The roster of design celebrities who will come together Thursday for Housing Works’ interior design shopping benefit, Design on a Dime, is the largest in the event’s nine year history.
Tilton Fenwick's 2012 vignette
Located at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea, the benefit event will feature 62 of the world’s top interior talent. Each designer will create a room vignette using new and donated merchandise from high-end manufacturers and dealers.
The items will be on sale for 50-70% off retail pricing, with money benefiting Housing Works, a non-profit with a mission to end AIDS and homelessness.
Genevieve Gorder and Lara Spencer
This year’s designers include Anthony-Olanow Design Group, Antonino Buzzetta Design, ARCHIVES id, ARDEN, Arlene Angard Designs, Asler Valero, Bella Mancini Design, Brad Ford for Arhaus, Bloomingdale’s, Bjorn Bjornsson Interior Design, CookingforOthers.com, Cullman & Kravis, Danielle Colding Designs, David Duncan Antiques, David Scott Interiors, Del la Torre Design, Dering Hall, Diego Alejandro Design, Eddie Lee Inc. for William Sonoma/Designer Marketplace, Erin Swift, Evette Rios, FLAIR, Foley & Cox Interiors Inc, Genevieve Gorder for Valspar, Hamilton Design Associates, Harry Heissmann, Inc., HB Home Design, High Falls Mercantile, House of Oasis, Housing Works, Huniford, id 810 design group, Interieurs Design Studio by Francine Gardner, Jason Bolden Design, John Douglas Eason Interiors, Kara Mann Design, Kati Curtis Design, Keita Turner Design, Kureck Jones LLC, Lara Spencer for One Kings Lane, Marc Houston Lifestyle & Interiors, Mark Stephen Testa, Naula, Nickelodeon, Nicole Gibbons Studio, Pappas Miron Design, Patrick James Hamilton Design, Reddymade Design LLC, Rio Hamilton for NIEDERMAIER, Robert Passal Interior & Architectural Design, Robin Baron Design, S. Russell Groves, Santiago Tomás Designs, Shields & Company Interiors/Julia Mack Design, Tiger Lily’s Greenwich for Robert Allen, Tyler Wisler Home, Willey Design LLC and Yetta Banks for Viacom.
All five of this year’s Co-Chairs, Yetta Banks, Genevieve Gorder, Evette Ríos, Sabrina Soto and Lara Spencer, will lend their design to a room and attend the event.
Genevieve Gorder will repeat her collaboration with event sponsor, Valspar Paint, to create a colorful room vignette. “As a designer I hope to bring joy into every landscape that I create,” she said. “I’m proud to support an organization like Housing Works who embodies that same philosophy. They don’t just provide housing throughout New York City. Housing Works creates homes.”
Design on a Dime 2013 will benefit Housing Works’ Hull Street Residence: A new housing development project consisting of 30 permanent units of supportive housing for single, formerly homeless adults living with HIV/AIDS. The Hull Street Residence Project is the first from-the-ground up project for Housing Works since 2001.
Design on a Dime kicks off on Thursday with a ticketed opening night reception and shopping. It is then open to the public on from Friday, April 26 and Saturday 27 from 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.
Take a look at last year's EditorTV coverage, here and here.
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