| Feb 9, 2012 |
Design Bloggers Conference program & participants announced
Boh staff
By Staff

Interior design bloggers, new media innovators, and interior design industry leaders will attend the Design Bloggers Conference taking place in Los Angeles February 26-28. The two-day conference will focus on the intersection of interior design with the world of new media including blogging and social media.

The lineup features keynotes by designers Martyn Lawrence-Bullard and Bunny Williams.

Other speakers include design bloggers such as Ronda Carman of All the Best blog, Cassandra LaValle of Coco + Kelley, Tobi Fairley of Tobi's Blog, Brian Patrick Flynn of Decor Demon, and Lisa Ferguson of Decor Mentors.

They will be joined by Kimberly Seldon of Dabble, Kelley Moore of For the Love of Design, Kristine Kennedy of Wayfair, Andrea Stanford of One Kings Lane, and Mitra Morgan of Joss & Main. And you won't want to miss the inspirational story of wine blogger Hardy Wallace, and contributors to design magazines like Clinton Smith of Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles, and Kyle Hoepner of New England Home.

The first ever Design Bloggers Hall of Fame Awards ceremony will be hosted by Jason Oliver Nixon (be sure to read his post about the event). The Awards recognize excellence in blogging and new media in the field of interior design. The winners, and runner ups, will be determined through a combination of ratings by a panel of judges and a public vote. To vote online, click here.

Event sponsors include Duralee, Sub-Zero/Wolf, One Kings Lane, Currey & Company, Jenn-Air, Sunbrella, Wayfair, Joss & Main, Wesley Hall, Waterpik, Schumacher, Larson Juhl, Amy Howard at Home, Hinkley Lighting, Hunter Douglas, Kohler, Jo Chicago, Benjamin Moore, Sherwin-Williams, HGTV, Bose, Design Success University, and Designing Profits.

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