A lively conversation between architects and interior designers about how we could design our homes to suit our changing lifestyles. During this talk led by Houzz, the world's leading platform for home renovation and design, we will explore materials, technology, wellness and more, as we predict how our homes might look in the future.
Following last year’s sell-out session (there wasn’t even standing room!), Camberyard’s Polly Williams is bringing together a different group of Camberyard Collective members to discuss the practical, day-to-day realities of running your own design business.
As The Designers’ Advisor at the multi-award winning Camberyard, Polly specialises in offering mentoring and business development advice to interior design professionals. She also brings these brands and designers together through her thriving Camberyard Collective, running a regular series of events. With 12 years’ experience advising an interior design studio in London and several years at Camberyard’s helm, Polly is a champion networker and knows how to launch a company and make it a success.
Be inspired as she and her panel from the Camberyard Collective discuss key business and marketing strategies for establishing and running your own interiors business. The panel, comprised of three interior designers and a brand, will discuss how to develop your USP, market your business in an ever-changing industry and find your target clients via creative collaborations and social media. If you’re passionate about interior design and launching and growing a successful business, don’t miss this valuable – and lively – talk.
Colour Hive Limited, the colour experts behind MIX Magazine, present an inspirational seminar profiling four key colour stories for Autumn Winter 2019/20, Wild, Story, Solace, and Vibe, . Based on this forecast, Hannah Malein will explore how these trends will inform our choices, inspire design concepts and influence material and surface applications for the decorative market.
How lighting can complement any interior and advice on how best to use it