Petit Miracle Interiors Employs Vulnerable Adults for Recycled Furniture

By: Social Business Editor - Published: • References: petitmiracles.org.uk & facebook
Based in Shepherds Bush, London, United Kingdom, Petit Miracle Interiors (PMI) is a social enterprise that repurposes unused furniture to create lovely designs, with vulnerable adults as their employees. "We are providers of accredited interior design training, DIY workshops and upcycling courses to people who have experienced homelessness, the long term unemployed and vulnerable women," they write on their website.

PMI really attests to the idea -- and this is what their mission is based around -- that a space can influence your outlook, and essentially your life. Furniture and setting up homes is more than mere symbolism: it's the base of putting one foot forward.

Petit Miracle Interiors was founded in 2008 as a registered charity.

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