once in a lifetime opportunity EMH Mill Tour to give you a behind the scenes look at how our hardwood flooring is made, inside a medium security prison. We take care of all the details, from snacks to background checks, we’ve got you covered. Click to register early as this is a limited seat event.
You SHOULD BE GOING!!! See links for DOMOTEX USA EARLY BIRD Registration.
Happy Holidays and an even HAPPIER 2020!!!
Earn CEUs while Touring the Manufacturing Facility where Emily Morrow Home Products are made Feb. 4, 2020 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM
An exclusive mill tour experience with transportation, CEU presentation, and lunch all provided.
To accommodate DOMOTEX USA attendees as well as Nashville-areal designers, chartered transportation will pick-up at two locations:
- – Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Ga.
- – Myers Carpet in Nashville, Tenn.
Once aboard the bus, we will drive to Nashville, enjoy lunch together (included), tour the manufacturing facility while earning CEU credit, and return. It will be a busy day full of networking and learning. A more detailed timeline will be provided closer to the event. Please note a government-issued ID will be required to enter the prison.
Space is limited and event registration is required. Please click here to begin registration. Early Bird registration by December 20 receives a special gift. Final registration cut off is January 17.
*Note this is a special ticketed event.
**TOUR PARTICIPANT QUALIFICATIONS. All tour participants must agree to the following tour participant terms during the pre-registration process:
Having an understanding of today’s trends is extremely important when helping customers with their décor choices. However, many of these “trends” can seem unrealistic to a consumer who is living in a dated home. They want to incorporate the latest looks into their décor but feel it is impossible without undergoing a major renovation.
By attending the Designer Personified panel discussion, you will learn how to tackle this challenge and more. Attendees will hear from leading designers as they share the latest design trends, discuss the difference between “trends” and “trendy,” and teach valuable “tricks of the trade,” you can use to help customers realistically incorporate fresh, lasting looks they love.
Special Ticket Pricing
- $55 through Dec. 17
- $65 Dec. 18 – Feb. 4
- $75 onsite
Space is limited.