The 4th annual Holiday House Hamptons has just celebrated its grand opening in Water Mill, New York. The show house’s modern barn-style estate was transformed by several top designers in the industry, all in an effort to support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation’s work.
This year’s show features the talented design chairs Kristen Farrel, Thom Filicia, Carson Kressley, and Amy Lau.
The designers participating in the 2019 show include Amy Hill Designs, Ariana Brabant x California Closets, Ashbourne Designs, Barbara Ostrom Associates, Betty Wassterman Art & Interiors, Bjorn Bjornsson Interior Design x Hastens, Cara Woodhouse Interiors, Ciuffo Cabinetry, Debra Geller Interior Design, E. Lily Home, Elizabeth Dow Home, Elizabeth Pash Interiors & Antiques, Elsa Soyars Interiors x Clicff Young Ltd., ID Creations, Jamie Walters x California Closets, Mar Silver Design, Melanie Roy Design, Michael Del Piero Good Design, Paris K Interior Design, Patrik Lonn Design, Tamara Stephenson x Root Cellar Designs, The Lewis Design Group, Thermon Designs, and Unlimited Earth Care.
Breast cancer survivor, Holiday House founder, and creative director Iris Dankner shared that this year’s event has already been a thrilling extension of all of her years of fundraising work.
“When I first started Holiday House, I never could have imagined we would come this far,” Dankner said in a statement. “With show houses in NYC, the Hamptons, and London, working with hundreds of the industry’s top designers, showcasing thousands of luxury interior design brands, and raising critical funds for the prevention and cure of breast cancer, this event has truly surpassed my wildest dreams.”
To hear more about the story behind the Holiday House Hamptons, make sure to catch a recap of our exclusive interview with Iris Dankner in the video player below.
The show house will be open now through August 4, 2019. Visitors can stop by at 90 Wild Goose Lane in Water Mill, NY daily from 11 AM to 5 PM (8 PM on Thursdays) excluding Tuesdays. Tickets are available for $40, with the entry price benefiting the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Stay tuned for exclusive designer interviews, luxurious home photos, and more Holiday House coverage, coming soon to House Tipster Industry.
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Hello Barbara, it is great to see a critique from an esteemed BOH colleague on our website. Would you care to elaborate what you don’t like about the coverage? We would love to see your take on the show. Stay tuned for more of our press day interviews with design experts, coming soon!