This weekend is the 12th annual Design on a Dime Event by Housing Works at the Metropolitan Pavilion in NYC. The 3-day benefit and sale features more than 60 of the world’s top interior designers, who create unforgettable room vignettes with new merchandise, which is donated and then sold for up to 75% off retail pricing! Howard Elliott donated 2 pieces for this amazing event the designer extraordinaire, Justin Shaulis used in his creation of the Design Campus Study.
Our Grace Mirror elegantly graces the teal blue wall a coordinates perfectly with the furniture and decor of the room.
From this angle, you can see how perfectly our Mirrored Pyramid Cabinet fits with the beautiful wall art and rug.
All pieces will be for sale at the event with all proceeds from the Design on a Dime event funding Housing Works’ newest supportive housing development, the Hull Street Residence. Hull Street is a from-the-ground-up housing development project that will transform a vacant 6,000 sq ft. lot, into a beautiful and safe home for 28 single, formerly homeless adults living with HIV/AIDS! The Howard Elliott Collection is proud to be part of this amazing event and fundraiser!
To find out more about Housing Works and their life changing mission, read about it here: Housing Works - About
To find out how to attend the sale, click here: Design on a Dime