Holiday House Hamptons Returns July 8 - 27 East


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Holiday House Hamptons Returns July 8

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The 2023 Holiday House Hamptons.  COURTESY HOLIDAY HOUSE HAMPTONS

The 2023 Holiday House Hamptons. COURTESY HOLIDAY HOUSE HAMPTONS

authorStaff Writer on Jun 28, 2023

Holiday House Hamptons, a designer showhouse benefiting the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and the Ellen Hermanson Foundation, returns this summer for the first time since 2019.

More than 15 designers will show off their talents and lifestyle concepts in a new Bridgehampton residence by BJC Custom Home Builders. Designers Thom Filicia of “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy,“ Campion Platt and Andrea Stark co-chair Holiday House Hamptons, which will kick off with an opening night gala on Saturday, July 8, and continue through August 27, open Fridays through Sundays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Interior designer and breast cancer survivor Iris Dankner founded the original Holiday House in 2008 in Manhattan and the benefit has since grown to include Hamptons and London editions. Holiday House has gone on to raise nearly $2 million for breast cancer research.

Katie Brandt Interiors, Amy Storm & Company, Ashley Stark Home, Barbara Ostrom Associates, Bjorn Bjornsson Interior Design, Blake and Emily Interiors, CLW Interiors, Collette Home, Elizabeth Dow Home, Elsa Soyars Interiors, Fish Row Designs, Gil Melott Studio, Kim Radovich Interiors, KRID Studio, Lola Tucker Interior Design, Melanie Roy Design, Mina Lisanin, New Age Interiors, Riki Wagh Design x Neil Kerman Artist, Siriano Interiors and Tamara Hubinsky Interiors will be among the 2023 Holiday House Hamptons designers.

Tickets for the opening night preview are $300, and Young Designers Night (date TBD), Art Night (August 11), Motivational Monday (July 24), Vicente Wolf book signing (July 22) and general admission are $40. Tickets can be purchased here: Visit for tickets and more information.

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