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Hampton Designer Showhouse 2017 Preview Party Is Slated For July 22

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A rendering of 78 Rosko Lane, one of the newly built residences where the Hampton Designer Showhouse is taking place. COURTESY TODD NAGY

A rendering of 78 Rosko Lane, one of the newly built residences where the Hampton Designer Showhouse is taking place. COURTESY TODD NAGY

author on Jul 17, 2017

The Hampton Designer Showhouse, a showcase of the latest trends and what established and emerging interiors designers and decorative artists have to offer, will hold its gala preview cocktail party this Saturday, July 22, to benefit Southampton Hospital.

This year’s showhouse is at two addresses, 78 and 82 Rosko Lane in Southampton Village, at The Fields by Paramount Custom Homes.

The designers for this 17th edition of the annual showhouse are A-List Interiors, Anne Tarasoff Interiors, Apartment 48, Art Works & Designs, Inc., Ashbourne, Baltimore Design Group, Brady Design, Ciuffo Cabinetry, Davin Interiors, East End Home Co., Eddie Ross for The Mine, English Country Home, Eva Art & Design, Inc., Grayson De Vere Design, Greg McKenzie Designs, Gregory Shano Interiors for East Hampton Gardens, Jean Liu Design, LLC, Ken Gemes Interiors, Kim E. Courtney Interiors, Libby Langdon Interiors, Lillian August Furnishings + Designs, Lisa Mende Design, M. Frederick Design, Mancaves, Mabley Handler Interior Design, Melanie Roy Design, Michael Del Piero Good Design, Old Town Crossing Interior Design, Rajni Alex Design, Sea Green Designs, Vintage Interior Design, Inc., and Wolf Interior Designs.

The 2017 honorary showhouse chairman is Mario Buatta and the honorary design co-chairmen are Jamie Drake and Alexa Hampton.

The party begins at 6 p.m. Saturday and admission is $225.

The showhouse will then continue through September 4, open daily from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is $40 and includes a journal. Children 6 and younger, strollers and pets are not permitted. The ticket office is at 82 Rosko Lane, Southampton.

For more information, visit hamptondesignershowhouse.com

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