Twenty-two top interior designers and architects will be participating in the first-ever Holiday House Hamptons this summer with HC&G (Hamptons Cottages and Gardens) taking place June 23 through July 21 in Bridgehampton, NY.
The participating designers include: Ally Coulter Designs, Deb Landis Design, Décor by Guillaume Gentet, Design House, Donna Livingston Design, Duneier Design, Elizabeth Bolognino Interiors, Fawn Galli Interior Design, Huniford Design Studio, Inson Dubois Wood, James Michael Howard, Libby Interiors, Lynne Scalo Design, Mabley Handler Interior Design, Marshall Watson Interiors, Richard Mishaan Design, Steven Dubner Landscaping, Susan Glick Interiors, The Design Studio, Thom Filicia, Timothy Brown Studio and Tracy Andreson Method.
Aerin Lauder and Thom Filicia
Ingrao and Kemper
Leonard Lauder is Honorary Chair for the event and Aerin Lauder, Thom Filicia, Tony Ingrao and Randy Kemper will serve as design chairs.
The designers will create original holiday-themed indoor and outdoor living spaces, transforming a newly-constructed 7,900-square foot luxury residence, designed by Villadom Corporation, into a showcase of inspiring interior design.
The show house will open with a gala on the evening of Saturday, June 22. It will then be open to the public daily, Thursdays 11:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. and Fridays – Mondays 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. For ticket information visit the website.
In addition, the Warp & Weft showroom in the D&D Building in New York City will host an HC&G Holiday House kick-off party on Wednesday, May 15. Iris Dankner, founder of Holiday House, and HC&G Editor-in-Chief Kendell Cronstrom invite guests for cocktails and mingling. RSVP for this event.
All proceeds from the show house and events will benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
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