New digs for the Planting Peace's Equality House.
Make it....$30,000 worth of new stuff.
The couches, chairs, carpet, and cushions are all courtesy of Twigs Interiors in Overland Park.
The company brought in all the new furniture Wednesday.
The design firm also painted the interior of the house.
Twigs' employees first learned about the equality house from "The Pitch" paper in Kansas City.
The designer says it's a chance to give back and also support the group's message.
Planting Peace is an international relief organization that operates orphanages, provides de-worming medications, preserves the rain forests, and operates an anti-bullying program here in Topeka.
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