Wouldn’t you like to interact with some of the most well known women designers at this year’s ‘Antiques at The Gardens’ event? You will have your opportunity with the Antiques in The Gardens Designing Women panel discussion.
Designing Women – Saturday, Oct. 7
Karen Carroll of Flower magazine will lead a panel discussion and luncheon with Vine Garden Market, Charlotte Lucas, Liz Carroll and Paloma Contreras at 11:30 am.
Vine Garden Market
Bryce Vann Brock and Kelly Revel partnered to open the shop Vine Garden Market on St. Simons Island, Georgia. They’ve combined a unique retail space, landscape design and event planning services a one-of-a-kind concept.
Charlotte Lucas’s love for design started at an early age, learning to appreciate the impact of color, pattern and detail from her mother, also a designer. Her childhood was in many ways a design tutorial—spent in antique stores, flea markets, fabric stores, and showrooms across the Southeast. In 2012, Charlotte started her own design firm and has since worked on projects throughout the Southeast.
Liz Carroll Interiors
For the past nine years Liz Carroll Interiors offers one of a kind designs in furniture, lighting and flooring. The firm works to build relationships and work with clients one-on-one to meet their needs.
Paloma Contreras is an award-winning interior decorator, tastemaker, and design blogger based in Houston, Texas. Paloma’s design sensibility is a modern take on traditional style– gravitating towards classic silhouettes and timeless pieces paired with a touch of glamour and an infusion of color. Paloma has honed her distinct eye for style through a decade in the design industry and a lifetime of appreciating beauty in all of its various forms. Paloma is well-versed in a broad range of styles which are executed in a manner that is polished, refined, and effortless.
The Moderator Karen Carroll of Flower magazine
According to their website, Flower magazine is the only floral magazine in the nation with a mission to inspire, educate and entertain readers with a point of view that stems from seeing the world through a botanical lens. From private and historic gardens to stylish weddings to tastemakers in the floral, event, and interiors world, our pages brim with the people, places, and things that inspire the flower lover in us all. The magazine, published in Birmingham, Alabama, is available in 50 states and 17 countries.
The cost to attend the Designing Women panel is $35 and includes lunch.
ENJOY These Sunday Antiques in The Gardens Events
Southern Sunday presented by LICOA and ADAC is new for 2017. Beth Webb and Jeffrey Dungan will share their style at 11:30 am followed by style tips by Bobby McAlpine and Chris Tippett at 1:00 pm. Your general admission ticket covers the cost of the Southern Sunday events.