Design on a Dime Opening Night

Company C gets the very first picture of Interior Designer Byron James’ Design on a Dime vignette appropriately titled “The Men’s Lounge; 50 Shades of Byron” and features our lovely new Sandstone rug.

 

About Housing Works’ Eleventh Annual Design on a Dime
New York City’s most popular interior design shopping benefit held at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea.  The 3-day event features over 60 of the world’s top interior designers, who create unforgettable room vignettes with new merchandise–from furniture to art to home decor and beyond– which is donated and then sold for 50 to 70 percent off retail pricing!

Proceeds from Design on a Dime 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.

Play Eye Spy During Treehouse Masters Series Premiere!

We have some exciting news! Company C bedding, pillows, throws and more were used in the design of the coolest treehouse ever built for the premiere episode of Treehouse Masters! Episode airs on Friday January 9th at 10pm ET!

Tune in to Animal Planet and play a little “Eye Spy” with the following colorful Company C products & let us know which products you love most and recognize:

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A little more about the premiere episode:

Coolest Treehouse Ever Built
Friday, January 9 at 10:00 p.m.

A haute cuisine restaurateur couple in Portland, Maine, have been dreaming of adding a Pete Nelson treehouse to their idyllic property for the past 20 years. These tastemakers are also close to Pete’s family – they live right next door to Pete’s sister, Molly. Living in a one-room yurt on their property, the couple has lots of fun entertaining friends, but is yearning for some privacy. Pete swoops to the rescue, building a sleek, gorgeous, modern bedroom in the trees. This slumber nest will nestle 19 feet high in the air in a grove of eastern hemlocks and white pines, with a bridge that connects the yurt’s deck, providing easy access for sleepyheads. He goes above and beyond, packing this floating suite full of firsts: a breathtaking copper roof, a towering rooftop crow’s nest, and a giant wall of windows that opens up to the outdoors just like a garage door, revealing a breathtaking treetop, New England view – Pete’s coolest treehouse ever built!