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Salon Recap: Green, Big & Small

September 23, 2011 10:46 AM  

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From left: DNE publisher Stephen Twombly, Micheal Coutu of Sudbury Design Group, Nicole Goldman of g Green Design Center, Sally Grant of ECO Structures, and Budd Kelley of South Shore Millwork.

We kicked off our first Design Salon of the fall season at g Green Design Center’s outpost in Norwell, where the wine (and fresh-made seltzer) flowed, homeowners and trade members mingled, and everyone walked away a little more knowledgeable about “greening” one’s home. Some of us didn’t even know “green” was a verb!

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Nicole Goldman of g Green Design Center, Sally Grant of ECO Structures, Micheal Coutu of Sudbury Design Group, and Budd Kelley of South Shore Millwork offered eco-advice relevant to their respective areas of expertise, all of which combined to make a comprehensive introduction to the many simple changes we can make in our homes — from big to small — to get a little greener.

As Kermit says, it’s not easy being green. However, with Design New England’s marketing partners by your side, it will seem like a cinch. For more on the speakers, check our out Sept/Oct issue. And be sure to join us for our next salon — Kitchen Confidence: Ingredients for a cook’s kitchen — Thursday, October 6 at The Viking Center in Westwood.

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An insider's look at must-have products, fresh trends, and inspired spaces from the team at Design New England magazine.

Gail Ravgiala is editor of Design New England and a fan of both the region's historic architecture and its growing inventory of modern houses and public buildings.

Courtney Kasianowicz is associate editor of Design New England who scouts the area for new design, charming products, and local artisans both innovative and daring.

Jill Connors, Design New England's editor-at-large, is an antiques maven and design scout and will post about trends and discoveries in the field.

Bruce Irving, Design New England's contributing editor for architecture & building, is a renovation specialist who will share his insights on design and construction.

Estelle Bond Guralnick, Design New England's style & interiors editor, will post about interior design and interior designers and her favorite finds.

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