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High-End Home Auction to Help Families in Need

Big Design Names Drive Dwell with Dignity’s Mission

BY // 06.22.17

Some of the biggest names in the design business have stepped up to help Dallas-based Dwell with Dignity‘s cause of helping local families in need. The online estate sale marketplace EBTH is auctioning dozens of donated items from high-end showrooms and manufacturers such as Bungalow 5, Made Goods, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, R&Y Augousti, Visual Comfort, the Rug Company, and Kyle Bunting.

Proceeds from the online auction, which ends Saturday June 24 at 6:15pm CST, supports Dwell with Dignity’s efforts to help families escape poverty and homelessness, one household at a time.

The sale can be accessed directly through EBTH here, or by typing Dwell with Dignity into the EBTH search box.

Founded in 2009, Dwell with Dignity partners with local social service agencies to help provide homes for struggling families who have successfully completed the counseling and training they need to get back on their feet. To date, Dwell with Dignity has completed 97 projects, providing furniture, bedding, kitchen supplies such as pots and pans and dishes, and even stocked cupboards with canned goods and filled refrigerators with fresh vegetables and meals.

Everything But The House, or EBTH, was founded In 2007 by Cincinnati antiques dealers Jacquie Denny and Brian Graves. EBTH is a national, full-service estate sale business with a focus on driving awareness through a web presence.

Some of the Dwell with Dignity sale’s highlights include a mid-century style dresser from Michelle Gold + Bob Williams; a cowhide rug by Kyle Bunting; and a contemporary LED bubble light fixture, which was recently featured in an art gallery show.

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