What a treat to be able to visit designer show houses once again! Below is a list of upcoming shows where you can find design inspiration while helping to support worthy causes. We’ll be updating the list regularly so that you can find one close to you. Know of a show home that should be included? Email us the info at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adler on the Park Showcase House
May 1-May 30
2700 North Lakeview, Chicago
Two of the luxury residences inside this century-old property designed by David Adler and Henry Dangler have been given makeovers by Tom Kehoe, Joy Williams, Laura Zender, and other top talents. Both apartments, by the way, are for sale. Proceeds benefit Big Shoulders Fund, which helps local children in need, and Thresholds, which offers services and other resources for those suffering from mental illness or substance abuse disorders.
Symphony Show House
May 14-May 29
1124 Fairview Farm Rd., Edmond, OK
Nora Johnson of Johnson Manor, Nathan Hughes and Susan Nixon of Mathis Design Studio, and Travis Neely and Phara Queen of Neely + Queen Design are a few of the designers transforming this home to benefit the Oklahoma City Philharmonic.
Junior League of Hartford Show House
June 3-June 26
51 Brookside Blvd., West Hartford, CT
Anthony Baratta is the honorary design chair of this year’s house, the signature fundraiser for the Junior League of Hartford. Nearly two dozen spaces within the 3,999-square-foot Tudor, built in 1938, will have been transformed.
52nd Symphony Designers’ Showhouse
June 10-July 23
1025 W. 53rd Terrace, Kansas City, MO
Designed in 1932, this year’s designer showcase is a 5,565-square-foot Normandy farmhouse-style home with a glass conservatory, five fireplaces, and carved wood moldings dating back to the 18th century. Proceeds go to the Kansas City Symphony.
September 23-October 16
10503 Serenbe Lake, Chattahoochee Hills, GA
Mister + Mrs Sharp lead more than a dozen other Atlanta-area designers in decorating this 4,375-square-foot home, which includes four bedrooms and an apartment suite. Proceeds benefit Art Farm at Serenbe, which hosts artist residencies and more than 50 public programs a year.