Nicole Arnold 2015 Designer of the Year award

Snoa Garrigan, Interior Design Society, presenting Nicole Arnold with Designer of the Year Award

I’m excited to announce that two projects we were involved with received national recognition at the 2015 Interior Design Society award banquet in May.

On behalf of the IDS Dallas/Fort Worth chapter I accepted the Outstanding Charity Project award, and my own firm was recognized as having created one of the top three bedroom renovations in the country for under $30,000.

IDS DFW Outstanding Charity Award winner 2015

Our IDS DFW team was recognized for its charity project for the third consecutive year.

Below is the linked official press release, as well as a video highlighting the Charity Project.

I’d like to personally thank my team and the great designers and staff we worked with at both IDS DFW and Dwell with Dignity. Congratulations to everyone involved!

Press Release — June 8, 2015: Leading Dallas Interior Designer Nicole Arnold Captures Coveted National Design Awards

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