More than 30 designers will present their artfully curated vignettes this weekend at the third-annual Design on a Dime Miami. Held at the Moore Building in the Miami Design District, the two-day event allows attendees to shop furniture, art and home decor top brands at discounted rates, with proceeds benefiting Housing Works and its mission to end the AIDS epidemic nationally by 2025.
Founded in 2004 by designer James Huniford, Design on a Dime invites designers to create one-of-a-kind room vignettes using donated merchandise from the top home decor brands and artists. Attendees can then purchase the featured product at up to an 80 percent retail discount, helping add to the already $11 million the benefit has raised since its inception.
This year’s Miami edition, which is co-chaired by Elle Decor’s Whitney Robinson, Design Miami chief creative officer Rodman Primack and interior designers Amanda Lindroth and Rudy Weissenberg, kicks off with an opening preview night on Saturday, February 3. To follow will be the Chairman’s Dinner, celebrating 2018 honorees Weissenberg, Primack, and Ximena Caminos, executive creative director and partner at Faena Group.
Participating designers include A. Keith Powell, Amanda Lindroth for Serena & Lily, Antrobus + Ramirez, B+G Design and Janet Patterson Interior Design, Britto Charette, Clay Cunningham with Spin Ceramics, Deft Union, Eolo A&I Design, Errez Design Studio, Fava Design Group, Fein Zalkin Interiors, Get Decorated–Interiors by Lindsay, Hallock Design Group, Hernan Arriaga, Interiors by Maite Granda, KAKAR House of Design, Krista Home Design, Maggie Cruz Interior Design, Mendez Vela Design, Mike Stake Studio, Monica Arellano with Stephanie Benhamu and Miguel Lewis, Moniomi Design, Nicole Fuller Interiors, Nicole White Designs Interiors, and Sogol Decor and Luca Porcelli. Benjamin Moore, Elle Decor, Housing Works Thrift Shops, and Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams will also be hosting vignettes.