Design on a Dime 2012 Recap
04 . 27 . 12
The early bird gets the worm is always the theme of the opening night of Housing Works Design on a Dime and last night was no exception. I also think was the best year ever for the rooms which were chock full of amazing furniture and accessories like High Falls Mercantile above. I managed to snag a great Lucite coffee table for my apartment but saw so many things I wanted to take home. Big thanks to Housing Works for inviting me to this great event and to all the designers for all their hard work.
I am missing credits for a few spaces so if you know who they were designed by, please let me know. If you want any more information on the designers listed, you can check them out here. Don’t forget that the free public sale days are Friday and Saturday from 10:00am – 6:00pm. I am definitely tempted to go back!
Buzz Kelly Interiors
Anthony Wright Interiors
Joshua Ingraham Design
Tiger Lily’s Greenwich
Katie Lydon Interiors
Patrick James Hamilton Designs
Matthew Patrick Smythe
Neal Beckstedt Design
Genevieve Gorder for Valspar
Evette Rios for HomeGoods
Michael Leva for C Wonder
de la Torre Design Studio
Amanda Nisbet Design
Foley & Cox
Tyler Wisler Home
Shields and Company Interiors
Housing Works Thrift Shops
Lifestyling by Maria Gabriela Brito
Harry Heissmann Inc.
Eddie Lee Inc.
Jonathan Rosen Interiors
Chairs donated by Etos.
Yetta Banks for Viacom
The Lucite coffee table that I bought!
Pappas Miron Design
Photos by Heather Clawson for Habitually Chic
Such amazing inspiration! Wish I could have seen it in person.
I feel like I have arrived to see myself on Habitually Chic! Thank you for the coverage, and thank you for promoting such a worthwhile cause!
–Patrick J. Hamilton, AskPatrick.blogspot.com NYC
Wow what diversity! Great to see so many different styles in person all in one place! Lucky you! Love your lucite table.
A superb group of designers for the this event! Yes I see a lot of pieces I would love to have!
Heather adore your new coffee table!
Art by Karena
Heather, do you know who makes that extremely beautiful wallpaper in the Pappas Miron set-up (boats and lanterns)? I couldn’t find any info on the Housing Works site. Great photos!
Oops, I just answered my own question via some Googling – the gorgeous wallpaper used by Pappas Miron is made by Cole & Son, and it is called “Gondola”.
Oh how I wish I went! I looked wonderful! Hope it raised plenty of money!
oh, what a treasure trove! So many extraordinary items.
@Casa di Pietra, I love the wallpaper from Cole & Son as well. It made that room extravagant.
Habitually Chic, thank you for documenting the event. It looks amazing; wish I could have gone. And so glad it benefits HousingWorks- they’re a great and needed organization.
Our company was represented at opening night and we donated accessories. What a wonderful cause, we plan on participating again. The event was well organized and as you can see from the pictures the designers did a wonderful job.