Last night was the kickoff to one of our favorite events of the year, Housing Work’s Design on a Dime.  The Opening Night Reception last night was the start of a 3-day shopping extravaganza, where guests got the first public look at the room vignettes, designed by more than 50 of the world’s top interior designers.

The shopping continues today and tomorrow with the Public Designer Sale.  Admission is free, and attendees can enjoy 50% – 70% off retail on high-end, vintage, and contemporary furniture, art, home accents, and gifts that have been donated to the room vignettes.  Here’s a look at a few of the room vignettes that we had the honor of donating to for this great event!

Vignette by Antonino Buzzetta Design, featuring the Studio Swing Arm floor Lamp

Vignette by J+G Design, featuring the Ziyi Large Chandelier and Charlton Wall Light

Vignette by Ron Marvin Design, featuring the Metal Banded Pendant

Vignette by Tamara Stephenson, featuring the Small Gourd Form Lamp

Vignette by Laura Bohn Design Associates, featuring the Old Pharmacy Floor Lamp

Vignette by Joshua Smith Inc., featuring the Deauville Table Lamp

You can also find these fixtures in vignettes deigned by Samuel Amoi Associates for Elle Decor and Eric Cohler.

Proceeds from Design on a Dime will benefit 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 26 single, formerly homeless adults living with HIV/AIDS.

3 Thoughts on “Design on a Dime 2014

  1. Thank you Circa Lighting for the fabulous donations of Old Pharmacy Floor Lamp to Design on a Dime. They were sold within two hours of the event opening. Fabulous lamp – a must have!

  2. Designer Matthew Patrick Smyth was so kind to donate a Studio Adjustable Floor lamp to my room this year! I hope I get a chance to feature more Circa product in next year’s vignette!

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