Interior Design Hosts Manufacturers and Designers in Palm Springs at Re:Source 2019

Designers and manufacturers gathered this week at the Parker Palm Springs in Palm Springs, California for four days of meetings, networking, and breakout sessions at Interior Design’s biannual Re:Source event. The 110 attendees arrived Sunday for an afternoon of networking with peers and got to know each other at a cocktail hour over tarot card readings.

Re:Source 2019 was held at the Parker Palm Springs. Photography by Zack Whitford.

Re:Source connects designers and manufacturers, allowing designers to discover all of the latest offerings on the market and enabling manufacturers to expand their client base through in-person meetings. Over the course of the multi-day retreat, 750 of these types of meetings took place. Of course, it wasn’t all business all the time. Attendees gathered for dinner Monday night at the posh Mister Parker restaurant, and those wanting to partake in some fun and sun during their downtime were treated to a guided hike in nearby natural parks, and then croquet in the garden while enjoying gin and tonics.

Meetings between designers and manufacturers took place at Re:Source 2019. Photography by Zack Whitford.

A very special thank you to our Re:Source sponsors: Andreu World, ArcCom, Arktura, Bover, Brown Jordan Outdoor Kitchens, Bryan Ashley, Cancos, Cerno, Clarus, CosentinoCraftmadeCrossville, Emeco, Gandia Blasco, Garden on the Wall, Kalisher, Keilhauer, Kinon, LEDS-C4, Loftwall, Material Bank, Mohawk Group, New Leaf, Nightingale, Rakks, RH Contract, Rocky Mountain Hardware, Santa e Cole, Sloan, Tuuci, Waterworks, and XtremeInterior.

> Learn more about the Re:Source Palm Springs 2019 vendors.

Chris Jarvis of Realized Worth addresses attendees. Photography by Zack Whitford.

Edie Cohen, Deputy Editor of Interior Design, delivers a presentation. Photography by Zack Whitford.

Re:Source attendees enjoy dinner at Mister Parker. Photography by Zack Whitford.
Interior Design's Re:Source event is held biannually. Photography by Zack Whitford.

Another special thank you to our Re:Source sponsors who made this event possible:

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