Giving Back Through Design
One of our favorite events in Dallas is the annual Dwell with Dignity Thrift Studio, a pop-up shop created to raise funds for Dwell with Dignity by selling donated furniture, housewares, accessories and high-end designer finds to the public. This year, we were excited to be among the designers who were asked to create a vignette with donated items that were all for sale to benefit the charity.
The first step was to select and measure our space. Pulp’s co-founder and principal designer Carolina Gentry did her best to measure the entire tall space! Then we got to work on our design.
The color we selected was Benjamin Moore‘s Summer Nights. We see 2019 as the year of muted brights, which is why we chose greyed greens, dusty blues, and muted terra cottas for our palette.
All of the furnishings and accessories we chose were part of our theme of travel and exotic destinations. We love unexpected details, like this fabulous chandelier, so we created a collected look for our vignette.
The result is a colorful and artful space with a bit of a masculine vibe!
We were excited to be sponsored by S.Harris, our fabric collection partner, so we also used a lot of our fabrics in the space, including our Hidalgo pattern above.
Other vendors who donated to our vignette include Global Views, Brenda Houston, LDF Silk, Designers Draperies, Designs by EG, Taylors Showroom, and In Detail.
Our Dallas team had a blast celebrating at opening night… If you’re in Dallas, be sure to drop by and shop our space anytime through April 27!
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