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It’s Almost Time for Public Voting on The Habitat for Humanity Design Duel

Last month we gave you the scoop on this year’s Habitat for Humanity Design Duel (of which our own Peggy Levinson is a judge), and it’s almost time for the public vote on the finalists’ spaces.

A refresher: the Design Duel matches designers from two Dallas firms — this year they are Breck Woolsey of Breckinridge Taylor and Carolina V. Gentry of Pulp Design Studios (that’s a Pulp Design Studios room to the right) – with two homeowners in need of a makeover.

This is the final week that Breck and Carolina are redesigning their assigned homes, and next Tuesday, November 6 Habitat for Humanity will reveal the before/after photos of both designs and open public voting.

Be sure to mark your calendar and head over to designduel.org to get in on the action. Public voting goes from November 6-12.

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