Chicago Home + Garden is hosting their first ever “Chairs for Charity” event that I as well as 13 other Chicago designers/design teams will be participating in.  The gist of the event is that each design team has refurbished a vintage chair to be auctioned off that night.  I know I’m very excited about it (and gotta say proud of our chair :)) The charity event will be taking place on November 3, 6:00-8:00 pm at the Tile Gallery (555 N. Franklin St. Chicago).  Tickets are $32.50, and auction proceeds/portion of the ticket proceeds will be going to Designs for Dignity.  Hors d’oeuvres and cocktails to be served…sounds good to me…a little retail therapy here.  Would love to see some MG out there to check out the Buckingham Interiors + Design chair as well as to support a great cause.  Thank you to Romo for the amazing fabric, Burchell Upholstery for the custom handiwork, Craig’s List for the fab chair- what an amazing previous owner story here- and to Ballard Design for the ultra secret surprise that we are keeping from the paparazzi until the event 🙂

{Buckingham ID chair!}

{our chair!!}

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8 Comments to '“Take a Seat, Take a Stand”'

AmyK 29 Oct 10 at 7:25 am

beautiful, love the chair!! can’t wait for the big event!

Debbie - Pink Pig 29 Oct 10 at 10:03 am

How wonderful! I will certainly spread the word..

Rita 29 Oct 10 at 2:03 pm

Chair looks great! Love the fabric choices!

Isabella 29 Oct 10 at 2:11 pm

Love the fabrics! Beautiful!

Ann 30 Oct 10 at 7:57 am

Nice chair…

Goodluck on the event:)

Nice of you to be doing something for charity.

Lulu Thompson 31 Oct 10 at 3:54 pm

Looks so comfortable! Definitely looking forward to the event!

Hotel Redondo Beach 01 Nov 10 at 2:51 pm

Great chair, and even cooler cause.

Ilene 01 Nov 10 at 8:38 pm

Gray is the new black. Would be gorgeous in any home! Hope I have winning bid!! 🙂

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