Interior designers show off hottest trends at trade show

Feb 28 2011

Roman shades offer a timeless look for your home's interior.
Roman shades offer a timeless look for your home's interior.
The Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show is a yearly exposition featuring some of the brightest minds in the industry, and this year is no different. The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) showcase includes a wide array of bedrooms, living rooms, kitchens and bathrooms appointed with today's hottest styles of design, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

The event planners encourage patrons to bring photos, fabric swatches and other items from their homes to discuss the best way to utilize their space. The ASID has offered Ask a Designer consultations in the past, but never for rooms that were designed exclusively for the show, according to the news source.

"We'll have some unique accessories, catalogs and samples, stuff that only we have access to," Nancy Drew of Drew Designs Ltd., told the news source.

The exhibition will feature the designs of local Pittsburgh artists as well as a myriad of professionals who are available for advice or a quick chat.

Roman shades offer a timeless look for your home that's easy to install. They are also available with cellular shade liners to increase insulation and reduce utility bills.  
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