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"Home for the Holidays" kicks off the holiday season at Neiman Marcus with an evening celebration open to the public showcasing three designer rooms creating by outstanding Boston Interior designers to reflect one of the three Neiman Marcus holiday tree themes, based on royal residences. The three showrooms will stay on view and open to the public through January 31, 2015 during regular business hours in the Gift Galleries department of the famed luxury retailer located in Copley Place.
• Versailles - The gold/silver tree: Baroque, gold, opulent, Sun King, mirrors, diamonds, hints of emerald, regal, feather plumes. A palace covered in snow. - Created by Paula Daher, Daher Interior Design
• Balmoral - The red/green tree: Traditional, tartan, British, world traveler, Crown Jewels, corgis, very British on holiday. - Created by Gerald Pomeroy, Gerald Pomeroy Interiors
• Winter Palace - The jewel tree: Jewels, extravagant, hints of Russia, over the top, color, lost treasure. - Created by Eric Roseff, Eric Roseff Designs
The event will also include the launch announcement for Boston Design Week 2015, with more than 80 design events taking place citywide March 19-29, 2015. All events will be open to the public and most are free of charge. For more information, or to register for the Boston Design Week newsletter, visit www.BostonDesignWeek.com
Each of the master designers, will mentor a junior member of their team to create the showrooom - fully engaging their young partners in the design process. To work on the project with her, Paula Daher has selected Emily Condon, who received her M.A. in Interior Design from the New England School of Art and Design. Working with Gerald Pomeroy will be Lauren Cozzi, a graduate in Interior Design from Adrian College in Michigan, and Eric Roseff has chosen Evie Hickey, a graduate of Syracuse University.
Every item featured in the rooms may be purchased, and clients can shop directly from the Holiday Trees that feature ornaments curated to reflect the royals residences. During the course of the showcase's run, the designers will host special events to speak to the design process. The showcase culminates in January 2015, National Mentor Month, when the Over My Shoulder Foundation and Cumar Marble & Granite Fabricators will feature a mentoring recognition event, also open to the public and held on-site at Neiman Marcus Boston.
"Home for the Holidays" is sponsored by New England Home magazine and Cumar Marble & Granite Fabricators. Cumar, Inc. founded in 1992, opened its present facility in 1994 on Norman Street in Everett, MA and has expanded the warehouse, workshop, office and showroom areas to become one of the largest stone fabrication shops in New England.