IN PHOTO: Interior Design students Mindie Overbeck (left) and Melissa Fellinger make up part of the FVTC Rooms of Blooms team.
Eleven students from the Interior Design program are applying their skills once again at the Paine Art Center and Garden’s Rooms of Blooms gallery of floral designs, going on March 1-11.
Room of Blooms features more than 100 artistic fresh floral creations by the most talented local designers. Several activities complement the nearly two-week showcase, which highlights a plethora of both individual and organizational displays. Our Interior Design students designed and built a tablescape arrangement under the direction of instructor Joan Jarvi.
Their table is a combination of traditional and contemporary styles. The two brown chairs and dinnerware represent a contemporary look, while the two wicker chairs, floral pot, and props bare a traditional ambiance. The flowers are mostly of the traditional nature, arranged in a contemporary asymmetrical style with splashes of yellow and blue. The table, chairs, dinnerware, and props are kept in a subtle monochromatic theme of brown and white, so the main focus is on the flowers.
Two years ago during the last Rooms of Bloom exhibit, FVTC’s Interior Design department won a People’s Choice award. This year’s students involved in the beautiful tablescape are: