Living in Color
FRIDAY, JUNE 7 | 10 AM - 3 PM | BUILDING-WIDE

Dive into the vibrant world of color during Living in Color! Join us on Friday, June 7 for dynamic keynotes by industry experts, hands-on activities, and complimentary consultations with top interior designers.


KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS | Mid-America Room, Suite 86

From understanding the power of color to embracing authenticity and choosing the perfect hue, explore how color shapes our experiences and self-expression during three complimentary presentations. Click on the events below for more information.

No RSVPs Necessary. Seating at keynote presentations is on a first come, first serve basis.

10 AM | “The Power of Color”
The Power of Color with Kelly Slank
Presented by Color Strategist and Educator Kelly Slank, Slank Design and College for Creative Studies

11:30 AM | “Embracing Authenticity through Color: A Journey of Self-Expression and Confidence”
Embracing Authenticity with Concetti
Presented by Rachel Nelson and Kaitlyn Volpe of Detroit-based Interior Design Firm Concetti

1 PM | “75 Years of Paint Perfected: The Art of Choosing Colour with Farrow & Ball”
75 Years of Farrow & Ball
Presented by Tina LaLima – Business Development Manager at Farrow & Ball and Color Expert Anita Sneideraitis of Gunnar Olivier Design

COMPLIMENTARY COLOR CONSULTATIONS | Resource Center, Suite 84

Several local interior design professionals will be offering private color consultations from 10 AM - 2 PM, including Debi Hollis of Interior Lifestyles, Linda Shears of Linda Shears Designs, Sherry Tattrie of Sherry Tattrie Interiors, and Tina Penz of Stalburg Design. These one-on-one consultations are complimentary, and each session will last 15 minutes. Space is limited and you must pre-register by calling 248.649.4772 or emailing emcdonald@michigandesign.com to reserve a time slot.


COLORFUL ATTRACTIONS | Various Showrooms

Click on the thumbnails below for more information on some of the other color-themed activities happening throughout the day in various MDC showrooms: