Interior Design Society Opens Registration for 2022 National Conference


The Interior Design Society (IDS) announces that registration is now open for their 2022 Conference, taking place in Chicago, IL from August 4-6. The program will include robust educational sessions as well as experiences and tours that will provide attendees with a glimpse of the city known for its architecture. Attendees will hear from LuAnn Nigara presenting the Keynote, go on an architectural boat tour down the Chicago River, and visit new showrooms in the Chicago Merchandise Mart. The full schedule may be viewed here.

The winners of the 2022 IDS Designer of the Year awards program will also be recognized and celebrated during an Awards Gala, sponsored by Feizy. The Gala will conclude the 3-day conference on Saturday, August 6th at the historic Blackstone Hotel.

“We are thrilled to be back in person for our 2022 conference,” said Jenny Cano, IDS Executive Director. “This immersive experience is sure to provide ample opportunities for attendees to grow both personally and professionally.”

A room block is available at the Westin Chicago River North. Reservations are now available for conference attendees.

Remaining conference sponsorship availability is limited. Click here to view current opportunities.

For more information on IDS membership and other IDS programming, please visit or call 336-884-4437.

About the Interior Design Society

The Interior Design Society (IDS) is an association of professional interior design entrepreneurs focused on helping our members grow their businesses, develop their talents, inspire each other and impact their communities. One of the country’s largest design organizations dedicated to serving the residential interior design industry, IDS embraces four core values including education, advocacy, relationships, and design. The IDS National headquarters is located in High Point, N.C.

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