The 4th Annual Defining Design event will take place on Thursday, May 9, from 5 – 8 pm. Erin Iba, of Iba Design Associates, is one of the six designers to be featured this year. With offices in New York City and Colorado, Iba Design Associates, was founded in 2008 and has grown into a multi-dimensional studio focusing on select residential and hospitality projects across the country and abroad.
Known for her attention to detail and custom-design capabilities, Ms. Iba and her studio produce creative and unique solutions that meet the needs of the most discerning clients, while delivering relaxed, stylish comfort in both urban and rural settings. Her work is recognized for playful combinations of scale and a juxtaposition of styles. No surprise given her previous experience working for Jamie Drake, of Drake Design Associates, where color, texture and luster were all evident and in grand supply in residences designed by DDA, some of New York’s most celebrated apartments and celebrated clients.
Defining Design is a celebration of the designers that we have the privilege of working with and offers an opportunity for them to showcase their vision of bedroom design for our customers to see. It is the ultimate “meet and greet,” bringing together designers, clients and customers, luxury textiles and our knowledgeable staff. During the event, customers are able to purchase anything we offer for a rare 20% discount. In turn, each year we partner with a local non-profit and donate a portion of the evening’s proceeds to that organization. This year, we are partnering with the University of Colorado Helen & Arthur E. Johnson Depression Center as the beneficiary of the event. The Johnson Depression Center board chair, Heather Mulvihill, will be on hand during the evening, and will speak about the Center’s mission and work in the community.
Adding even more party to the atmosphere is our media sponsor, LUXE magazine. For the third year in a row, LUXE executives will be on hand, providing, among other things, a photographer roaming the party and taking lots of fun photographs.
To find out more about Defining Design, please click the link below.