A digital rendition of the showroom on the Excessive Level Market permits clients to nearly stroll by way of the reimagined area.
LENOIR, N.C. – Fairfield made a dedication to meet buyer orders for the latest June Excessive Level Market, and to do this the corporate selected to forego bringing new product to the present. However with some particular assist from inside designer Libby Langdon, Fairfield was nonetheless capable of showcase one thing new and contemporary to its clients.
“I began my profession on a makeover TV present on FOX referred to as Design Invasion, and in every episode, I had 12 hours and $6,000 to makeover a never-before-seen area,” Langdon stated. “Then, I filmed Small Area, Large Type on HGTV. I shared design recommendations on dwelling massive in small areas, which was an ideal coaching floor for showroom design. These experiences ready me to reimagine the present gadgets and provides the assorted vignettes a brand new feel and appear.”
The latest heightened product demand and provide chain challenges led Langdon and Fairfield to search out artistic methods to fill the showroom with product for June market. Fairfield CEO Dixon Mitchell and Langdon put their heads collectively to repurpose current