Event Speakers

Ree Drummond Fargo Design Conference
“The Pioneer Woman” • Food Network

From high heels to tractor wheels, Ree Drummond is a city girl who fell in love with a rancher and now lives on a working ranch outside of Pawhuska, Oklahoma. Ree is the host of “Pioneer Woman” on Food Network and is an award-winning American Blogger, No. 1 New York Times bestselling author, food writer, and photographer. On stage, Ree will be giving cooking tips and an inside scoop on her life behind the camera. Bring your questions, she’s looking forward to answering them!

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“Elbow Room” • HGTV

You will recognize him from being the host of HGTV’s “Elbow Room” and a carpenter on “Ellen’s Design Challenge”. Inspired at a young age by his father and grandfather, Chip Wade is a craftsman that loves to push limits and create things that have never been done before.  Chip’s career is devoted to using his expertise to help people make educated home improvement decisions, and he is thrilled to bring the same excitement and education to the Design Conference stage.

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Chip Wade Fargo Design Conference
Maria Bosak Fargo Design Conference
Eco Chic Boutique • Fargo, ND

A local businesswoman and renowned coffee addict, Maria is the founder of Design Conference, Fargo’s Junk Market, and is the owner of Eco Chic Boutique. The modern farmhouse store home has decor, Chalk Paint®, furniture, and the Magnolia Home Furniture line by Joanna Gaines. Currently, she and her husband are remodeling their own Farmhouse which has both challenged and inspired Maria. Offering home advice, interior decorating services and repurposing tutorials- you are sure to get a variety tips on how to make your house, feel like home.

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Grain Designs • Fargo, ND

Four guys paired their passion for design and their love of reclaimed wood to form Grain Designs. They provide unique designs and quality craftsmanship- custom tables, sliding doors, home accessories, reclaimed fixtures, and various other custom furnishing making your home as unique as you are. They work primarily with reclaimed woods and other salvaged materials and will be giving the audience a behind the scenes look into their creative process.

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