Interior Design Skills on Display

Interior Design Skills on Display

| By: Britten, Casey

Interior Design students participated in The Paine Art Center and Gardens' current display, Rooms of Blooms, which runs through March 13 at the historic Oshkosh landmark located at 1410 Algoma Boulevard.

The 13 students created a 48-inch round table with four place settings and design styles that capture Victorian, rustic, contemporary, and transitional themes. Each place setting represents a design theme, complemented by a subtle educational concept by way of books as a main prop, in addition to varying styles indicative of interior design—all capped with floral flair. Finishing work on the hardscape element of the table was the last part of the project before the students had a chance to participate in a reception with other artists and designers.

Rooms of Blooms celebrates the art of floral design within exquisite settings and features more than 100 artistic creations.

The students involved in the project include:

Elin Brawley
Noah Bryan
Kayla Domaszek
Taylor Ganzer
Robyn Greely
Kara Keshemberg
Olivia Krohn
Hannah Kuehne
Paige Parvin
Nitia Tesch
Natasha Timm
Sarena Vosters
Sandra Wunderlich