IFDA to present Color Forecast 2012 during NYIGF later this month

New York -- The New York Chapter of The International Furnishings and Design Association (IFDA) is set to present its "Color Forecast 2012" during the upcoming International Gift Fair and Home Textiles Market Week here in late January at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

Doty Horn, director of color and design for Benjamin Moore, will present the company's 2012 Color Pulse Program and will offer the limited-edition book specially priced for seminar attendees. Crystal Gentifello, editor-in-chief of Rue Magazine, will discuss how consumers are interpreting color trends in their homes and how online publishing is changing the way readers receive information.

The event is scheduled January 31 in Room 1A02-03 at the convention center, which is located on 11th Avenue and West 36th Street. It begins at 8:30 a.m. with a continental breakfast, which will be followed by the presentation from 9 to 10:30 a.m.

Ticket prices for early birds making their purchase through Jan. 26 are as follows: $30 members, $5 guests, $15 student members, and $20 students. Tickets purchased Jan. 27 through 31 are: $40 members, $55 guests, $25 student members, and $30 students.

Reservations can be made by calling (212) 686-6020 or emailing ifdanyny@verizon.net.

All IFDA members who register for this event will receive a complimentary badge - a $50 value -- to the New York International Gift Fair/Home Textiles Market Week presented by George Little Management.

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