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Design House 2014
Design House 2014
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Date/Time
Saturday, May 17th 2014
12:00 am

Location
Farmington Community

Each year, a Charlottesville area homeowner generously extends the use of their home for this exciting event allowing designers and vendors to showcase their skills and talents highlighting the latest interior design trends in a complete transformation of the home.  After completion, the home is opened up to the public for tours and a chance to meet each designer.

This year we are excited to announce the 2014 Design House will be in Farmington.  Tours are available May 3 – May 18; closed to the public on Tuesdays.  For more information visit the Design House Facebook page at www.facebook.com/CharlottesvilleDesignHouse.

Design House, the Shelter for Help in Emergency’s signature fundraising event, helps to sustain programs and services designed to help victims of domestic violence and their children.

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