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Special Thanks for Making Our NeoCon Booth!

October sure has been a bit of a whirlwind. We started it at NeoCon in Chicago and are winding down at the HCD Expo + Conference in Cleveland. With NeoCon behind us, we wanted to take a moment to send out a special note of thanks to our partners who helped us make the NeoCon Booth of our dreams. NeoCon was the first in-person event we participated in since Design Pool launched. As someone who attended for many years, I knew I wanted to make a splash. And with the help of a few people, I did just that.

Thank you for bringing our NeoCon booth to life!

First, thanks so much to Paul Lewandowski and his team at Paul Designs Project for designing our booth. Paul is an architect based in Portland, Maine, and always blows me away with his creativity. Not only did Paul totally get what was in our heads, he was able to design a booth that fit the concept.

Next up, thanks to our printing partner Chroma Imaging for taking Paul’s design and making it a reality. Prior to the pandemic, a huge portion of Chroma Imaging’s business was trade show booths. If you’re in need of a booth, we highly recommend using them. Special high-five to Jonathan for doing the actual printing work and making sure we knew how to assemble the design once we were in Chicago. The booth was printed on a lightweight material that looked great and was easy to work with and assemble. Best part? It was 100% recyclable. We were able to break down the booth in no time and recycle everything.

Finally, thanks to our partner Graphic Image Flooring for shipping us vinyl flooring for the booth printed with our pattern Railroad. It looked great and tied the whole booth together.

And thanks to our partners for printing samples.

Four of our partners worked with us ahead of NeoCon to print up samples of the collection. In addition to Chroma Imaging and Graphic Image Flooring, who also printed samples, thanks to LDI Interiors and Image Craft. It was so important for us to have physical samples in the booth for designers and architects to touch and feel.

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Kristin Crane

Kristin Crane has designed jacquard designs for the home furnishing and residential jobber market for many years, with mills in the US and in China. Today, she writes about pattern and design trends for Design Pool from her home in Providence, Rhode Island. When not writing about fabric, she can be found weaving in her home studio or hiking along the Rhode Island coast.


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