I have to say though, a dime is a misnomer. Try design on a Benjamin – the merchandise sells for 50% to 70% off retail price during the three day event. All of the profits from the Design on a Dime event help Housing Works “Get A Room” for homeless and low-income New Yorkers living with and affected by HIV/AIDS, which I loved. Just to set the stage lamps I saw lamps for $200, a crib for $450, an arm chair for $625, a custom neon sign for $800, and a mirror for the bargain price of $1,100. From this classy evening I picked up ten things:
Stevens Design Group
(4) Pink is pretty even when you are an adult.
Nicole Gibbons / Ethan Allen booth / Valspar Sweety Pie pink
Marks and Frantz Design
Tamara Matthews Stevenson in her booth
I had a fantastic time at the event, thanks Valspar for the invite!