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Busy Start to Autumn as Summit Downtown Hosts Third Design Series Event; Halloween Festivities Just Around The Corner


SUMMIT, NJ - As summer officially gives way to fall, Downtown Summit will continue to be a hub of events and activities.

The third and final Design Night of 2017 will take place on Thursday, September 28. Businesses throughout the downtown will be open late for browsing and shopping, with design-oriented businesses offering a variety of special events, including:

A. Home – Broome Street Studios Trunk Show – A. Home will now be carrying exclusive designs by Broome Street Studios, such as a line of bright lacquered furniture and pillows to update one's home, special orders available.  Location: 11 Beechwood Rd

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beautylounge – Jewelry designer Jessica Kagan Cushman willtalk about how her designer parents influenced her career. Her father, Vladimir Kagan, was a German born furniture designer considered an early pioneer of Modern American design.  Her mother was Erica Wilson, an innovative British embroidery designer who was known as 'the Julia Child' of needlework.  She will also be debuting a new line of architectural hardware as well as have an assortment of her unconventional jewelry.  Location: 31 Maple St, Talk will begin at 7:30 p.m.

Boll & Branch – Patrons who purchase on Design Night will receive 20% off your order! Location: 332 Springfield Ave, 2nd Floor, Suite 20

Design 1 – Thinking about a bathroom renovation?  Join Summit Interior Designer, Marilee Schempp, as she navigates the ins and outs of bathroom renovations.  Location: 19 Beechwood Rd, 2nd Floor, Talk will begin at 7pm

Duxiana – Refresh fall bedding with 20% off all linen and down purchases, both stocked items and custom orders.  Location: 354 Springfield Ave

GreatHouse Bonny Neiman – The Art of Styling Mantels and Bookshelves: Quick tips for today's stylish home. Location: 12 Beechwood Rd

Home Again Design – The newest selections to update one's home for fall. Location: 333 Springfield Ave

Pereaux Design -- Join Pereaux Design for a special fall 2017 Kravet fabric presentation and receive a 20% discount off all Kravet fabrics. Location: 20 Beechwood Rd

Ricciardi Brothers – Preview the Phillip Jeffries new Fall 2017 line of specialty wallcoverings and receive advice on selections for the home.  All orders placed that evening will receive a 20% discount. Location: 317 Springfield Avenue.

West Elm and Sahola Floral Art and Event Design – Join West Elm and downtown Summit florist Sahola to learn about putting together beautiful fall tablescapes. There will be floral demonstrations on Fall arrangements from 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.  Location: West Elm, 343 Springfield Avenue.

On October 29, Pumpkin Painting at the Summit Farmers Market will take center stage, from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Market attendees can purchase a pumpkin from any of the vendors present, bring it to the painting booth, and Summit Downtown, Inc. will provide painting supplies for free!

Two days later, children are invited to don their costumes and venture into downtown Summit after school on Tuesday, October 31, from 2:30 - 4 p.m., for a special Downtown Trick-or-Treat. Downtown businesses displaying a Trick-or-Treat poster in their window will be waiting to hand out goodies.

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