Tuesday, May 5, 2009


The chance to buy home accessories and furniture at a major discount--new merchandise, donated and then sold for 60 to 80 percent off retail pricing-- should have you running to Housing Works annual Design on a Dime Benefit. Housing Works Thrift Shops are treasure troves around the city, and their sales help those in need.

Support one of NYC's best loved design initiatives.
Attend the Opening Night on Thursday, May 07, 2009 @ 6:00pm
Tickets are $150, order tickets online from Housing Works
Location: The Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 West 18th Street

Room vignettes are created by over 40 designers, and brand new housewares, furniture, linens, and furniture, all available at charitable prices are for sale. Items may be restocked, but get there early to scoop up the best stuff.

Participating designers will create spaces you will not want to miss.

The list includes:

Beale-Lana Interior Design
Carolina Irving
Charlotte Moss & Co.
de la Torre Design Studio
Eldon Wong Design
Elizabeth Bauer Design
Foley & Cox Interiors
Franck Hodelin & Co.
Hable Construction
Harry Cushing Inc.
Housing Works Thrift Shops
Huniford Design Studio
Jack Levy Design
John Bartlett/John Esty
Juniper Tedhams
Laura Bohn Design Associates
Nathan Egan Interiors
Robert Passal Inc.
Sarah Gray Miller for Country Living
Sharon Simonaire Interior Design
Steven Sclaroff
The Editors of Real Simple
Ty Pennington for Sears
T W Black Inc. & Thu Do Design, Inc.

If you miss the opening, show your shopping support Friday and Saturday, 10am to 6pm, where admission is free and open to the public.

All proceeds from Design on a Dime go to Housing Works, the nation’s largest grassroots AIDS service organization. Founded in 1990, Housing Works provides lifesaving services to homeless and low-income New Yorkers living with HIV and AIDS at facilities such as its Stand Up Harlem House, a fully renovated 16-apartment multiple-brownstone residence. More than 20,000 homeless men, women and children living with HIV and AIDS have benefited from Housing Works’ housing, medical and dental care, meals, job training and other vital services. Since 2005 Design on a Dime has raised more than $2 million in support of Housing Works.

1 comment:

Ross said...

Ooh! Those are awesome! Spacify offers Wooden Dining Chairs and more at reasonable prices.