Thumbnail of the ML Interiors group at Dwell with Dignity’s Thrift Studio. Aaron Dougherty Dallas, Texas Interior photographer.

Dwell with Dignity, a nonprofit founded by a Lakewood neighbor, opens its Thrift Studio home decor pop-up and fundraiser this weekend.

Thrift Studio, now in its 12th year, generates one-third of the nonprofit organization’s operating revenue.

Live with dignity was founded by Lisa Robison in 2009. It provides interior design services to residents and community spaces to help people escape poverty, homelessness and social injustice.

During the event, which runs from August 26 to September 26. 24, visitors can shop for discounted furniture and home decor items displayed in thumbnails created by local designers, showrooms and retailers. More than 65 works of art were donated by local artists, including East Dallas neighbor Christi Meril.

New to fundraising is the Social Impact Marketplace, where select Saturdays, nonprofits will be offered space in Thrift Studio to sell their wares. All profits will go directly to the associations.

Thrift Studio will be held in the Design District at 1506 Market Center Blvd. Hours and more information can be found here.

See more images from this year’s thumbnails below.

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