LuxDeco x Centrepoint In Effort To Fight Youth Homelessness

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LuxDeco, the global luxury interiors platform, has launched LuxDeco x Centrepoint: a design industry-led effort to fight youth homelessness in collaboration with some of the leading names in the interior design industry.

Centrepoint— which is supported by its patron Prince William, HRH The Duke of Cambridge—estimates that around 110,000 young people are homeless or at risk of homelessness and that the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic could make this year the worst homelessness crisis in its 50-year history.

The campaign features two exciting ways to give back, available exclusively at LuxDeco—the LuxDeco x Centrepoint Christmas gift card and an array of spectacular designer edits. Every gift card and item purchased from a designer’s edit generates a 10% donation to Centrepoint by LuxDeco.

The campaign is supported by some of the world’s leading interior designers including Martyn Lawrence Bullard, Laura Hammett, Charu Gandhi, Louise Bradley, Francis Sultana, Karen Howes, Olivia Outred, Fran Hickman, Jeff Andrews, Janine Stone and more who have provided exclusive edits. The edits are packed full of designer-approved pieces—from perfect Christmas gifts to new season furniture staples. The LuxDeco x Centrepoint Christmas gift card is available in both plastic free and e-card formats at values of £50, £100, £250, £500 and £1000.

Jonathan Holmes, Founder & CEO of LuxDeco said: “We’re delighted to have partnered with Centrepoint to support such an important cause at such a critical time. We fundamentally believe that everyone deserves a place to call home and are delighted to have provided a simple way for our customers to give whilst giving back this Christmas at no cost to them.”