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Join us for another fabulous Lite Lunch at the Library Society, this time with incredibly talented interior designer, Marshall Watson. Watson is known for his European-inspired, richly textured designs, and for this program, he will discuss his gorgeous book, The Art of Elegance: Classic Interiors. The book shares his finest work, demonstrating that while each of these homes is as unique as its owner, they all adhere to principles that transform a mere series of spaces into a genuine, coherent home: warmth; light; peace; comfort; balance; proportion; livability; and last, but not least, appropriateness. This event is $25 for CLS Members and $35 for CLS Guests, and will include a delicious boxed lunch!
About Marshall Watson:
New York-based interior designer Marshall Watson is best-known for creating classic, light-filled and elegant interiors with a modern sensibility. Since founding his design firm in 1986, Watson has sought to immerse himself in a range of dynamic projects, no two of which are exactly alike. Internationally recognized, his projects have spanned the globe, from Cabo to Stockholm and across the United States. Winner of Traditional Home’s “Designer of the Year” award and featured on Luxe’s Gold List, Watson’s work has been featured in numerous shelter magazines including Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, Veranda, Luxe, Cottages & Gardens and Traditional Home. Watson has designed three best-selling furniture collections for Edward Ferrell + Lewis Mittman and is currently working on his fourth. He recently completed a line of couture outdoor carpets for Doris Leslie Blau. Marshall is also the author of his first book, The Art of Elegance, which was published by Rizzoli in 2016. Watson, a popular speaker, has addressed nationwide audiences at museums, design centers, universities, garden clubs, libraries, private clubs, and a host of charitable organizations. In his spare time, Watson is an avid gardener and his home and gardens are regular stops on all the Hamptons’ charity garden and historic house tours as well as an annual participant in the Garden Conservancy’s Open Days Program. Some vintage audiences may remember him as the computer lothario, Ernie, from the long running soap opera, “As the World Turns”.