Here are the five teams in our ReStore Spaces Design Challenge!
Click on your favorite team to vote for them to win the Community Choice Award!
KV Interiors Kim Vanderstelt and Team
Room Vignette: Dining Room
Kimberly Vanderstelt, Joyce Marsh and Karen Harker
Our team has collectively over 40 years of experience is interior design, exterior and yacht design, along with commercial art and graphic design. We will put our talents to work creating a dining room in the ReStore Spaces Design Team Challenge and in doing so will help families and individuals in need of affordable housing.
Purses by Robin - Steve & Robin Cardona
Room Vignette: Living Room
Robin and Steve Cardona
We are delighted to bring our creativity to the Design Team Challenge! We are creating a living room for a family to interact and make their home full of memories. The room will display items to enrich family life. Robin designs and produces cloth purses and together they have renovated rooms.
The Home Team
Wagner Realty & Village2World – Rebecca Compton & Laurie Beppler
Room Vignette: Florida Living Area
Kerry Compton, Rebecca Compton and Laurie Beppler
Our team will help fund Habitat for Humanity causes as we create a Florida Living Room in the Design Team Challenge. Professionally we help provide homes in our community and jobs around the world. Rebecca helps families buy and sell homes and Laurie helps women and families around the world sell their crafts to provide for their families.
Key Koncepts... opening doors to your dream home!
Key Realty One – Beth Bick and Team
Room Vignette: Home Office-Study
Jeannette King, Elizabeth Gerber and Jim Bick
Key Realty One and Habitat for Humanity is the “key” to opening hearts to create a better place. Our goal is to make a positive difference and give back to our communities. We are pooling our creativity to transform previously loved pieces and recreate them into being lovable again in our home office study.
Kiwanis Club of Cortez– Bayshore High School Key Club
Liz Altenbernd and Team
Room Vignette: Teenage Dream Bedroom
Key Club Advisor Liz Altenbernd
The Bayshore High School Key Club helps build houses with Manatee Habitat and will create the ultimate teenage bedroom in the ReStore Spaces Design Team Challenge. Key Club meets weekly to discuss volunteer opportunities to earn community service hours and looks to build home, school and community while serving others.
What are Manatee Habitat ReStores?
Habitat for Humanity ReStores are non-profit home improvement stores and donation centers that sell new and gently used Furniture, Home Accessories, Building Materials and Appliances to the public at a fraction of the retail price.
What is ReStore Spaces?
ReStore Spaces is a fund raiser designed to showcase Manatee Habitat for Humanity’s Thrift Stores called ReStores. It builds awareness of the Habitat ReStores and how they support the Habitat for Humanity mission to build, modify and repair affordable housing for families in need.
Five Teams are chosen from the following application to create rooms utilizing donated items and a pallet from the Hardin Street Habitat ReStore. These items will be restored, refurbished, repurposed or reinvented to fit their room design. The rooms will highlight the endless possibilities the ReStore has to offer.
About the Event
Join us for the ReStore Spaces Design Team Challenge Reveal Party
Thursday, February 22, 2018 | 6-9 p.m.
Food, open bar, entertainment, auction and raffles
Habitat ReStore on Hardin | 1227 Hardin Ave., Sarasota