The Interior Design Program at Seminole State College of Florida and Neiman Marcus Orlando are partnering to present “Enchantments for Holiday Lifestyles.”
Students are designing tablescapes, featuring Neiman Marcus products, to reflect holiday entertaining for various lifestyles, including contemporary/modern, transitional comfort and rich traditional.
The tablescapes will be unveiled at a breakfast on Dec. 1, with all proceeds benefiting interior design student scholarships. The tablescapes will be displayed from Dec. 1-5 on Level Two of the Neiman Marcus at Mall at Millenia. This is the second year that Seminole State has partnered with Neiman Marcus.
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