Registration is now open for 2024!



Please select the correct registration type or category that represents your company or business below when registering. If you have any questions about your category or registration status, please email Luba at


Register here>>>> if you are an  Architect, Builder, Interior Designer, Landscape Architect/Designer
-Super Early Bird Rate $1,649 until February 12, 2024
-Early Bird Rate $1,749 after February 12 through March 25, 2024
-Regular Rate $1,849 after March 25, 2024

Register here >>> if you are a Vendor or Service Provider, Showroom Supplier, Manufacturer, PR or Media 
Please note that we ask that no more than 2 people from the same company register for this category. We will also limit the total number in this type or category who may attend.
-Super Early Bird Rate $1,949 until February 12, 2024
-Early Bird Rate $2,149 after February 12 through March 25, 2024 
-Regular Rate $2,349 after March 25, 2024

  • Keynotes and general conference sessions on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday
  • Receptions at the Chatham Bars Inn and other official conference activities
  • Breakfast on Tuesday and Wednesday and refreshment breaks
  • Lunch on Tuesday
  • Conference slides for presentations available online after the event
  • Hotel accommodations are not included in your conference registration. See info on our travel page on how to book your hotel to receive our discounted rate.
If you need to cancel your conference reservation, your fee is 50% refundable through April 1, 2024.* After that your fee is non-refundable*. Please note we have no partial-conference prices and it is not possible to share a conference registration spot.
If you would like to transfer your registration to a colleague, please send an email to

COVID Protocol  

We will be doing everything that is recommended by health professionals to make the experience a safe one and New England Home Magazine, LLC, Esteem Media, and its employees and representatives assume no liability for "bodily injury" or "property damage" or "personal and advertising injury" arising out of the actual or alleged transmission of a communicable disease.