HIGH POINT, N.C., March 26, 2010 — Libby Langdon, nationally known interior design expert, will visit High Point University from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on March 31 in Phillips Hall as part of a regional meeting through “WithIt” — Women in the Home Industries Today. The event is free to all WithIt members and to students with a valid student ID.
Langdon, formerly of High Point, is a designer on HGTV’s “Small Space, Big Style” and makeover guru on “The Rachael Ray Show.” She will present “Libby’s Wild and Wacky Path into the World of Interior Design.” Her fun and informative chat will detail how she got started in her career, her learning experiences, struggles and successes — and most importantly, what she loves about her career and how she sees herself moving forward in the world of interior design and media.
During her talk, she plans to include funny stories about some of the difficulties she’s encountered doing makeover TV shows, as well as how she works with residential and commercial design clients, and she’ll share experiences in writing her first book.
Langdon will also share insights and inspirations on how to face challenges, and also the exciting opportunities the design and home furnishings industry has to offer.
Following her presentation, she’ll sign copies of her book, “Libby Langdon’s Small Space Solutions.”
For more information about the event, contact Susan Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336-841-9376.
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