Boston, MA, September 01, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- When interior designer, Maureen Reddy, got the call to stage a revamped Victorian near the shores of Winthrop, MA, she knew immediately that she would use the unique driftwood collages of local artist, Richard Honan, to enhance the property.
Reddy, the owner of DaVinci Designer Gallery (https://www.davincidesigner.com) has been designing and staging properties for over 25 years and often rents the works of local artists to display on staging projects in order to support the arts, elevate the design, and add value to the property.
This project was extra special. Reddy has known Richard Honan for many years as they both are artists, business owners, and both are life-long residents of Winthrop, MA, a small sea side town just outside of Boston.
Reddy and Honan agreed that the rental fee for the treasure trove of coastal curiousities would go directly to Richard Honan's "Support the Troop" efforts.
For over 15 years, Honan and legions of volunteers have stocked and sent tons (literally, over 18 tons) of care packages to our troops around the world. These precious packages put smiles on the faces of our bravest men and women and are filled with food, clothes, supplies...and most of all ...love.
Reddy's creative design process resulted in a win-win situation, where the property was adorned with unique and sophisticated art, the sellers were ecstatic with the staging results, and our troops benefited from the alliance of two artist. This surely was "Home Staging with Heart."