IFDA to present color forecast for 2011

New York – The New York Chapter of The International Furnishings and Design Association (IFDA) will present "Color Forecast 2011” at the New York International Gift Fair and Home Textiles Market at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center on Feb. 1. 

Doty Horn, Benjamin Moore’s director of color and design, will present the company’s 2011 Color Pulse Program called ‘Balance’ and will offer the limited edition book discounted for seminar attendees. Susannah Pask, publisher of East Coast Home & Design Magazine, will show how consumers are interpreting color trends in their homes.  

A continental breakfast will begin at 8:30 am, followed by the seminar from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. in Room 1A02-03.

The price of registration through Jan. 27 will be $30 for IFDA members, $45 for guest, $15 for student members, and $20 for students.

Beginning Jan. 28, prices will be $40 for members, $55 for guests, $25 for student members and $30 for students.

IFDA members will receive a complimentary badge ($50 value) to the New York International Gift Fair/Home Textiles Market Week with their registration.

To reserve, call 212-686-6020 or email ifdanyny@verizon.net

 

 

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