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Boehlert porch in Southampton<br data-lazy-src=

Boehlert porch in Southampton
Photo by Dawn Watson

Jessica James's sustainable home in Montauk.

Jessica James's sustainable home in Montauk.

Part of the mural in Westhampton Beach Elementary School that Westhampton Beach High School juniors Cayla Kuey and Natalie Gosnell painted outside the Resource Room. KATE RIGA. KATE RIGA

Part of the mural in Westhampton Beach Elementary School that Westhampton Beach High School juniors Cayla Kuey and Natalie Gosnell painted outside the Resource Room. KATE RIGA. KATE RIGA

Lys Marigold, Dianne B. and Adele and David Sadiq

Lys Marigold, Dianne B. and Adele and David Sadiq

One view at the 13th annual Hampton Designer Showhouse. DAWN WATSON

One view at the 13th annual Hampton Designer Showhouse. DAWN WATSON

Outdoor living room.   DAWN WATSON

Outdoor living room. DAWN WATSON

Huguette Hersch won the Lynn Sillcox Trophy for best hybrid tea rose.   DAWN WATSON

Huguette Hersch won the Lynn Sillcox Trophy for best hybrid tea rose. DAWN WATSON

From left, Westhampton Beach Elementary School Odyssey of the Mind Team members Cole Dawson and James Monserrate work on props. KATE RIGA

From left, Westhampton Beach Elementary School Odyssey of the Mind Team members Cole Dawson and James Monserrate work on props. KATE RIGA

Mario and Juno at the Porch House<br data-lazy-src=

Mario and Juno at the Porch House
Photo by Dawn Watson

author on Aug 4, 2013

The 2013 Hampton Designer Showhouse, located at 990 Brick Kiln Road in Bridgehampton, will remain on view through Monday, September 2. Now in its 13th year, this year’s showhouse features the work of 30 interior designers and decorative artists.

Showhouse hours are Monday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Children under 6, infants, strollers and pets are not allowed in the showhouse. Admission is $35 and includes the Showhouse Journal. Proceeds benefit Southampton Hospital.

For more information and to purchase tickets, call (212) 980-1711, e-mail info@mitchellmanning.com or visit hamptondesignershowhouse.com.

Photos by Dawn Watson

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