We look forward to welcoming 600 guests to benefit from the panel discussion, the visual inspiration, and the connections with talented designers who can bring their home visions to life.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) March 18, 2009
Ten dollars is all it takes to benefit from a rare, open-to-the-public event taking place April 25, 2009 between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. at the Seattle Design Center. Eye on Design 2009 offers the public access to the best in home design, from stunning mantles to beds fit for a queen, along with the opportunity to ask interior design questions to a panel of experts - including award-winning interior designer and HGTV "Deserving Design" Show Host Vern Yip.
During this all-day event, homeowners and others passionate about interior design can browse 55 luxurious Seattle Design Center (SDC) showrooms and meet face-to-face with high-end interior designers to find the perfect fit professional to meet their needs.
"Now is the perfect time to get environmentally inspired design ideas to welcome Spring, learn essential home décor editing tips to create a fresh, new look, and get answers to challenging home décor questions from the experts - including Vern Yip," SDC Marketing Manager Craig Cross said. "We look forward to welcoming 600 guests to benefit from the panel discussion, the visual inspiration, and the connections with talented designers who can bring their home visions to life."
About Seattle Design Center:
Seattle Design Center, located in the Georgetown neighborhood of Seattle, is the professional designer's resource for the best that home design has to offer. SDC offers beautiful spaces to inspire remarkable and memorable home design. SCD opened its doors in 1973 to serve the region's growing affluence and appreciation for quality design and home furnishings. SDC is the only full-service design center in the Pacific Northwest serving professional interior designers and their clients in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Alaska, and British Columbia. Nationally recognized as the premier marketplace for fine home furnishings and design services, SDC encompasses 390,000 square feet of designer furniture, fabrics, accessories, architectural products, offices, and restaurants. To learn more and claim one of 600 $10 tickets to attend Eye on Design 2009 taking place on April 25, 2009, visit http://www.seattledesigncenter.com.