Designer Seminars & CEUs
Continuing Education Units: Registered interior designers in the state of Florida are required to complete 20 hours of continuing education units every two years. Of these 20 hours, 16 hours must be classified “health, safety, and welfare,” 2 hours must be under the heading of “advanced codes; the rest may be considered “general.”
12 Designer-Furnished Living Rooms On Display
April 1, 2018 at Miromar Design Center
Now through May
Beautiful Living Rooms for Every Budget
Designed for Living: 12 designer-furnished living rooms are now on display in the atrium through April. The installations include:
- Single and multistore collaborations
- Prices for every budget
- Full-room prices starting in the $6,000s
- Right now trends!
- Bright-white leather sectionals, teak-root tables, gilded gold and classic
- Mid-century modern and contemporary styles too!
Brochures provide detailed pricing so you can buy the entire room or shop your favorites from each display.
Kitchen & Bath Remodeling: What you Need to Know
May 10, 2018 at 11:00 am
FREE Design Seminar and Q&A Session
The Decision-making Process throughout your Remodeling Project
So…you’ve decided to remodel! Great!
It’s the first of many decisions you’ll make from start to finish.
Presented by TONY MAMMOLITI, Poggenpohl, owner and designer.
During this inspiring and informative presentation, you’ll learn what you can expect during the remodeling process. Tony will share the questions you should ask, offer advice of how to work best with contractors, designers and decorators and show the dramatic possibilities through before-and-after photos of Poggenpohl kitchens and bath remodels.
Space is limited. Register online only or call the Concierge Desk at (239) 390-5111 for additional details.
FREE Design Seminar Series – on-going educational and inspirational presentations featuring local design experts on relevant topics of interest. Free seminars, open to all where refreshments are hosted in various showrooms.
Distinguished Speakers Series – featuring the “Who’s Who” in interior design and architecture from around the country. Celebrity designers from HGTV and Bravo as well as Architectural Digest’s “Top 100” make special guest appearances and sign their recent books. Often includes a nominal charge with a meet-the-speaker complimentary book-signing wine reception.