An interview with Stacey Shepperd

Interview: Petit Miracle Interiors 
Happy Monday everyone! I hope you have all had a great weekend! For today’s post I thought I would feature a really inspirational story. At the moment we are inundated with doom and gloom and sometimes that can get us down a bit. But there are also some absolutely fabulous things going on out there, it’s just that we don’t often hear about them.”

A feature in House of Locations

“Changing spaces – Changing lives 
Petit Miracle Interiors is a registered charity organisation based in London. They provide accredited Interior Design training to people who have experienced homelessness, the long term unemployed and vulnerable women. Their goal is to support people to use the skill of Interior Design as a means to turn their lives around.”

Interview with Richard Hall

Years spent in advertising somewhat blunt one’s ability to be humble. No. Uriah Heep would never have made it in Covent Garden – perhaps in Social Media? No, not even there.”

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Business in the Community | Case study: Petit Miracle Interiors

Petit Miracle Interiors
Petit Miracle Interiors is a charitable social business that teaches furniture restoration, interior design and basic DIY, to people who’ve experienced homelessness, the long-term unemployed and vulnerable women. We produce beautiful bespoke furniture, at an affordable price, sourced from furniture destined for the landfill.

3Space shortlists Petit Miracle’s for the Highstreet Hijack Competition

We received a staggering number of applications for our first ever competition, High Street Hijack, and we can finally announce that the shortlisted entries are…”

Press release from PRLOG

“UKTV Home’s New Reclaimer, Daniel Hill Rough Sleeping Christmas Eve 
On Tuesday 24 December, Elisicia Moore of Petit Miracle Interiors and Daniel Hill, TV presenter for The New Reclaimers are sleeping rough in London to bring awareness to rough sleeping.”

From the business section in Fulham Chronicle

“Furnishing people in need with skills and a few home comforts 
>> With many people forced to tighten their belts and save money, furniture shopping is likely to blow the budget of any family. But ‘upcycling’, or reusing furniture, is becoming ever more popular, as Hope Armstrong discovered”

Chris Underwood From Shepherds Bush Blog

“Furniture – The New Currency? 
This Thursday Petit Miracle Interiors, a unique retail and workshop space, will be giving Bushers a chance to take part in workshops on upcycling, as opposed to recycling, and their curated and upcycled furniture in the former McDonalds in the West12 Shopping Centre.”

Goreckidawn reporting from launch party

“Petit Miracles which are not as small as you might think… 
Petit Miracles launch party – I had the pleasure of attending the Petit Miracles launch party, it was a night to remember. Here are my five reasons why: …”

3Space on Petit Miracle Interiors

“What’s the story? 
Petit Miracle Interiors, a registered charity, first became involved with 3Space when they were shortlisted for our High Street Hijack competition back in December 2011. After months of careful planning, Petit Miracles’ ‘Design Bank’ project took place in our Shepherds Bush empty shop in April 2012.”