Saturday, May 04, 2024 1:00p -

Scandinavian Cultural Center
206 Waltham Street
Newton, MA 02465

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Join us for a Boston Design Week event with Swedish-born, Providence based, Pernilla Bergquist, of Pernilla Interiors.

Step into the world of design with Pernilla Bergquist, celebrated for her innovative approach to interior aesthetics. Pernilla will take you on a journey through the transformative power of color and pattern, revealing the secrets behind creating spaces that truly resonate with beauty.

This session will include a Q&A segment, allowing attendees to engage directly with Pernilla and delve deeper into the nuances of her design philosophy. Whether you’re a seasoned design professional or a passionate enthusiast, “Unveiling Beauty through Color and Pattern” promises to be an enriching experience that transcends cultural boundaries and celebrates the universal language of design.

“Pernilla is an unabashed, fervent fan of color… She loves to push clients out of their comfort zones.” –Rhode Island Monthly, February 2024 Issue

Saturday, May 4th | 1pm | FREE with registration | registration opens March 25th


PERNILLA was born and raised in Göteborg, Sweden. She co-founded Kreatelier, the fabric and interior décor store on Hope St. in Providence before starting her own design and decorating firm in 2021. Pernilla Interiors specializes in home & commercial projects— a single room refresh, perhaps, or a complete makeover of a home.

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