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Designer: R. Gray
We recognize the contributions of designers who range in experience and training, and we value the power that results from the diverse richness at every level of professional design.We know that the most successful and experienced designers have specific goals and challenges related to business development and new market exploration, reinvigorating their styles and techniques.Novice designers face unique challenges related to business startup, exposure, and access. Designers of color can benefit from increased visibility and interaction within the interior design industry.
UPCOMING & RECENT EVENTS
July 12, 2022-July 18, 2022
Housing the nation's largest gift product mix complemented by a broad selection of home décor. Atlanta Market features more than 8,000 brands across all categories including seasonal, gourmet, tabletop, outdoor and more.
Doors Open Sept 27
The Iconic Home Returns With The Spotlight Shining on an All New Set of Designers. This year's creatives will showcase their imaginative designs throughout the virtual showhouse, offering invaluable insights on how to live both stylishly and sustainably.
Oct 16 - 20, 2021
The High Point Market is the largest furnishings industry trade show in the world, bringing more than 75,000 people to High Point, North Carolina, every six months. Serious retail home furnishings buyers, interior designers, architects, and others in the home furnishings industry can be found in High Point twice a year because if you can’t find it in High Point…it probably doesn’t exist.
I believe everyone deserves to live in luxury no matter the budget. I’ve been developing
a passion for design since early age, which led me to pursue a career in design. After
attending Florida A&M university, I enrolled in SCAD (Atlanta) and obtained a degree in interior design, while working in luxury retail. My design education and years of experience working in the luxury retail industry has contributed to my design aesthetic. Inspiration comes from the streets of New York City, my love of music, and art. My designs are modern, luxe, and still obtainable. ...
As a prominent leader in the design industry, Breegan shares her personal and business insights through roundtables, podcasts, and speaking events across the globe. She has lent her design expertise to such programs as Brother vs. Brother and Fix My Fail, and her lifestyle advice to KTLA Morning News, Hallmark Channel, The Chat, and more. A mother of two young boys, Breegan shares her number one love of motherhood through writing, with her first children's book, Carbie.
Breegan is both a residential and commercial designer, and focuses on the design-build aspect of every project. She honed her design skills as creative director and marketing professional for a luxury yacht manufacturer, where she learned the intricacies of high-end, yet impeccably functional design. From there, her talents led her to design projects impressively spanning the gamut, from celebrity and commercial properties to lavish restaurants and large-scale remodels.
Committed to giving back to the global community, Breegan’s philanthropy includes dedicating her time and efforts to the international non-profit organization, World Vision, which provides health and educational support and resources to women and children in Africa.
BECOME AN ALLY
A BIDN Ally is a member of the interior design community who is committed to recognizing, uplifting, and celebrating the Black talent within the world of design. These individuals and companies are willing to go the extra step to show support by making regular contributions to the Black Interior Designers Network, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Those contributions assist in closing the inequality gap by extending the benefits of your privilege to those who have historically lacked.
Allyship applications opening soon.
Show your support by donating
to The BIDN Donation Fund
Your generous donations help us enhance exposure and opportunities
for members of the Black Interior Designers Network.
To further our mission, we also contribute financially to the
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).