When your spouse moves out of the family home, how can you reclaim the space in a way that expresses you, inspires you and invites new adventures? If you are moving into a new home, what is your dream for  this new environment? Will it be an inviting place for your school age kids? A warm place for grown kids to visit? Do you want to create a space for entertaining? An entirely different place with a new partner?

Interior designer Elyse Kroll gets raves from her clients for helping them realize their deepest ideals of home. She works with clients in a range of ways — helping them reimagine their existing space using what they already have, or helping them design new homes from scratch that express their vision, and everything in between. Join us for an inspiring discussion on creating space that reflects your dreams and plans for your life. Get some insights and tips for making your home a place that reflects both who you are and where you want to go.

NOTE: This is currently scheduled as a live event. For those who are local and vaccinated, please join us in person! This is a great opportunity to meet others traveling the same road over wine and light food before the presentation begins.

Wednesday, September 29th
6:30-8:30pm
17 Willow Place
Brooklyn Heights

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Meet the Expert

Elyse Kroll worked for several years with Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and went on to write and produce other lifestyle shows, including a pilot for celebrity makeup artist Bobbi Brown. She was Project Designer for The Nate Berkus Show and designed makeovers for both The Queen Latifah Show and the popular website, CafeMom. Her work has appeared in Martha Stewart Living, House Beautiful and Travel and Leisure.

An avid cook and mother of a teenage boy, Elyse has developed a deep understanding of what makes a home not just beautiful, but functional and comfortable. Her talent for combining color, pattern, and texture, coupled with her ability to effectively plan and utilize space, always results in homes that are eclectic yet cohesive; stylish without feeling “done.”