Southern Style Now
The Southern Style Now festival is a celebration of design, marked by keynotes, panel discussions, cocktail and dinner parties, exhibitions, and a show house. The 2017 festival offers incomparable networking opportunities, while celebrating Southern design in Savannah, one of America’s most beautiful and beloved cities. The festival is open to the public, as well as to design industry professionals.
Don’t miss a panel discussion that Bobbi will be a part of during this exciting event! Details below.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11
2 – 3 PM | 128 Montgomery Street
SCAD Student Center, 2nd Floor
Moderator: Karen Mooney
• Gen Sohr
• Bobbi Jo Engelby
• Linda Eyles
• Rebecca Atwood
Sponsored by Ballard Designs
Textile Temptresses, and their Fabric Obsessions
Some of us are obsessed with fabrics. In fact, some of us have entire, secret closets stuffed with fabrics that we lie to our spouses about (but that’s another story). On this panel, leading interior designers identify emerging trends in textiles, celebrate all-time faves, and discuss their greatest fabric-related challenges. We’ll also pause to acknowledge the fact that ruffle-loving Southerners keep the textile industry in business, thank you very much. Consider this a support group for active textileholics who have no intention of quitting.
Bud Vases are BACK!
Our best selling hinged bud vases are back! These fabulous pieces go fast, so come pick yours up today!
New Showroom Arrival
The Meredith 4-Door Cabinet from Bungalow 5 is brand new to the showroom and we love it! This gorgeous piece has a stunning blue finish – come see for yourself!
Just In: Vibrant Beacon Hill Fabric
Last Chance to Participate the Walk to Defeat ALS
A message from Bobbi Jo:
I am participating in the Lowcountry Walk to Defeat ALS this Saturday, November 04, 2017 in honor of my father, Larry Meana, who is currently battling ALS.
Every dollar we can raise for research may help him and others prolong their lives. He is currently awaiting breakthrough new medication that he will need to take intravenously for the rest of his life. This new drug was partly funded by the all the money raised by the Ice Bucket Challenge! It is currently the only potential treatment for victims of ALS. Currently my father is losing his ability to speak and breath. He can only breath laying down if he is on a breathing machine. He must sit leaning forward at all times or he can not breath. We are blessed that he still has mobility and muscle control in his lower body.
I am walking for Dad and all others with this devastating disease and I need you on my team!!
Every 90 minutes someone is diagnosed with ALS — it robs a person of the ability to walk, speak, eat,and eventually breathe. And what’s even worse is that right now, there’s no cure.
Will you join me and join the movement to cure ALS? It’s easy to register online!
Thank you and I can’t wait to have you by my side at the Walk!
PS – If you can’t make it on November 04, 2017 – please consider making a donation towards our goal of $1,750.00.