Traditional Home’s Hampton Designer Showhouse is gearing up for its annual event benefiting Southampton Hospital, July 19 – September 1, and more than 28 top interior designers and decorative artists are diligently working to transform the indoor and outdoor spaces at the Bridgehampton home.
This year, Mario Buatta is the Honorary Showhouse Chairman, and Jamie Drake and Alexa Hampton are the Honorary Design Co-Chairmen.
2014 Hampton Designer Showhouse
The designers and the spaces they are transforming are as follows:
Entry foyer: Denise Rinfret and Missy Rinfret Minicucci of the Rinfret Group
Library: Greg McKenzie
Living room: Nancy Galasso and Diane Karmen for Lillian August
Great room: Patrik Lonn
Kitchen/Breakfast room: Gary Ciuffo of Ciuffo Cabinetry
Rec room/Game room: Kerry Delrose and Ciuffo
Dining room: Sean Bruns and Judy Hadlock of Mecox Design Services
Mudroom: Melanie Roy
Hallway: Mark Humphrey and Larry Rundie of Mark Humphrey Gallery
Covered porch: Gail Tarasoff-Sutton and Karyn Tarasoff of Anne Tarasoff Interiors
Rear terrace: Allison Hennessy
Pool house: Robert Bakes
Pool house terrace: Caleb Anderson
Pool surround: India Hicks
Master bedroom: Tobi Fairley
Master bedroom vestibule: Eva B. Karsai
Master bathroom: Elsa Soyars
Bedroom two: Pheobe Howard
Bedroom three: Kate Singer
Bedroom four: Jennifer Mabley and Austin Handler of Mabley Handler Interior Design
Bedroom five: Gil Wash
Bedroom six: Katie Leede
Upstairs landing: Elle Clymer and Stephanie Woodmansee of Henry & Co Design
Second floor hallway: Lucille Khornak
Theater: Daniel Silberman of Mancaves
Lounge: Patricia Loria
Lower level gallery: Mark Borghi
Lower level hallway: Ken Wampler of The Alphaworkshops
The show house opens with a Gala Preview Cocktail Party on Saturday, July 19, from 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. Gala tickets are $225 each.
The house (408 Pauls Lane in Bridgehampton) will be open to the public Sunday, July 20, through Labor Day, Monday, September 1. Showhouse hours are Monday through Sunday, 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Admission to the Showhouse is $35 and includes the Showhouse Journal.
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