Pentimento Lighting To Co-Sponsor Happy Hour at Floor Styles in Scottsdale on February 11th


Floorstyles Showroom Open House Invite

Floorstyles Showroom Open House Invite


Join Ronna and the team from Pentimento Lighting & Furnishings for happy hour at the Floor Styles Showroom in the Scottsdale Design District hosted by Nancy Hugo of Designers Circle HQ Southwest on February 11th from 5-7pm. Celebrate Hollywood romance with us as we get ready for Hollywood’s big day: Come walk the red carpet, pose for the paparazzi and be treated like the star you are! Good food, good drink, good friends and a good time for all. The Floor Styles Showroom is located at 2732 North 70th Street #4 in Scottsdale. Please RSVP to Nancy Hugo at or call (602) 469-6231. 


Pentimento Gets Spooktacular at Scottsdale Design Center

Last Thursday evening, October 25th, the Pentimento Lighting Team participated with Floor Styles in the 68th Street Design District’s first annual Spooktacular.  This fun event was sponsored by all the interior design showrooms at the center including the Grand Opening of the Dean Warren and Horizon Art Showrooms. Every Showroom served food. drinks and Dean Warren had this spectacular palm reader, Rita Urpalm. She read my palm but I’ll never tell what I learned.

Patrice Hill manager at Floor Styles got “Spooky” via her showroom entertainer, Yvette, makeup artist to the stars. If you look closely you will see the bat in her Beehive hairdo and, yes, that is Vampire Blood dripping from the corners of her mouth. Also, Patrice’s friend who rescues kitties set up a black cat adoption station outside of Floor Styles. How perfect for witches and goblins preparing for All Hallows Eve….ha, ha, ha.

At Floor Styles we served Black Cat red wine and Apple Cider with the option of spiking it with Tuaca, a vanilla citrus liquor which makes the cider taste like Apple Pie.

Jack Pesarcyk & Associates served Black Martinis and Horizon Art had homemade Sangria that was the color of Blood. Park Avenue Design Studio had homemade popcorn balls. Yum! Switch Consignment had one of their vendors making wonderful Christmas decorations from wire, ribbon and florals.  You could either buy completed swags and trees or you could purchase the materials to make your own. I would love to make my own but probably I would buy the materials but never find the time to make them.

From my perspective, it was a great event. I saw many interior designers that I had not seen in a long time and met new people.  Look forward to a repeat performance. Let’s see…what will we do next year? Maybe Tarot Cards, maybe ghost hunters, or maybe a good game of Murder in the Dark. We’ll see. What would you suggest? Tell me in the comments.