GREEN BAY - Interior designers are wrapping up their work, transforming a historic Green Bay home for charity.
The media got a sneak peak of the Designers for Hope project Monday.
Seven decorators have been working on the South Monroe home for weeks.
The house, known as the Lannon Stone Mansion, now features the latest interior designs.
The public can take a tour of the remodeled home and buy some of the designs inside.
Proceeds benefit the House of Hope, a shelter for homeless mothers and their children.
"We really, really need community support in order to do what we do. Without funding and donations, we really just wouldn't be able to help people like we do," said Shannon Wienandt, House of Hope director.
The home will be open to the public this weekend and next weekend.
Advance tickets are $15 and $20 at the door.
Tickets can be bought at all Ticket Star locations and at the Resch Center.
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