Need some advice on a design project?
Then you’ll want to be at Country Willow in Bedford Hills Nov. 14.
That’s when the longstanding furniture store will be hosting a free event, “Tackle Your Design Project Like a Boss,” from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Jessica Geller and Virginia Toledo of the Englewood, New Jersey-based boutique interior design firm Toledo Geller will be on hand to share tips for any home design project – whether you plan to work with a designer or do it yourself.
The evening will also include refreshments and prizes along with the chance to have a private on-site session with the designers, after the event, to discuss a specific design challenge.
In advancing the event, Mike Liebowitz, Country Willow’s CEO, says, “We are excited to host these incredibly talented designers. It’s a great extension of what we do. People come to Country Willow to upgrade their homes and get their ‘forever furniture.’ They understand the value of fine craftsmanship and unique styles but often need guidance on how best to fit the pieces in with their lifestyle. We look forward to helping empower people so they can own their redesign, from beginning to end.”
In a statement, Toledo Geller adds that, “Tackling your home’s interior décor or renovation can be tough and involves many big decisions. We’re thrilled to be teaming up with one of the areas best showrooms to give their community and customers our best professional tips to navigating the design process ensuring that you will be fully prepared to tackle that next project.”
Country Willow is one of the area’s largest, independently owned furniture retail and design centers with more than 35,000 square feet of showroom space. That includes its newest gallery, The Loft, which features industrial loft, urban modern and Nordic furniture.
Space is limited to book a one-on-one session with Toledo Geller immediately after the event. Book one by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. For more, or to RSVP for the event, visit the event listings on Country Willow’s Facebook page @countrywillow.
– Mary Shustack