For the fourth year in a row, Décor Aid has been invited to join charitable organization Houseworks annual Design on a Dime benefit highlighting the best interior designers and brands. We are honored to be included alongside the nation’s top talent in service to two great causes – homelessness and AIDS, from April 26th to the 28th.
This year we tapped designer and Peter Marino alumnus Victoria Tomlinson Cole to create a room dedicated to evoking the aesthetics found in nature indoors, featuring bright, moody and intense hues, rich natural finishes, textures, and materials. Central to the project are objects modeled around the abstract beauty of tree branches and animalier prints juxtaposed with high-gloss lacquer, brushed brass and sculptural elements throughout.
Our roster of decorative donated items includes over a dozen pieces from Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams and Design With Reach, and artwork by Katie Heffle and Caryn Leigh.
We love the challenge that Design on a Dime presents while bringing the best talent in the industry together to support Housingworks ongoing initiatives.
Décor Aid Interior designer Victoria Tomlinson Cole trained for a decade under design icons Thierry Despont, Juan Pablo Molyneux and Peter Marino before launching her own firm in 2014, and has completed projects across the US, from a beach house in Florida to a historic Brooklyn brownstone.