A Sneak Peek at the Fab Finds for Sale at Design on a Dime! (+ Ticket Purchase Info)!!!
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I’m gearing up for the annual Design on a Dime fundraiser for Housing Works which is right around the corner and if you didn’t know, I am designing a room filled with fabulous items that will all be sold at an amazing discount and all of the proceeds will benefit a new housing development that Housing Works is building as a home for formerly homeless New Yorkers living with HIV/AIDS. It is such a fantastic cause and a super fun event with INCREDIBLE shopping!!! You can find wonderful, designer merchandise for your home – for a “dime” and it’s all curated by some of the industry’s top interior designers. There is a VIP preview and shopping event this Thursday April 25th which is a star studded party that will allow attendees the first opportunity to shop the rooms and score the best items before the general public. If you’re in the New York area and interested in attending the event, I’m offering you the opportunity to purchase a special, discounted ticket! Click this link and at checkout enter the code “designerspecial.” The event is almost sold out so buy your tickets today! If you can’t attend but would like to make a monetary donation, you can also use the link to make a donation of any amount. Hope to see you at Design on a Dime and above is a little sneak peek of some of the stylish finds available for purchase in my room! I was so lucky to receive donations from some amazing brands including Restoration Hardware, Lee Jofa, Madeline Weinrib, Mottega, Bungalow 5, Serena and Lily, Pottery Barn, Society Social, Rizzoli, Nicole Cohen Art as well as photographer Patrick Cline – the co-founder of Lonny who just launched a new photography app called Uplo! I also want to give a special thanks to some wonderful partners who were so generous to donate their services for this special event:
Astudillo Design – I’ve worked with my talented upholsterer Oswaldo Astudillo for years and he does amazing work! He is reupholstering the vintage club chair shown above in a beautiful fabric from Lee Jofa!
Celebrity Moving – One of New York’s premier moving and storage services, Celebrity Moving prides itself on a high attention to detail and customer service. In addition to working with individual clients on moving and storage needs, the company handles major installations for some of the city’s top decorators (Bunny Williams, Celerie Kemble and Miles Redd to name a few!).
Martin Construction Wallpaper Experts – The company’s owner Martin is a highly skilled wallpaper expert and will be installing the wallpaper in my room! In addition to wallcovering services, Martin Construction also handles custom millwork, painting, electrical and more.
J. Pocker – A third generation company that provides custom framing with a high level of artisanship and personal service. They are one of the best in the city, with multiple locations including a trade-only shop in the D&D building which is a go-to resource for the city’s top interior designers.
Reserv Concierge – A full-service concierge partner for businesses and corporations that handles an array of business needs with a focus on client entertainment.
Restoration Hardware – 7′ Belgian Slope Arm Slipcovered Sofa in Charcoal Belgian Linen | Serena & Lily – Ellie Side Table | Serena & Lily – Herringbone Throw | Serena & Lily – Set of 3 Aqua Melrose Nesting Tables | Mottega – Customized Capri Lamp | Madeline Weinrib Chi Chi Kari Rug | Nicole Cohen Commissioned Painting | Society Social – The Hayworth Bar Cart | Bungalow 5 – Parsons Coffee Table in White Lacquered Grasscloth | Vintage 60s Club Chairs upholstered in linen pattern from Lee Jofa called Fez from the new Karenza collection | Pottery Barn – Brannan Braided Jute Rug | Rizzoli Books: Resort Fashions, Palm Beach Entertaining, Kenzo, The Andy Warhol Show, Dana Schutz, Palaces & Gardens of Persia | Canvas Dauville Glazed Bowls | Patrick Cline Photography via Uplo