"She brings such a wealth of knowledge, creative ideas and an amazing track record of leadership to her new role with us, and we're very excited about future projects and products that will come out of this."Most recently, Eliason served as President of International Design Guild (IDG), the luxury division of CCA Global Partners.She joined IDG in 1999, where she focused on differentiating the groups luxury position within the interiors community.Mark is “an expert at conveying designs that are well-edited, timeless and distinctly comfortable.” (source: Design & Dine Event ad) He is most recognizable as the Emmy Award winning co-host of the reality show Clean House […] Read More In part one of Decorating by Numbers, we discussed #1 Furniture Placement.In this post, part two, we will focus on selecting the proper size and shape dining tables for your home as well as choosing and hanging the ideal light fixtures and chandeliers.With less than 30 days left until The 7th Annual Organizing Awards, what better way to get excited about the big day (Jan. ) than by looking back at those who have taken the coveted trophy again and again through the years?Eleven organizers, businesses and organizations are in the Organizing Awards Hall of Fame (well, if we had one) for having won more than once in the same category.Using her own personal journey as a basis, she helps you figure out a strategy and create a mindset to accomplish the task quickly, respectfully, rewardingly - and, in the best of situations, even memorably.The position was created for Eliason to manage the projected growth into this market.
"We see the JV with CPW as one of our main pillars of growth for , Director Carrfields Primary Wool, NZ.
to launch Design for a Difference (DFAD); a cause-related marketing initiative that brings socially-conscious showrooms together with interior designers and other businesses to make over spaces at local charities. "The success of the movement is a direct result of Krista's insight and prowess for bringing communities together through charitable partnerships." To date, DFAD has contributed nearly Eliason was an early adopter of HRH The Prince of Wales, Campaign for Wool and has been fortunate to have had multiple invitations to meet with HRH to discuss the importance of wool as a sustainable, renewable resource."Krista has been a prime driver in introducing the Campaign for Wool in to the North American flooring sector.
Her belief in and commitment to the fibre and her instant support for the educational marketing ambitions of the Prince's Campaign led to the launch of the Campaign's CEU programme for designers.
Two estuaries dominate the Mid-Atlantic region: the Delaware Bay and the Chesapeake Bay.
Busy harbors have necessitated the need for development of coastal cities.