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THOMAS COUNTY, GA (WALB) -

A master interior decorator shared his creativity with south Georgians at an antique show on Friday.

More than 260 people attended a lecture by Miles Redd in Thomasville.

This is the show's 25th year, the annual show has raised 1.8 million dollars for children's programs in Thomas County.

Redd spoke about his book "The Big Book of Chic".

"I talked about my journey, how I started with my apartment in college and the things that really inspired me, the things I looked at when I started creating the rooms that I have decorated," said Redd.

Thousands of people are expected at The Thomasville Antiques Show that runs through Sunday, It features vendors from multiple states.

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