Day 2 of Voting for Habitat for Humanity Design Duel
WATCH GOOD DAY DALLAS THIS MORNING TO SEE SARAH PICKARD DISCUSS
THE BEHIND THE SCENES OF HABITAT FOR HUMANITY DESIGN DUEL
Today is Day 2 of voting for the Habitat for Humanity Design Duel. We are really having fun watching the voting process! Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to support Pickard Design Studio as well as Dallas Habitat for Humanity, a nonprofit organization that transforms neighborhoods by engaging families and community partners in creating affordable housing. As interior designers, this is certainly a project we are passionate about and were thrilled to participate in. Voting for the Design Duel competition continues through this Friday, September 23rd. Please show your support for this wonderful organization as well as for Pickard Design Studio by voting every day this week!
All the interiors designers and staff at Pickard Design Studio are honored to be selected to participate in this important design project because we truly believe in Habitat for Humanity’s mission “to build and repair simple, decent, affordable houses with those who lack adequate shelter,” and we are thrilled to have the opportunity to be evaluated by such a prestigious panel of judges: Barbara Gilbert, Barbara Gilbert Interiors, Interior Design Society; Charla Blake, Art Institute of Dallas; Christopher Wynn, FD Luxe, Peggy Levinson, D Home; and Tracy Kornet, CBS 11. Of course, public opinion is an important part of this voting process, and it is truly exciting to see the show of support we are getting from everyone. Learn more about the panel of judges on the Habitat for Humanity Design Duel website.
We would love to answer questions about the specific project as well as what it was like to work so closely with our “do-it-yourself” homeowners — who were a delight to work with over the three-week design period! Just reply to this blog with questions and/or comments.
See a full “Before & Photo Gallery” on the Pickard Design Studio Facebook page.
Enjoy a few before & after photos below. More photos coming soon!
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