Excited about a new program at Bloomingdale's. Beginning in February and running through July, Bloomingdale's Bergen County in The Shops at Riverside is hosting an in-store series featuring interior design experts. Kassel Interiors is honored to be featured for the month of May including a very special appearance. There'll be more details to share as we get closer. For now, here's some behind-the-scenes pics from the January photo shoot for you to enjoy! (photos courtesy of Jaime Molinaro Photography)
Here's the Interior Design Experts Series line-up:
February - Gina Stigi, By Design Style
March - Emily Wallach, Emily Wallach Home
April - Kristy and Marilyn Gillio, K&M Interior Designs
May - Anita Kassel, Kassel Interiors
June - Rich Fostek and David Salvatore, Edge Mid-Century Designs
Presented by Barbara Lemley, Identity In Design
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