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Holiday House Hamptons To Support Breast Cancer Research

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authormy27east on Jun 10, 2019

Holiday House Hamptons will open a new 12,500-square-foot show house in Water Mill on Sunday, June 23, featuring more than 20 designers.

Hamptons Cottages & Gardens, a luxury design publication, partnered with Holiday House to present the fourth edition of the interior design event that donates the proceeds of ticket sales to the nonprofit Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

The founder of Holiday House, Iris Dankner, who is a designer and a 22-year breast cancer survivor, said in a statement that she was grateful to be working with a “gifted” group of people on the showhouse. Holiday House originated in New York City and now there are also annual show houses in the Hamptons and London.

Interior designers included in this year’s Holiday House Hamptons are Amy Hill Designs, Ariane Brabant x California Closets, Ashbourne Designs, Barbara Ostrom Associates, Betty Wasserman Art & Interiors, Bjorn Bjornsson Interior Design, Cara Woodhouse Interiors, Ciuffo Cabinetry, Debra Geller Interior Design, E. Lily Home, Elizabeth Dow Home, Elizabeth Pash Interiors & Antiques, Elsa Soyars Interiors with Cliff Young, Jaime Walters Interior Design x California, Closets, Mar Silver Designs, Melanie Roy Design, Michael Del Piero Good Design, Paris K Interior Design, Patrik Lönn Design, Tamara Stephenson & Susan Young x, Root Cellar Designs, The Lewis Design Group, Thermon Designs and Unlimited Earthcare.

“Together we are building awareness about and funds for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation,” Ms. Dankner said.

The Opening Night White Party will be held at 90 Wild Goose Lane in Water Mill from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 22, to give attendees a first look at the show house. Admission to the party is $350. The show house will be open to the public daily, except Tuesdays, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. until August 4. General admission is $40. For more information, visit

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