First off, a big THANK YOU to all of you who have supported the IDLCPA by sponsoring past events!  Sometimes it feels like we have been doing this forever and don’t have much to show for it, but rest assured, we are making progress in the legislative process and we could NOT do it without all of you.

Now for the fun stuff, the Pure Party is back!  After a brief Covid hiatus, we are back bigger and better than ever!  If you went to previous parties, you know how fun they were, if you haven’t gone yet, you are in for a treat!

  • Pure Gilt theme
  • Expecting 200-300 members of the design community, focused on getting a good balance between industry members and designers
  • New sponsor levels designed to maximize sponsorship dollars, if you have questions or concerns, let us know.
  • Central downtown location with attached parking, and we have a special room rate at the hotel, use code PGE24 by April 16th.


Check out the opportunities through this Eventbrite link:

Pure Gilt Tickets, Thu, May 16, 2024 at 5:30 PM | Eventbrite

Some highlights:

  • The top two sponsor levels include your own VIP areas that you can showcase with the product.  These sponsorships can be split, so consider using furniture, art, lighting, flooring or fabric to make your space the place to be!
  • There is a sponsorship for the drink tickets, including your logo on the tickets that everyone redeems for drinks.
    The mid-level sponsorship includes naming a station (food, selfie, or dessert).
  • We also have a REPUNDLE this year—Rep Bundle. For one price, you get 1 industry ticket and 3 designer tickets at a reduced price.
  • We hope one of the sponsorships fits your budget this year.
  • We are also collecting for the raffle prizes, please contact Nancy at nancy@drewdesignsltd.com to donate.


Thank you again, and we look forward to a great evening!


The Interior Design Legislative Coalition of Pennsylvania (IDLCPA) is a not-for-profit organization committed to advancing the interior design profession through licensing and regulation. Established in the late 1980s, the statewide coalition has been working with legislators, lobbyists, and other design trades with the ultimate goal of the licensing and regulation of interior designers in the state of Pennsylvania.

IDLCPA has over 850 members consisting of interior design professionals, students, educators, industry partners, and affiliated professionals. The board has 24 appointed members serving from locations across Pennsylvania.

What Does An Interior Designer Do

Interior designers are trained, learned professionals who are able to evaluate and design interior spaces which consider the safety and well-being of the individuals that inhabit them. They are specialists trained to evaluate interior spaces and conditions while collaborating with other design trades such as architects, contractors, and engineers.

Within the commercial field, interior designers design a plethora of interior spaces, including hospitals, corporate offices, multifamily-housing, and hotels. Each of these types of spaces have their own programmatic needs and spatial differences, presenting unique difficulties and challenges that interior designs must evaluate and consider on a daily basis.

House Bill 1258

This is an urgent message regarding the introduction of the Interior Design Registration Bill in the Pennsylvania Senate. The formation of the Senate bill was a collaborative effort between IDLCPA, IIDA PA/NJ/DE Chapter, ASID PA West and ASID PA East.  Together in a continuing untied effort, IDLCPA, IIDA and ASID are conducting a strategic “rapid response” planto reach out to all interior design professionals, students and those who support them and this bill to strengthen the campaign and to simultaneously advance thi sbill and the interior design profession across Pennsylvania.

For more information on the bill that is in the House, please link to the PA General Assembly: Click here.