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Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach kicks off

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Design by Amanda Reynal for Kips Bay Decorator Show House. Photo by Nickolas Sargent Photography

The Fifth Annual Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach officially opens to the public on Saturday, March 5 at 3001 Spruce Avenue in West Palm Beach’s Historic Old Northwood District. The house showcases the creativity and design expertise of 24 of the country’s most acclaimed designers and interior designers.

Over the next month, design enthusiasts from across the country, visitors and locals will have the opportunity to view the completed show home. The Showhouse will also offer a virtual 3D video tour for those unable to attend in person. Visits to the House must be booked in advance to ensure proper social distancing and the wearing of face masks is mandatory for all visitors. Tickets for the Show House can be purchased here. The ShowHouse will be open to the public for one month with closure on April 3 and doubles as the nation’s premier design event of the year and a major fundraiser for Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club and Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County.

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Joy Street Design for Kips Bay Decorator Show House.  Photo by Nickolas Sargent Photography
Joy Street Design for Kips Bay Decorator Show House. Photo by Nickolas Sargent Photography

“We are extremely excited that the showhouse is now open to the public,” said James Druckman, Chairman of the Board of Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club. “The designers and architects of this year’s Show House have worked tirelessly to bring their dream rooms to life. We think they captured the essence of Palm Beach perfectly and we look forward to welcoming guests.”

The Show House attracts 15,000 visitors each year and all proceeds benefit Kips BayBoys & Girls Club and Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County. The clubs provide innovative after-school and enrichment programs for more than 21,000 young people, ages 6 to 18, at ten Bronx locations and 17 in Palm Beach County. The estimated show homes have raised over $25 million to date.

Craig & Company for Kips Bay Decorator Show House.  Photo by Nickolas Sargent Photography
Craig & Company for Kips Bay Decorator Show House. Photo by Nickolas Sargent Photography

“We can’t wait to see how the designers have transformed the Show House and delighted that some have had the opportunity to meet our club members and inspire the product of this event,” said the Boys and Girls Clubs President. of Palm Beach County. and CEO Jaene Miranda. “I would like to thank all of the sponsors and designers of this year’s show home. Without their generosity and talents, our Clubs would not be able to fulfill our mission of ensuring that all young people reach their full potential.

This year’s Show House honorary chairs are designer Ellie Cullman, Veranda designer and columnist Joy Moyler and Veranda editor-in-chief Steele Marcoux.

The 24 designers and architects participating in this year’s Decorator Show House Palm Beach include:

Amanda Reynal Interiors

Interiors by Andrea Schumacher

Interior Design by Ashley Gilbreath

Bakes and Kropp Fine Cabinetry

BellDesign, Inc.

Beth Diana Smith Interior Design

Catherine M Austin Interior Design

Craig and company

damour drake

Goddard Design Group

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Designs by Janie Molster

Jim Dove Design

Joy Street Design

Nikki Levy Interiors

Noz Design

Paloma Contreras Interior Design

Pearl design interiors

Peter Pennoyer Architects

Philippe Gorrivan Design

Robert Brown Interior Design

Sarah Barthelemy Design, LLC.

The Lewis Design Group

Tiffany Brooks Interiors

Tish Mills Interiors

With the current events surrounding COVID-19, The Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach is taking the necessary precautions to protect designers and guests opening in March 2022. Health screenings will be conducted for all staff as well as cleaning and increased sanitation throughout the house. Additionally, the Show House is taking steps to allow for social distancing, including limiting the number of attendees. Admission tickets will be sold for specific dates and times to ensure guest numbers meet city and state guidelines.