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A tour through the first Brooklyn Designer Showhouse
Oct 9, 2017
Taylor Barker

The BROOKLYN HEIGHTS DESIGNER SHOWHOUSE—the borough’s first showhouse—has officially made its debut after 16 designers, landscape designers and decorative artists transformed a historic brownstone townhouse. Presented by the BROOKLYN HEIGHTS ASSOCIATION, the showhouse is open to the public through November 5, with proceeds benefiting BHA. Thom Filicia was selected as the Honorary Design Chair and Ellen Hamilton and Erika Belsey Worth are serving as the 2017 Showhouse Co-Chairs.

Take a tour through the house:

A tour through the first Brooklyn Designer Showhouse
Deborah Berke & Partners Architects, parlor-floor dining room; courtesy Chris Cooper

A tour through the first Brooklyn Designer Showhouse
Frampton Co., second-floor guest bedroom; courtesy Joshua McHugh Photography

A tour through the first Brooklyn Designer Showhouse
Henry & Co. Design, second-floor dressing area; courtesy Marco Ricca

A tour through the first Brooklyn Designer Showhouse
Glenn Gissler Design, parlor-floor living room; courtesy Gross and Daley

A tour through the first Brooklyn Designer Showhouse
Harry Heissmann Inc., second-floor bathroom; courtesy Peter Rymi-

A tour through the first Brooklyn Designer Showhouse
Kathleen Walsh Interiors, third-floor bedroom; courtesy Rikki Snyder

A tour through the first Brooklyn Designer Showhouse
Ciuffo Cabinetry, parlor-floor kitchen; courtesy Anastasios Mentis

A tour through the first Brooklyn Designer Showhouse
Fearins | Welch Interior Design, fourth-floor bedroom

A tour through the first Brooklyn Designer Showhouse
Seaport Flowers & Home, third-floor rear bedroom; courtesy Rikki Snyder

A tour through the first Brooklyn Designer Showhouse
Bella Mancini Design, children's bedroom; courtesy Ball & Albanese
A tour through the first Brooklyn Designer Showhouse
Jennifer Eisenstadt Design & Consulting, fourth-floor den; courtesy Marco Ricca

A tour through the first Brooklyn Designer Showhouse
Doreen Chambers Interiors, fourth-floor laundry room

Tickets for the Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse are $40 and are available ONLINE. It’s open Tuesday through Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., at 32 Livingston Street.

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