The Carolinas Chapter of International Furnishings & Design Association (IFDA) announced that is planning a star-studded “Night of Luminaries” on Wednesday, November 7 at the High Point Country Club. Center stage will be designer, author and room makeover television personality Libby Langdon. Sharing the spotlight will be top senior design students from schools throughout the region.
This October High Point Market, she is adding to her first licensed upholstered furniture collection, Libby Langdon for Braxton Culler as well as her rug line, Libby Langdon for Tiger Rug. Libby’s signature easy and elegant style has won legions of fans and she is becoming known for her growing collections of branded home furnishings.
Robin Gainey, Carolinas Chapter President, IFDA commented “We are delighted to have someone with Libby’s design acumen and national stature as our Design Luminary Star in November. The outstanding design student stars we are inviting to join us will be eager to learn from and chat with a leading expert in the field.” Colleges and universities will send their top senior design student to the glittering industry event and each will bring a sample of their work to display during the cocktail hour starting at 5 p.m. followed by a buffet dinner.
Libby Langdon is the creative force behind New York City based design firm, Libby Interiors, drawing inspiration from conversations with consumers about how they really live, what they really want. She is currently shooting makeovers for Open House on NBC and was host and lead designer on the FOX makeover show, Design Invasion as well as a design expert on HGTV’s Small Space, Big Style. In addition to TV makeover appearances on many popular shows, her design and entertaining ideas are often featured on the covers and in the pages of leading shelter magazines.
Her first book, Libby Langdon’s Small Space Solutions, offers innovative and inexpensive design ideas to help small space dwellers live large. She travels across the country appearing on local television stations and regularly gives presentations about design in small spaces to furniture retailers and manufacturers, providing insights on how to court the small-space consumer.
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