NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – The Ronald McDonald House unveiled its renovated living room inside its home away from home for children receiving care at Nashville-area hospitals on Friday.
La-Z-Boy and childhood cancer survivor and blogger Jamin Mills partnered to complete the $20,000 redesign.
The new living room features La-Z-Boy furniture, custom artwork and new design features.
The house’s executive director said the makeover adds a welcoming environment for families staying with them in their time of need.
The new living room joins the redesigned playroom, which was renovated in September 2015.
News 2 anchors Neil Orne and Dawn Davenport helped raise money for the project while running the Country Music Marathon in April.
The Ronald McDonald House is located at 2144 Fairfax Ave.
It has served more than 14,000 families across the county and around the world since opening in 1991.