7.04.2012

2012 Hampton Designer Showhouse



The twelfth year of 2012 Hampton Designer Showhouse sponsored by Traditional Home, will take place this summer at 80 Flying Point Road in Water Mill, NY.  The  six bedroom,  the two acre $5.25M gambrel-style (spec) home is for sale --- just click here.  

Each day I will feature a different designer from the Showhouse and will have a short bio of each and a sample of their work -- so check back.


The proceeds from this event will benefit Southampton Hospital, so be sure to stop in and visit (details below).

This year, the Honorary Showhouse Chairman is Mario Buatta.  Jamie Drake and Alexa Hampton are the Honorary Design Co-Chairpersons.  


Traditional Home Editor Ann Maine, Honorary Showhouse Chairman Mario Buatta



Mario Buatta




Mario Buatta





Mario Buatta


Jamie Drake


Jamie Drake

Alexa Hampton
Alexa Hampton





 The photos below are the floor plans and some pictures of the house before the designers set to work to transform this shingle style home.














When: The house opens to the public on Sunday, July 22 and is available for viewing through Labor Day, September 3. It is open every day  between 11am and 5pm. The preview party is July 21 from 6pm - 8:30pm.
How Much: General admission is $30. Children under six, infants, strollers and pets are not allowed. Tickets for the "gala preview party" are $225 a pop.
Participants include: Audio Command Systems Inc., Bakes and Company, Cast Classics, Dyfari Interiors, LLC, Greg Mckenzie Design, House of Honey, Jeff Lincoln Interiors, Inc., Jennifer McConnell, Kate Singer Home, Katie Leede and Company, Lee Najman Designs, The Lee W. Robinson Company, Libby Interiors Inc., Lillian August, Lucille Khornak Photography, Mabley Handler Interior Design, Mark Humphrey Gallery, Mercedes Courland Design, Inc, Old Town Crossing, Patrik Lönn Design Inc., Robert Passal Interior & Architectural Design, Stephen Mooney Interiors, Tammy Connor Interior Design, Tara Seawright, Inc./interior design, Timothy Brown Studio.

Cheers!

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