Issue Date: 2017 MAY, Posted On: 5/8/2017

05082017 Nourison Donates Product for 'Design on a Dime' Vignettes

The 'Design on a Dime' vignette by Elissa Grayer Interior Design features Nourison's abstract Twilight rug in blue and ivory. 

SADDLE BROOK, NJ -- Nourison donated product for vignettes created by Elissa Grayer Interior Design and Francis Interiors for the 13th Annual Design on a Dime benefit in New York City. The benefit presented 60-plus imaginative vignettes from top designers on April 26-29th at the Metropolitan Pavilion.

Elissa Grayer Interior Design included Nourison's abstract Twilight rug (TW124) in blue and ivory in a pink and navy themed vignette. Francis Interiors "Fifty Shades of Grey" vignette featured the Maxwell rug (MAE01) in ivory grey, Calvin Klein Home Lunar rug in Storm (LUN1) detailed with a luminescent radiance and velvet-like texture, and kathy ireland Hoe Studio shag (KI900) in silver. "As grey is my favorite color, I wanted to do something monochromatic," says Francis Toumbakaris of Francis Interiors. Mina Victory Home Accents added to the vignette, with shag pillows decorated with beaded skull and crossbones, baskets weave leather and shag pillows, and throw blankets in steel grey.

A vignette by Francis Interiors called 'Fifty Shades of Grey' includes Nourison rugs and Mina Victory Home Accents' pillows and throws. 

For the fourth year in a row, Design on a Dime has raised over $1 million towards the mission to end AIDS and homelessness. Proceeds from Design on a Dime fund Housing Works' groundbreaking programs and lifesaving services for New Yorkers living with HIV/AIDS including housing, healthcare, and a supportive community.
Design on a Dime, founded in 2004 in New York City by Designer James Huniford, challenges interior designers to create unique room vignettes curated with donated merchandise from well-known home décor brands and artists. All merchandise in these one-of-a-kind rooms is then sold at steep discounts to design-savvy attendees to benefit Housing Works' mission to end AIDS and homelessness. Since its inception, the event has raised over $11 million. With three locations nationally, this year Design on a Dime will bring together an estimated 120 interior designers, over 700 top home decor brands, and nearly 6,000 guests.

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