Join a panel of interior experts as they reveal the latest tips and trends on using colour in the home. Interior stylist and author Megan Morton, interior designer Greg Natale, interior stylist Jason Grant and Terri Winter of design store top3 by design will take part in a lively discussion, hosted by Anne-Maree Sargeant. It […]
October 26th, 2011
Join a panel of interior experts as they reveal the latest tips and trends on using colour in the home.
Interior stylist and author Megan Morton, interior designer Greg Natale, interior stylist Jason Grant and Terri Winter of design store top3 by design will take part in a lively discussion, hosted by Anne-Maree Sargeant.
It all takes place on Saturday 29 October at 11am and 1pm at Supa Centa Moore Park, 2a Todman Avenue, Kensington.
Sessions are free, but registration is essential. Visit the Supa Centa website to register your interest – and bring some colour into your home!
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