Dering Hall’s Wired & inspired Series Hits the Design Circuit This Fall

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Dering Hall is taking its popular Wired & Inspired Virtual Showhouse to destinations across the country this fall. An exciting showcase of digital design installations, the program launched for the first time at the New York Design Center (NYDC) and received rave reviews. The fall Wired & Inspired tour just kicked off at the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center (ADAC) with an opening day event on September 28th. The next stop will be the Boston Design Center (BDC), followed by Thomas Lavin (PDC) and High Point Market. Each location has its own unique theme and features a myriad of top talents. From favorite cities to movies, the selected designers will bring their visions to life through mood boards, room renderings and concept drawings utilizing furnishings from the respective design center, tradeshow or showroom. Meant to serve as a source of inspiration, the items featured in each vignette will also be available for purchase through Dering Hall.

Dering Hall Co-Founder Peter Sallick, remarks, “After the success of our first Wired and Inspired, we knew we had to run with the concept and make it a signature series. The Dering Hall community includes over 500 of the world’s top brands and over 15,000 of the finest interior design products. These virtual showhouses are a fun, interactive way for us to engage with our audience and highlight our designers and brands around key design moments. The program is also a prime example of our commitment to contextual commerce and emblematic of the richness of the Dering Hall experience.”

ADAC – Atlanta
Discover ADAC
September 28 –October 1, 2015
Theme: Favorite Cities

Dering Hall kicked off the 2015 edition of Discover ADAC on September 28th with a Wired & Inspired opening day celebration in the Paul + showroom. The Wired & Inspired features nine vignettes designed by Beth Webb, Beth Webb Interiors; Catherine M. Austin, Catherine M. Austin Interior Design; Krista Nye Schwartz & Tami Ramsay, Cloth & Kind; James Wheeler, J. Wheeler Designs; Karen Ferguson, Harrison Design; Melanie Millner, The Design Atelier; Tammy Connor, Tammy Connor Interior Design; Yvonne McFadden, Yvonne McFadden LLC; and Angie Hranowsky, Angie Hranowsky. From soulful interiors to spaces with history and heart, each room is inspired by a favorite city and is a reflection of the designer’s signature style. Frank Ballabio, Dering Hall’s vice president of customer experience, marketing & editorial, led a quick chat with the designers to dig deeper into the inspiration behind their concepts. Six of the renderings came to life in actual rooms. Staying true to Wired & Inspired’s roots, design lovers from around the world can take a virtual tour of each room on Dering Hall’s site and social media platforms.

Boston Design Center
Boston Design Market
October 7-8, 2015
Theme: Favorite Movies

On October 7, Wired & Inspired will make its debut with the Boston Design Center. This time, Dering Hall enlisted the services of the local design community and selected an exclusive cast including Gary McBournie, Gary McBournie Inc.; Liz Caan, Liz Caan Interiors; Nina Farmer, Nina Farmer Interiors; Laurie Gorelick, Laurie Gorelick Interiors; Gerald Pomeroy, Gerald Pomeroy Interiors; Vani Sayeed, Vani Sayeed Studios; Paula Daher, Daher Interior Design; and Renee Lyter, Huth Architects. The eight will recreate scenes from their favorite movies using product from the BDC’s showrooms. Timed to coincide with Boston Design Market, the designers will discuss their inspirations and take guests on a behind-the-scenes virtual tour during a live presentation at 4:00PM on October 8. Carly Sullivan, Dering Hall’s editorial and social media director, will moderate the talk.

Thomas Lavin
Pacific Design Center Market Week
October 8 & October 15
Theme: Fashion Icons

The fall tour concludes in California in collaboration with the acclaimed Thomas Lavin as the worlds of design and fashion collide. Pacific Design Center Market Week attendees will be treated to a big reveal on October 8 at 4:00PM as the participating designers sit down with Dering Hall Executive Editor Dennis Sarlo to share a sneak peek of their digital rooms. Design stars John Wooden, John Wooden Interiors; Annette English, Annette English & Associates; Leo Parella, Leo Parrella Design Group; Brooke Wagner, Brooke Wagner Design; Kathryn M. Ireland, Kathryn M. Ireland Textiles and Design; Chimera; Brown Design Group; Matthew O’Dorisio; Meg Joannides; and Ohara Davies will roll out the red carpet for this runway edition launching online on October 15.

High Point – North Carolina
October 12, 2015
Theme: American Design Icons

American design icons will be the theme for Wired & Inspired at High Point Market. Launching on October 12, in advance of the show, it will celebrate the classics and pay homage to the most influential domestic designs. To complete this challenge, Dering Hall has tapped some of the nation’s best including Erinn Valencich, Erinn V; Denise McGaha, Denise McGaha Interiors; Robin Henry, Robin Henry Studio; Paloma Contreras, Paloma Contreras Design; Michael Wolk, Michael Wolk Design Associates; Donna Mondi, Donna Mondi Interior Design; and Ken Gemes, Ken Gemes Interiors.

Each Wired & Inspired will also have an inspiring editorial component and underscore Dering Hall’s rich blend of content and commerce. From product spotlights to interviews with the designers, Dering Hall’s in-house team offers extensive coverage and an insider look at each of the showhouses.

A room in the ADAC Wired & Inspired. Cathy Austin of Catherine M. Austin Interior Design paid homage to NYC in the design of this "Artist's Salon"

A room in the ADAC Wired & Inspired. Cathy Austin of Catherine M. Austin Interior Design paid homage to NYC in the design of this “Artist’s Salon”

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