Designer: Botanist Collection
The Unlock the Cure Series is focused on discovering the right key to cure cancer in an optimistic and hopeful way.
Designer: Kahi Lee
Benefits: Cancer Research Institute
Size: 50L x 25D x 16H in
Weight: 115 LBS
Color: Sparkle Silver / Shimmer (see color chart for more color options)
Materials: Powder Coated Aluminum
Use: Indoor / Outdoor
Includes: Anti-Theft Security Feet + Authentic Signature Medallion
Made in USA
Note: "Colors shown on images are simulations. For exact color specifications please click on our Color Chart and request a sample as noted"
- This is a "made to order" item. MTO
-Leadtimes are 10-12 Weeks.
- This item is non-cancelable / non-returnable
- This is a final sale item.
Please ensure you have the correct color code chosen when placing your order
- Orders to ship w/in the continental USA for an additional $175 fee
- No shipping international or to Hawaii or Puerto Rico
What was your inspiration?
I call my design "Unlock the Cure". Cancer has affected far too many people in my life and I'm committed to doing something about it. The cure is out there, we just need to find the key. The light-reflective and luminous quality of the metallic finish symbolizes hope and optimism.
Why is it important for you to give back?
I want to give back to the Cancer Research Institute because they are leaders in supporting the development of strategies to treat and prevent cancer. Giving back is important to me because I think we all have a duty to try to leave this world a little bit better than the way we found it.
Kahi Lee has been called a Renaissance Chick and an Interior Design Goddess. She currently hosts Design On A Dime - one of HGTV's most popular programs. Lee has appeared on numerous television series and has also made guest appearances on The Early Show on CBS, The Tyra Banks Show and Life and Style among others. She easily adapts to the tastes and attitudes of her wide-ranging audience and credits her demographic-defying designs, versatility and genuine passion for all things stylish for her television success. In just a few short years, Lee is fast becoming one of the most recognizable faces in lifestyle television programming. Her talents and style sensibility have also been featured in USA Today, In Style, In Style Home, Seventeen, Extra TV and E!
Kahi Lee Lifestyle, a design firm specializing in high end residential and commercial interior design launched in 2005. Working in both the United States and Asia, Lee's clients include actors, rock stars and multi-million dollar luxury high-rise residential developments. Lee's design style is reflective of her California lifestyle and upbringing. She draws on Los Angeles' vast and varied cultural wealth for design inspiration. Lee attended UCLA earning degrees in Art History and English Literature. Upon completing her undergraduate studies, she continued her studies at UCLA taking courses in Interior Design and Print Journalism. Her career began at Christie's where she landed a position in the Contemporary Art department.
Lee has written and reported for The Book LA, SOMA, Star Magazine and Stars Entertainment Media among others. Lee has interviewed celebrities, reviewed fashion trends and covered events like the Golden Globes and the Academy Awards. She continues to be on the frontlines of fashion and entertainment ensuring that herreaders and viewers are up to speed on the most current lifestyle trends.
Kahi Lee was born in Washington DC and raised in Palos Verdes, California. She currently resides in Venice Beach, California with her husband, music executive Jason Bentley. In her spare time, Lee can be found cultivating her shoe collection, dancing the night away or in pursuit of the perfect mac n' cheese.
Botanist believes that design can make a difference.
Sales from the "Unlock the Cure" series benefit the Cancer Research Institute.
The Cancer Research Institute is dedicated exclusively to the support and coordination of laboratory and clinical efforts that will lead to the immunological treatment, control, and prevention cancer.