We have been working hard on our Dwell with Dignity Thrift Studio space. It has been a joy to do this vignette in memory of Dot Greenlee.
Swirl artwork was by Jennifer Ayyed and light blue glass rock artwork by Latoya Jones. Acrylic bases done by E&D Plastics.
Thank you to IDS Dallas Chapter for selecting me, along with Barbara Gilbert and Nicole Arnold to honor Dot in this way.
Artwork by Christi Meril
Dot was known for her use of bright colors, specifically pink.
Art by Artist Mary Howe
We wanted our space to be bright and happy, just like Dot.
Thank you to our main sponsors Robert Allen, Kisabeth Furniture and Nomads Loom. The stunning floral arrangements were donated by Curate Florals (Linda Baker, IDS President).
After we finished the space, the designers that knew her well said the space is a great representation of what she loved.
The lighting in our vignette is spectacular and I want every single light fixture for my home. The above fixture is from Currey and Company and it gave our installers fits. Very heavy and lots of sharp edges. It is the star of the show in our vignette.
One of IDS Members, Josh with Stal Timber donated these unique side tables made from 100 year old beams. They are spectacular! Paired with the rug from Nomads Loom and the navy velvet chair and sofa donated by Kisabeth Furniture, they are just gorgeous.
Follow me on Instagram to see more behind the scenes clips of our vignette and the event itself.
Hope you enjoyed the sneak peek. This Charity event will be held on April 5th, just in time for my 50th birthday! You can purchase tickets at https://www.dwellwithdignity.com. It is the event of the year, I promise!
If you can't make it to the party, Thrift Studio 2017 will be open to the public, starting April 6th and will be open for a month.