Beautiful spaces, ageless places highlighted in spring edition of Design Today
March 24, 2015,
HIGH POINT — Ageless places incorporate modern classics, sustainable style and right/downsizing design, and the latest edition of Design Today, Progressive Business Media’s digital quarterly magazine for interior designers, explores all three categories via product introductions, designer perspectives and industry insiders’ forecast of market trends.
Along with a comprehensive look at current market sources for upholstery, case goods, outdoor furnishings and accessories, the latest edition of Design Today features dozens of industry veterans talking about what they’re seeing in the marketplace, their predictions for 2015 and beyond, and insight into some of the products they are sourcing for projects.
Design Today is the year-round link between interior designers and the home furnishings industry. Parent company to Furniture/Today and sister publications Home Accents Today, Casual Living, Kids Today, Home & Textiles Today, Gifts & Decorative Accessories and HFN, Progressive Business Media has offices in Greensboro, N.C., and New York.
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