Friday, October 1
Contest: Ready Aim Redesign
I am excited and honored to announce a wonderful, charitable contest. Believing that everyone deserves a beautiful home, Lisa Robison and Kim Turner of the Dallas based non-profit, Dwell with Dignity, are launching Ready Aim Redesign. Dwell with Dignity is a non-profit group of Interior Designers and volunteers dedicated to creating nurturing home environments for families struggling with homelessness and poverty.
Ready Aim Redesign is a before-and-after furniture redesign contest (not a room redesign contest). The idea is to refashion a piece of furniture, turning it into something wonderful.
The contest is open to all and it starts today. Here's how it works:
Go to the registration page, add the $25 entry fee to your cart, check out, and complete your transaction. Once payment is received, you'll be given instructions and a link to upload photos of your before-and-after furniture redesign.
Entries will then be submitted to six judges, who will select the top ten finalists. The finalists will appear on the Ready Aim Redesign website where voting is open to the public.
Not only will your entry fee support a wonderful cause, you will also have a chance to win some wonderful prizes.
I'm privileged to be participating as a judge, alongside: Jonathan Adler, Grace Bonney, Crystal Gentilello, Samantha Reitmayer Sano, and Rebecca Sherman.
I can't wait to see what you creative people submit. Being a judge, I can't allow my talented husband to enter the contest. So I am posting one of his projects as inspiration. A $15 dresser became a sink and bathroom vanity.