Local designer selected to decorate Children’s Charities event
‘Designing for a Difference’ Clarity Farm Showcase Home to benefit charity
MILTON, Ga. — Pacita Wilson, owner of Pineapple Park and a local interior designer, was selected to handle the interior design for Children’s Charities “Designing for a Difference” Clarity Farm Showcase Home. Held April 19-23, 2017, all proceeds from the tour will benefit Children’s Charities effort to build an all-inclusive play park project in Milton, which will provide a playground for all abilities and disabilities.
“Children’s Charities is very fortunate to have someone of Pacita’s caliber to oversee the interior decoration for this fabulous show home,” said Amanda White, co-founder of Children’s Charities. “At more than 10,000 square feet of living space, this will truly be a one-of-a-kind home. We encourage everyone to visit for ideas, to purchase the decorations or simply help fund an all-inclusive playground for the community.”
Wilson founded Pineapple Park six years ago in downtown Woodstock, and her business has flourished since. Her passion for interpreting a customer or client’s vision by connecting with each of them on a personal level has laid the foundation of her success at Pineapple Park.
Tickets to visit the Clarity Farm Showcase Home and Tour cost $25 in advance online at ChildrensCharitiesGA.org and $30 at the door. Kicking off the Showcase Home and Tour is the Children’s Charities Southern Soiree, which includes an exclusive preview tour, live music, gourmet tasting and cocktails on Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. This private, intimate event costs $250 per ticket.