For her entire career Jan Turcotte has been involved in volunteering and giving back to her community.....
For more than 18 years, Jan Turcotte, founder of Turcotte Interiors, has created harmony and comfort for residential and business environments, combining aesthetics and function. She applies her design expertise to tastefully integrate materials and colors to create eye-catching exterior and interior color schemes and designs; helping clients transform their environments to tell a story about them and how they want their world to look and feel.
Jan Turcotte and Turcotte Interiors has been an active participant for two years providing custom designed chairs for auction to help eradicate homelessness in Orange County.
Art of Design - 2016
This is an event created by Illumination Foundation to
help end homelessness in Orange County. Eleven interior designers created custom-designed chairs that were auctioned off during an evening event in October 2016.
The event raised over $140,000 to help families in need.
Art of Design - October 2017
Turcotte interiors was proud to participate for a second year in support of the Illumination Foundation. It was a pleasure to help the organization in support of needy families and individuals in Orange County. The event once again enlisted the help of 11 interior designers in creating custom chairs that were auctioned off at the second annual event in October 2017.
Chairs for Charity
Chairs for Charity 2016
For a second year, Turcotte Interiors participated in designing a unique chair design to be auctioned in support of Ronald Mc Donald House. The two year effort from ASID and the 12 designers helped to raise funds to renovate the kitchen, dining room, meditation room and many of the sleep quarters of the Ronald Mc Donald House.
Chairs for Charity 2015
Turcotte Interiors proudly contributed time and materials to create a chair in support of the Chair for Charity event to benefit Ronald McDonald House in Orange. For this event, 12 ASID Designers each designed a one-of-a-kind, themed chair for a live auction. The proceeds were used to help fund an update to the Ronald McDonald house in Orange. The house helped 2,688 guests and 874 families in 2015.