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MAKE IT HOME BENEFITS FROM UPCYCLED ANTIQUE CHAIRS

Local interior designers upcycle chairs from Make It Home to illustrate the importance of repurposing and reusing.Photo courtesy of Make It Home

A 2022 Giving Marin grant recipient, Make It Home recently partnered with fabric house Schumacher, online furniture restoration company Revitaliste, and nine interior designers to upcycle chairs donated to Make It Home to illustrate how antique, vintage and used furnishings can be reworked and renewed.

The Design With Impact event was held on May 17 at the Simon Breitbard Gallery in San Francisco. Each designer selected a chair from the Make It Home warehouse and envisioned a new design, with Schumacher donating the materials and Revitaliste donating the refurbishment services. The finished pieces were displayed and auctioned off at the reception and raised $11,500 in support of Make It Home and its mission to provide comfort and hope for people in transition.

For more information, visit makeithome.org.

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