Passport to Design

sign up to win a $20,000 home makeover!

Whether you are looking to remodel a bath, redecorate your living room or update your kitchen, you will love participating in Passport to Design. You could win a grand prize package worth $20,000 to design the home makeover of your dreams!*

Between the months of October 2012 and March 2013 visit the showrooms, attend the seminars, get your passport stamped, and gather inspiration for creating the home makeover of your dreams.

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From Studs to Stunning – Remodeling Tips from the Pros

Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Presented by: Designer Bath and Salem Plumbing Supply

Join us for a panel discussion featuring North Shore remodeling experts on how to create the designer bath of your dreams. Whether your desired goal is a sparkling jewel of a powder room or a spa-worthy master bath, you will learn behind the scenes tips on how to get it done on time, on budget, and with the least amount of hassle. Guest panelists include Sally Wilson of Wilson Kelsey Design, Gary Moffie of The Remodeling Company, Mark Rohl of ROHL and moderator Mary Beth Haggerty, ASID President and owner of The Drawing Room Interior Design.

Time: 6:00-8:00pm
Address: 97 River St, Beverly, MA

New Fabric Trends Seminar

Thursday, December 6, 2012
Presented by: Circle Furniture

Color, texture, solids, patterns, oh my! Are you overwhelmed by all the choices in fabric these days? Do you love animal prints but aren’t sure they’ll still be in style in 2013? Are you wondering what’s hot and what’s not in the fabric world? Don’t despair, we’ve got you covered. Come to Circle Furniture’s Cambridge showroom and find out what prints, colors and textures are making their way down the runway and eventually into your living room in 2013. We’ll give you all the advice you need to pick and choose the perfect fabrics for your home!

Time: 6:30-8:30pm
Address: 199 Alewife Brook Parkway,  Cambridge, MA

Lighting Trends 2013

Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Presented by: Lucia Lighting and Design

Join Lucy Dearborn and her team of lighting experts to learn about Lighting Trends 2013. Get insight into the latest and greatest in custom lighting (blown glass, custom creations, lampshades, and more!), LED technology, lighting controls, and energy saving ideas. Preview fabulous new fixtures and listen to bright ideas to illuminate your home and life while enjoying a slice of lucía hospitality.

Time: 6:00-8:00pm
RSVP: Lisa Amore, 781.595.0026 or
Address: 311 Western Avenue, Lynn, MA

Backsplash Basics: Making your kitchen a masterpiece

Thursday, February 7, 2013
Presented by: Tile by Design

A kitchen is not complete without tile on its backsplash. First used strictly for utilitarian purposes, tile backsplashes now make a design statement as important to the overall look of your room as do cabinets, counter tops, window treatments and paint color. With unlimited options in material, shapes, and finishes, finding the perfect custom backsplash can be a daunting task. Learn the necessary steps of selecting, planning, designing, and installing tile to ensure a successful end result in the most important room in your home.

Time: 6:00-8:00pm
RSVP: or 978.750.6650
Address: 120 Andover St, Danvers, MA

Stylish Floors:Decorating with Hand Woven Oriental Rugs

Thursday, March 7, 2013
Presented by: Landry & Arcari

Jerry Arcari, founder of award winning Landry & Arcari Rugs & Carpeting will present the rage in rugs. See the innovative products that originate from the classics. Let us show you how to use the latest in hand made rugs to create a beautiful room. Landry & Arcari design consultants will present their “go to” product, lines they love for design, performance, and beauty. Whether you’re working on a new space, or updating your existing home or office, see the limitless options and ideas available today from the experts.

Time: 6:00-8:00pm
RSVP: 978.744.5909 or
Address: Landry & Arcari Salem Showroom, 63 Flint Street, Salem, MA

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