(PRWEB) April 25, 2016 -- Décor Aid was selected among the top designers to participate in Housing Works’ 12th annual Design on a Dime benefit in New York. Each designer creates a room vignette that features new furniture, art, and accessories. All of the items are donated, and then everything goes on sale during two public shopping days, where items are sold for up to 80 percent off retail pricing. The three-day event helps raise national awareness and funds for the fight to end the AIDS epidemic.
As seen in this Video, there was a frenzy to get furniture selected by Decor Aid. Proceeds will benefit Housing Works' Hull Street Residence, a housing development project that will transform a vacant 6,000-square-foot lot into a beautiful and safe home for 28 single, formerly homeless adults living with HIV/AIDS.
Decor Aid created a modern home theater that blends high style with the hottest new consumer technology, like Sony's soon-to-be-released Portable Ultra Short Throw Projector and Sage by Hughes' home automation system. The jewel tone-inspired space also merges bold and delicate design elements, like black leather Morgan Clayhall armchairs and a whimsical Pierre Frey fabric on the Avery Boardman sofa.
"We are honored to be selected for such a prestigious event and to be in the company of such talented designers,” Décor Aid co-founder Sean Juneja said.
Adds co-founder Markus Weber, “We are excited to support an organization that has done so much for individuals living with HIV/AIDS and we couldn’t have done it without the incredible donations from generous companies like Pierre Frey, Promemoria, Avery Boardman/Carlyle, Sony, Stark, Phillip Jeffries, Morgan Clayhall, Edition Modern, Cocobolo Design, Tappan, Candelabra, Snowe, Bungalow 5, Owen & Fred, and artists such as Benjamin Russell.”
About Décor Aid
Decor Aid was founded by Sean Juneja and Markus Weber in 2014 to make high-quality interior design effortless and accessible. The in-house, full-time team of seasoned interior designers were selected from the Nations top firms, and they can take on projects that range from an apartment room refresh to a complete estate renovation. Pricing is transparent and exclusive trade discounts are passed along to clients.
The New York City based firm now has offices in London, Miami, Chicago, San Francisco, Washington DC, Boston and Philadelphia.
Denise Wilson, Decor Aid, http://www.decoraid.com, +1 212.334.1034, [email protected]
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