DALLAS DESIGN WEEK AT THE DALLAS MARKET CENTER

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Dallas Market Center, the largest open-daily design resource in the country, has announced that Dallas Design Week will run this year from September 23–26 and include a full schedule of events, panels, special guests and educational opportunities for the interior design community.

More than a thousand designers are expected to attend. The centerpiece of the event is Dine + Design, a much anticipated luncheon on September 24. Paint company Sherwin-Williams will present the ColorMix Forecast 2020, which will serve as inspiration for design vignettes displayed in the World Trade Center atrium and is sponsored by Dallas Market Center exhibitors.

“Dallas Design Week serves as the largest design community gathering in the region,” says Cindy Morris, president and CEO of Dallas Market Center. “Supported by showrooms, industry experts and influencers, we welcome a growing number of interior designers in search of inspiration and connection. We are thrilled to bring another fall edition of Dallas Design Week into our design marketplace and look forward to insightful presentations by Sherwin-Williams and other design thought leaders.”

Dallas Market Center serves retail buyers and interior designers across the country and internationally who seek a wide range of home décor products. The efficient marketplace features more than 1.2 million square feet of space dedicated to design showrooms of furniture, decorative accessories and residential lighting. Dallas Market Center also hosts trade events and specialized design events throughout the year, attracting thousands of members of the design community.

For more information on Dallas Design Week, visit dallasmarketcenter.com.