oct.20 - portland housing month
HAPPY HOUSING MONTH! Digs is collaborating this month with The Home Builders Association for Portland Housing Month. Please visit our Designer Showcase Windows; a self guided and socially distanced exhibit by some of Portland's best Interior/Garden designers in the form of storefront windows at The Glass Lab - 315 SE Mill St., Portland. Here are details and images from my showcase "Party on the Patio".
Other participating designers at Glass Lab are:
Anjali Miller Interiors
Urbanite and Rachel Coyote
and a collaboration of Salvage Works, Miller Paint and Cargo, Inc.
GARDEN TOUR TUESDAY:
Please join me every Tuesday in October at Noon for Garden Tour Tuesday - we visit 3 amazing local gardens in Portland and a spectacular public garden in SoCal. Take a peek into the best private gardens in Portland and glean tons of inspiration for your own spaces. We will also visit the Sherman Library and Gardens in Corona Del Mar.....walk the stunning garden and view the outdoor art installation of Dustin Gimbel. Come along for the tours...you'll be glad you did! view the tours at..... https://www.facebook.com/housingmonthpdx/
The Home Builders Association of Metro is thrilled to announce Portland Housing Month presented by NW Natural, a celebration of housing that will take place in October 2020. Portland Housing Month is a collection of housing ideas, inspiration and events.
Conversations. Collaborations. Inspiration. The Home Builders Association of Metro announces Portland Housing Month presented by NW Natural, a celebration of housing that will take place in October 2020. Portland Housing Month is a collection of housing ideas, inspiration and events. Two of the featured attractions of Portland Housing Month will be the Fall Home & Garden Show: In your Neighborhood Edition and a Scattered Site New Home Tour, a new event for the Home Builders Association. In addition, Portland Housing Month will include a series of webinars, panel discussions and demonstrations centered on housing. Richard Rothstein, a Distinguished Fellow of the Economic Policy Institute and a fellow of the Thurgood Marshall Institute of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund and of the Haas Institute at the University of California (Berkeley), will present on his book The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How our Government Segregated America. Other series topics will include Interior Design Trends, Remodeling 101 and more. For more information, visit www.HousingMonthPDX.com