The American Red Cross hosts an event where the top interior designers in Palm Beach each design a portion of a historical home. The ticket sales and proceeds benefit the American Red Cross. This year, we were fortunate enough to work with Melissa and Noe Guerra of NXG Studio. They designed the upstairs balcony that overlooks the pool and the transformation of the space was remarkable.
From the event page: "The American Red Cross will celebrate the 40th year of the Designers' Show House by highlighting one of its most critical missions- assisting those affected by fires. The 2016 featured home, located in the Old Northwood neighborhood of West Palm Beach, is the historic former Fire Station #3 for the City of West Palm Beach. Built in 1938, it was renovated into a 4 bedroom Art Moderne-style home that sits on a lush half-acre."
The work has been on display all month. The last day to view the work is this Saturday, March 26th.
More Information including directions, admission priced, and hours of operation can be found here: http://www.redcross.org/news/event/fl/miami/The-40th-Anniversary-Designers-Show-House