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The only show of its kind in New England, the second annual Boston Home Decor Show, November 17–20, will once again feature an array of fine art galleries, antiques, Mid-Century Modern to contemporary furnishings and interior design resources.

Launched to critical acclaim in 2015, the Boston Home Decor Show is open to both retail and wholesale design businesses, individual artists and galleries and bespoke artisans from Boston and beyond. The show offers both interior designers and consumers new resources, inspiration and access to home design and home décor experts through a number of special events and guest appearances. Details at

Supported by an impressive Host Committee of sponsors and patrons drawn from Boston’s vibrant design community, the four-day show and sale kicks off with a Gala Preview on Thursday, November 17 with 100% of the ticket proceeds benefitting DIFFA: Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS and a local Boston AIDS service organization: Community Research Initiative of New England (CRI). For Gala tickets visit

Dakota Jackson, a leading figure in American furniture design, will be a Special Guest at the Gala Preview, and will also host a Designer Luncheon and offer the Keynote presentation on Friday at the show. His appearances in Boston will come on the heels of the release of his “Symphony Collection”, an impeccably engineered and crafted furniture group inspired by a selection of musical style and references. The collection will be featured at the Boston Home Decor Show, courtesy of M-Geough Company, the showroom at Boston Design Center that represents Mr. Jackson’s work in New England.

Saturday will feature a Special Guest appearance by British-born, preeminent interior designer Kathryn M. Ireland. Ireland is known for her textiles and furnishings, as well as for her legendary “sympathetic restorations” of landmark architectural houses and hotels, and her designs for extraordinary homes for the Hollywood elite. The author of five best-selling books on design, her appearance is sponsored by Charles Spada Antiques and Interiors of Boston.

Also on Saturday, Cutting Edge Homes headed by Sean Cutting, President, presents a panel, Keeping it Real: Interior Design, Home Remodeling, and the Real Estate Market for a closer look at how can interior designers, design/build firms and real estate agents work together to assist the sale of residential properties. Panelists will provide valuable insider information while also forging a new understanding of the importance of design industry collaboration with real estate professionals. Panelists include noted Boston interior designer Paula Daher and Jonathan P. Radford of Coldwell Banker, who has specialized in marketing luxury properties for more than 20 years.

Sunday, Ashley Rooney, author of Condo Makeovers: Inventive Ideas for Vertical Living, moderates a panel to discover how to design, construct, and accessorize challenging spaces. Rooney is joined by book contributors Julie Lineberger, Owner of LineSync Architecture, a green and sustainable firm in southern Vermont; Joseph Cincotta, Principle Architect of LineSync Architecture; and Charlene Keogh, principle of Keogh Design, a residential and commercial interior design firm.

Throughout the weekend, Trefler’s of Newton, the oldest comprehensive restoration company in the U.S., now celebrating their 95th anniversary, will offer complimentary restoration estimates. Show goers are encouraged to bring photographs of favorite furnishings, fine art, and decorative objects for a sneak peek into the renewal process. (Photographs only please, no actual objects.)

Friday, November 18 | 1:00–8:00pm
Saturday November 19 | 11:00am–8:00pm
Sunday November 20 | 11:00am–5:00pm

Weekend tickets are $15, under 12 free. Admission includes complimentary special programs, re-admission, catalog, and coat check. A bistro café by Jules Catering, discount and valet parking are also available. Details call: 617.363.0405. For general information visit:


Boston Home Decor Show
Nov 18, 2016 - Nov 20, 2016 
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