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Designers Present Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse 2019

The Brooklyn Heights Association’s Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse 2019 recently celebrated its grand opening at the beautiful wood-frame house at 13 Pineapple Street.

Proceeds from the Showhouse are set to benefit the Association’s work in preserving Brooklyn Heights’ spectacular and historical local architecture. So it’s only fitting that this year’s participating designers were inspired by the large, 1820s space when creating their exquisite display rooms.

Master Suite by Barsanti Desmone’s Dan Barsanti and Chris Desmone.

The designers presenting their work in this year’s show house include 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.; and The Rinfret Group.

Ascher Davis Architects with Mahwish Syed Designs for the Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse. Courtesy Photo by Yvonne Albinowsky for AF Films

This season’s co-chairs also include Ellen Hamilton and Erika Belsey Worth, who curated the home’s lively mix of talent.

Living room by Justin Scott Interiors for the Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse. Courtesy Photo by Christopher Delaney

The home now features cozy bedrooms, vibrant powder rooms and bathrooms, relaxing den and library spaces, large living rooms, a state-of-the-art kitchen, relaxed sitting rooms, and more. Of course, the quaint tree-lined street is emphasized by even more gardens, greens and outdoor living gems.

Recreation room by Mikel Welch for the Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse. Courtesy Photo by John Bessler Photography

Click here to view a full lookbook of photos from the Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse 2019.

The Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse 2019 will be open through November 3, 2019. Tickets are $40 for the general public, and $35 to BHA members. Stay tuned for more of House Tipster Industry’s coverage of the show, coming soon to our website.

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