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Jennifer Fuller Designs Habitat For Humanity Philadelphia Home

Jennifer Fuller + Michael Ostatkiewicz (behind the scenes)

Jennifer Fuller + Michael Ostatkiewicz (behind the scenes) (Photo Credit: Chloe Sherman-Pepe)

One lucky family recently had the deserving opportunity to create their dream home. For the first time ever, an interior designer teamed up with Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia to give a family not only a home, but the home they have always dreamed of. Interior Designer Jennifer Fuller donated 100 percent of her time and products to the Coleman family’s new home. Eric and Audreyelaine Coleman, along with their four children, met with Fuller individually to discuss their personal style and interests. Fuller wanted to make sure that each member of the family had a room they could call their own,and a design to match it. Fuller also had her own two daughters help out with designing the children’s room, hoping to give them an enriching experience.

Eric Coleman, Jennifer Fuller, Audreyelaine Coleman

Eric Coleman, Jennifer Fuller, Audreyelaine Coleman (Photo Credit: Chloe Sherman-Pepe)

“To give an amazing family a beautiful environment that they can call home warms my heart beyond words,” said Fuller. “I only hope other designers see how much the Coleman family has touched the Fuller Interiors LLC design team, my daughters and myself, we will never forget this truly life changing experience.”

Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia chooses a family based on need, willingness to participate in the program and ability to repay a mortgage. Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia, an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, has built 169 homes since their founding in 1985.


Jennifer Fuller is the owner of Fuller Interiors, LLC, a full service interior design firm and Willow, an upscale accessories and home décor boutique in Haverford Square.

Below are some photos of the house after Fuller and her team finished.

Living area (after)

Living area (after) (Photo Credit: Chloe Sherman-Pepe)

Dining room (after)

Dining room (after) (Photo Credit: Chloe Sherman-Pepe)

Malaysia & Autumn Coleman's bedroom (after)

Malaysia & Autumn Coleman’s bedroom (after) (Photo Credit: Chloe Sherman-Pepe)

Audreyelaine Coleman and Christopher Coleman seeing the home for the first time.

Audreyelaine Coleman and Christopher Coleman seeing the home for the first time. (Photo Credit: Chloe Sherman-Pepe)

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