Nourison Donates to Housing Works Design on a Dime Charity Event

Rugs and accents from Nourison and its Minka Victory division were donated to nine of the vignettes in the Design on a Dime event. 

05/02/2022
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Get Decorated, Nourison, Design on a Dime Event
This vignette from Get Decorated was part of the Housing Works Design on a Dime vignette.

Nourison donated area rugs and Mina Victory Home Accents to nine vignettes to Housing Works' 17th annual Design on a Dime Charity Event in NY late last month. The event featured 50 stunning vignettes curated by nationally recognized interior designers on April 20-23, 2022 at the Metropolitan Pavilion. Guests were able to shop the vignettes filled with home décor, furniture, art and housewares marked up to 80 percent off retail prices. Vignettes included such design names as Curated by Younghye, Elissa Grayer Design, Get Decorated, Josh Minter Design, KD Reid, Pappas Miron Design, The Rath Project, Sarah Von Dreele and Young Huh Interior Design.

Featured Nourison rugs included the Dreamy Shag (DRS05 Ivory) chosen by Elissa Grayer, Calvin Klein Prairie (PRA1 Silver) for Josh Minter’s vignette, Venosa (VSN01 Ivory/Grey) chosen by KD Reid and Zermatt (ZER01 Grey) for Young Huh’s vignette. 

“The Calvin Klein rug which has been in the line a long time is a classic, but is an immediate identifier in terms of that quality, luxe aesthetic and really does a lot to lighten up and brighten up the space, which we took direct inspiration from in terms of creating the linear ceiling and lines on the wall,” said Josh Minter.

Due to all the support for this year’s Design on a Dime in New York City, Housing Works was able to raise more than $1 million toward the mission to end AIDS and homelessness. 


About Housing Works

For 30 years, Housing Works has fueled the fight to end HIV and homelessness. Its Thrift Shops and signature events directly benefit the organization's trailblazing work in grassroots activism, healthcare and housing. Housing Works serves over 25,000 low-income New Yorkers annually and operates more than 700 units of transitional and permanent supportive housing. Housing Works led the way during the height of the AIDS crisis in New York City, and continues to lead advocacy efforts across the country in support of social justice.

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