New York, NY and Delray Beach, FL (PRWEB) January 21, 2009
Noted interior designers, Matthew White and Frank Webb, of the New York firm White Webb, will speak in conjunction with the Delray Beach Historical Society's Sixteenth Annual Antiques Show & Sale. Their fresh take on design will be expressed in their talk, titled "Mix Masters ~ Blending Classic and Modern Style", which will be given at 10am on Saturday, Feburary 7, 2009 at the DelRay Beach Community Center. The lecture is sponsored by the Elizabeth B. McGraw Foundation.
White Webb was named among the "New Tastemakers - 50 for the Future of Design" by House & Garden in 2006, and since then has been hand-selected for projects at the Carlyle Hotel, the 2008 Kips Bay Decorator Show House, and most recently Metropolitan Home's Showtime House. Spanning from coast to coast, their work has been seen in nearly every national interior design magazine.
A gala preview party opens the Antiques Show from 6 to 9 p.m. on February 6 at the Delray Beach Community Center. Tickets are $175. The preview offers the first opportunity to purchase from the dealers.
Mrs. Jeffrey M. Huisinga and Mrs. Harry Sargeant III are General Chairs, and Mrs. William F. Souder, Jr. is the Honorary Chair of the 2009 event.
All funds raised by the Antiques Show & Sale will benefit the ongoing education and preservation projects of the Delray Beach Historical Society.
What: "Mix Masters - Blending Classic and Modern Style" by Matthew White and Frank Webb
Where: Delray Beach Community Center, 50 NW First Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 33444
When: 10:00 AM, February 7, 2009
Tickets for the lecture are $75.
For more information or to purchase tickets, please call 561-243-2577 or visit http://www.DB-HS.org.
About White Webb
White Webb, LLC is an interior design firm with offices in New York City. The firm's principals, Matthew White and Frank Webb, bring a sense of history to every interior design project, but balance it with an appreciation for modern life. This blending of old and new is the hallmark of the White Webb sensibility. Whether working with major art and antiques in architecturally significant houses or creating a fantasy setting in the gallery world, White Webb approaches all projects with an eye toward the past and the future, and a touch of wit.
For more information on White Webb, visit http://www.whitewebb.com.