Designers Give Back: The Good Shepherd Charity Design Project

Designers Give Back: The Good Shepherd Charity Design Project

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Nancy Mitchell
Dec 12, 2011
The Good Shepherd Center for Homeless Women & Children, located near downtown Los Angeles, provides a home for disadvantaged women while helping them get back on their feet. Earlier this year, designers Vanessa Kogevinas and Vanessa de Vargas organized the Good Shepherd Charity Design project, with a goal of re-decorating 30 of the shelter's rooms. They brought together a team of 30 designers, who, working entirely pro bono, with donated materials, managed to complete the project in 3 months. The results are breathtaking, and a testament to the talent and generosity of the decorators involved. As Irene Lovett, one of the designers involved, says: "Everyone deserves to live beautifully". For more information, check out the The Good Shepherd Charity Design Project Blog and Good Shepherd Center for Homeless Women & Children's site. You can also read about the project in this month's Adore Home (page 113) and on Houzz. Images: 1-4: Houzz; 5: Irene Lovett
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