The Doors are Open for The Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse 2019

 

 

 

Circa 1932, by Percy Loomis Sperr © Milstein Division, The New York Public Library. Image via Brooklyn Designer Showhouse on Facebook

The doors are now open at the historic 13 Pineapple Street for the annual Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse.

The Showhouse will take place in an architectural gem of Brooklyn Heights ~ a large, 1820’s wood-frame house on a delightful tree-lined street near the Promenade located at 13 Pineapple Street.  The Showhouse will be open to the public from Friday, September 27 through Sunday, November 3, 2019.   The hours are Wednesday through Sunday from 11am to 7pm, and Thursday from 11am to 8pm. The Showhouse is closed on Monday and Tuesday.  Admission is $40 to the general public and $35 to BHA members.  Go to www.brooklyndesignershowhouse.com/visit/ to purchase advance tickets or arrange for docent-led group tours.

Participating designers are:

Ascher Davis Architects with Mahwish Syed Designs
Barsanti Desmone
Brooklyn Heights Gardens
Bromley Landscape Design
Harry Heissmann Inc.
Hendley & Co
Isabelo Satori │Station Haus
Jesse Parris-Lamb
Judi Schwarz Interiors
Justin Scott Interiors
Kim Tomasino Interiors
Mikel Welch Design LLC for Room & Board
Murphy Waldron Interiors
Rodney Lawrence, Inc.
The Rinfret Group

13 Pineapple Street. Image via Brooklyn Designer Showhouse Facebook

Ellen Hamilton and Erika Belsey Worth are the 2019 Showhouse Co-Chairs.  Ellie Cullman is the Honorary Design Chair.  NYC&G (NEW YORK COTTAGES & GARDENS) is the Design Media Sponsor.  Engel & Volkers Brownstone Brooklyn is the Diamond Sponsor.  Brownstoner is the Platinum Sponsor. Beauvais Carpets, Ferguson, Forbes & Lomax, The Hudson Co., Jenner & Block LLP, Kohler Co., Ressource House of Paints, and Walker Zanger are the Gold Sponsors.  Agalliu Contracting for Sweeten, AJ Madison, Dacor, HearthCabinet Ventless Fireplaces, Irwin Feld Studio, and Thompson Traders are the Silver Sponsors. (Links to all sponsors here)

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