Upcoming Events: Libby's Design Seminar and Book Signing
Saturday, May 2
The Villager Gift Shop
1042 Sterling Avenue
Sunday, May 3
374 Old Orchard Center
To purchase a copy of the book:
Libby Langdon's Small Space Solutions: Secrets for Making Any Room Look Elegant and Feel Spacious on Any Budget (Knack: Make It Easy)
For more info on HGTV's interior design expert, Libby Langdon check out www.libbylangdon.com.
Helping small space dwellers live large
Libby Langdon, is an interior designer and expert commentator on HGTV's hit show "Small Space, Big Style." and before that she hosted and was the lead designer on the FOX makeover TV show, "Design Invasion." Her first book has just been published, Libby Langdon's Small Space Solutions, and it offers her innovative and inexpensive design ideas to help small space dwellers live large.
Through her design firm, Libby Interior's Inc. she's designed restaurants and clothing stores in New York City as well as private residences in the Hamptons, New York City, Texas, and Rhode Island and is currently designing a small stone cottage on a vineyard in Italy.
Libby designed the Living Green exhibit for Better Homes and Gardens Magazine that traveled for a year and showcased her design ideas and tips on Eco friendly and stylish interiors.
Her designs have been featured on magazine covers of Hamptons Cottages and Gardens, New England Home and Decorating Spaces. She is a regular contributor and small space expert to Woman's Day, and Budget Decorating, Better Homes and Gardens and Glamour as well as a regular contributor to the nation's top daily newspapers with her design, entertaining and food ideas. She often pops up doing makeovers on shows such as The View, The Early Show, BetterTV, NBC's Open House and recently shot a makeover and In-studio segment for The Rachel Ray Show which showcased ideas from her newly released book, Libby Langdon's Small Space Solutions. Libby splits her time between New York and Sag Harbor.
May 1 - Interior Design for Small Spaces
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