Inspired by the eccentric and lovely aesthetic of Satis House, the aging mansion in Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations, online furnishings boutique Pip and Estella is chock full of charming, hand-selected modern and vintage finds for your home. This spring, shop the boutique’s charity section and the rewards of your decorating spree will be two-fold.
Add a dash of panache to your dining room with a pair of lucite salt and pepper shakers, a flurry of florals to your bedside table with a ceramic vase adorned with blossoms, or an aura of mystery to your bookshelf with a pre-loved copy of The Hesitant Hostess. The finds change daily but a guaranteed treasure trove awaits you, each time you visit.
Pip and Estella have opened their entire store to milkshake readers. That means that for the next 3 days no matter which item ultimately tickles your fancy, 100% of profits from your purchase will help charity project Good Sheperd Center for Homeless Women & Children raise its roof.
Based in Los Angeles, the Good Shepard Center will function as a temporary housing facility helping women of all ages to get back on their feet. With caring and dignity as two core values, the center will feature rooms meticulously renovated by a group of 23 interior designers, all donating their talent and time to the effort.
Show your support by taking one of Pip & Estella’s special finds home today. Then go read Great Expectations if you haven't already!
For the past 25 years, Good Shepherd Center for Homeless Women and Children has reached out to these women and children—the hidden homeless, lifting them out of the despair and fear of life on the streets into the security and hope of stable housing and productive lives. In Los Angeles County, more than 230,000 people experience homelessness each year and more than 91,000 are homeless on any given night. Nearly half are women and children. Of the total homeless population, only 9,875 are in shelters.