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The 2019 Hampton Designer Showhouse Opens With A Party Preview On July 20

author on Jul 1, 2019

The 2019 Hampton Designer Showhouse is returning with a gala preview cocktail party at Southampton on Saturday, July 20.

Featuring more than 20 interior designers, the showhouse produced by the Hampton Designer Showhouse Foundation will donate the proceeds of the 19th annual show house to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital.

Designers include Alexa Hampton for Theodore Alexander, Art Works & Designs Inc., Baltimore Design Group, Betsy Wentz, BRANCA, Brittany Bromley Interiors and Bromley Landscape Design, Courtney Sempliner Designs Ltd., Carter Design, Chad Dorsey Design, Ciuffo Cabinetry, Curated by Kristin Mullen, Danielle Rollins Interiors for Woodard, Dee Is for Dogs Photography, Erik R. Smith Inc., Eva Art & Design Inc., Grayson De Vere Design, John Robshaw Textiles and Sara Bengur Interiors, Laurence Carr Design Inc., Leta Austin Foster & Associates, LGC Interior Designs, Mabley Handler Interior Design, Megan Gorelick Interiors, Morgan Harrison Home for Wesley Hall, Sea Green Designs and Starrett Hoyt LLC.

The party will be at the shingle-style show house located at 66 Rosko Lane, Southampton, on Saturday, July 20, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Admission is $225.

The show house will be open to the public daily between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. from July 21 to September 2. General admission is $40. Children 6 and younger, infants, strollers and pets will not be admitted.

For more information, visit hamptondesignershowhouse.com.

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