May 1, 2013
The Shelter for Help in Emergency is showing off it's 4th Annual Design House.
More than 20 designers have worked together for nearly three months to design different rooms and the exteriors of a home in Farmington Country Club.
All of the designers volunteer their time to the project and all the proceeds from the three week event benefit The Shelter for Help in Emergency.
Cartie Lominack, Executive Director of Shelter for Help in Emergency, said, "For us we felt like it really brings home the message because peace begins at home. We wanted to have a visual and tangiable example of what a peaceful loving home would look like."
All of the proceeds will go toward the Shelter for Help in Emergency.
The design house will have tours each day, except Tuesday, from May 4 to May 19.
Tickets are $20. For groups of 5 or more, they are $15.
For more information go to http://www.cvilledesignhouse.com/.
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