Design & Construction Week


DCW moves to Orlando for 2021


The 2020 Design & Construction Week® (DCW) brought more than 90,000 residential design and construction industry professionals to Las Vegas, Nevada and featured more than 2,000 exhibits spanning more than one million square feet of indoor and outdoor exhibit space. This mega-event continues to be a must-attend for anyone involved in the design and construction industries.


Founding partners, the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) will continue driving the possibilities of home forward with the co-location of the NAHB International Builders’ Show® (IBS) and NKBA’s Kitchen & Bath Industry Show® (KBIS) in 2021. The eighth annual event will move to Orlando, Florida, February 9-11 for three days of networking, education and exhibits.


Save the date and make plans now to join us!

February 9-11 | Orange County Convention Center

Interior Design Trends For 2020 From Milan Design Week 2019

What is a trend? Why every year design experts write interior trend reports like this one after Milan Design Week is over? Seeing blog posts with titles like which trend is IN and which one is OUT is just ridiculous. We cannot set a starting date of a particular trend like, “Hey, this year marble is out so you may throw your table away” or “velvet is a huge trend in 2019”. Wait, wasn’t velvet dominant in 2017 or 2018? However, what is exciting about trend-seeking, is that we can observe how materials, colors, and textures will cohabitate with humans during the years to come as well as adapting it to our needs.

Interior design trends for 2020 - Marble interior trend - Authentic Interior design studio & blog www.authenticinterior.com
Interior design trends for 2020 - Marble interior trend - Authentic Interior design studio & blog www.authenticinterior.com
Interior design trends for 2020 - Carpet interior trend - Authentic Interior design studio & blog www.authenticinterior.com

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