Fighting cancer is never easy, and a patient’s surroundings can impact the healing process. With this in mind, patients undergoing treatment at the Cancer Center of Santa Barbara can receive free room makeovers courtesy of The Redesign Project, a Santa Barbara based interior redesign firm.
“My mother battled breast cancer for over 20 years, so I know first-hand how important it is to have a beautiful and peaceful home environment as a patient fights cancer and deals with the side effects of treatment,” said Phyllis Brooks, owner of The Redesign Project. “By donating my professional redesign services to patients at the Cancer Center, it is my hope that we can bring some calm and relaxation to the lives of people in our community who are battling cancer.”
Interior Redesign allows someone to enjoy what they already have in an entirely new way. The Redesign Project integrates existing furnishings and accessories to beautifully transform a room with classic style and comfort. The design principles of balance, color and theme are central to the creation of a space that is uncluttered and serene. A room that is professionally redesigned is clutter free, stress free and comforting.
A redesign usually takes between 3-5 hours. Brooks helps the patient choose which room of their house will be redesigned.
Patients undergoing treatment at the Cancer Center of Santa Barbara who are interested in these services should contact Rosario, Administrative Assistant for CCSB Support Services, at 805-563-5852.
The Cancer Center of Santa Barbara is an independent, not-for-profit corporation, providing state-of-the-art cancer treatment. Since 1949, through the charitable giving of families and foundations, the Cancer Center has stayed in the vanguard of comprehensive, non-surgical, outpatient cancer care. By retaining highly trained and devoted medical personnel, acquiring the latest technology and protocols, and integrating patient support and wellness programs, the Cancer Center treats those on the journey to live with, through, and beyond cancer.