You won’t locate any Palm Seashore-centered interior designers on the roster of professionals who will be decorating rooms at the future Kips Bay Decorator Exhibit Property Palm Beach fundraiser in the Old Northwood neighborhood.
In its place, 24 designers from corporations across the state — together with two with workplaces in Palm Beach County — will be taking part in the fifth annual exhibit home. The project will open for a thirty day period of in-man or woman and virtual tours in early March at the historic residence identified just as “The Mansion” at 3001 Spruce Ave. in West Palm Beach.
The roster of style and design corporations, introduced this week, incorporates Nikki Levy Interiors of Boca Raton and Jim Dove Design of Short Hills, N.J., which has a satellite place of work in West Palm Seaside.
In addition, the announcement reported that one particular of the design corporations, The Lewis Design Group of Glen Cove, New York, is opening a studio in the Palm Seashore location sometimes this wintertime. Designer Barbara Lewis could not be reached for clarification this 7 days.
It’s regular for the clearly show household not to have at least 1 Palm Seaside firm on its participants’ list, but range is 1 of the factors that distinguishes the undertaking, said a assertion delivered by a spokesman for the fundraiser, which benefits the Kips Bay Boys & Ladies Club in New York Metropolis and equivalent clubs in Palm Beach front County.
“At Kips Bay we generally try to demonstrate the ideal and most assorted roster of designers. Whether or not (at clearly show houses) in New York, Dallas or Palm Seaside (County), we pick a roster of designers from the applicants that will current ideas, visions and viewpoints of the broadest nature,” the statement said. “Our attendees delight in looking at the perform of expertise from a lot of areas, a large amount of the time from outdoors their own backyard and discover designers they may perhaps not be familiar with.”
The checklist of collaborating corporations contains Amanda Reynal Interiors of Des Moines, Iowa Andrea Schumacher Interiors of Denver Ashley Gilbreath Inside Design of Montgomery, Alabama Bakes and Kropp High-quality Cabinetry, Peter Pennoyer Architects and Philip Gorrivan Layout, all of New York Town Bell Layout Inc. of Washington, D.C. and Beth Diana Smith Interior Design of Montclair, New Jersey.
Also on the style and design roster are Catherine M. Austin Inside Design of Charlotte, North Carolina Craig & Co. of Chicago and New York Damour Drake of Hudson, New York Goddard Layout Group of Springdale, Arkansas Janie Molster Designs of Richmond, Virginia Joy Street Design of Oakland, California and Noz Design of San Francisco.
Other people who will be contributing models are Paloma Contreras Interior Design and Pearl Design and style Interiors, the two of Houston Robert Brown Interior Design and Tish Mills Interiors, both of Atlanta Sarah Bartholomew Structure LLC of Nashville and Tiffany Brooks Interiors of Grayslake, Illinois.
“This year’s show home place is only a several blocks absent from one of our 17 Clubs in Palm Beach front County,” explained Jaene Miranda, president and CEO of Boys & Ladies Clubs of Palm Seashore County. “It is only fitting that the talented designers will change this historic home whilst our club team can help to remodel the life of club associates a brief distance away.”
The display home will run March 5 to April 3. Common admission tickets are $40, and virtual-tour tickets are $20. A by-specific-ticket-only “preview day” will be held March 4. For tickets and extra info about the fundraiser, visit KipsBayDecoratorShowHouse.org/palmbeach.
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