More than 15 designers have taken over a historic early 19th century wood frame house in Brooklyn Heights to showcase the latest in interior design.
The transformation of 13 Pineapple Street is the second Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse, organized by the Brooklyn Heights Association. Four floors of the house have been revamped with wallpaper, paint and furnishings to bring modern design into the historic structure.
This year’s designers include Ascher Davis Architects with Mahwish Syed Designs, Brooklyn Heights Gardens, Barsanti Desmone, Harry Heissmann Inc., Hendley & Co, Isabelo Design, Station Haus, Jesse Parris-Lamb, Judi Schwarz Interiors, Justin Scott Interiors, Kim Tomasino Interiors, Mikel Welch Design LLC for Room & Board, Murphy Waldron Interiors, Rodney Lawrence Inc. and The Rinfret Group.
In addition to showcasing local design talent, the event serves as a fundraiser for the Brooklyn Heights Association. Founded in 1910, the group has a long history of neighborhood advocacy, from helping to create the Brooklyn Heights Historic District in 1965 to their current work on the BQE repair.
The event opens to the public today, Friday, September 27 and operates through Sunday, November 3. Hours are from from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday and until 8 p.m. on Thursdays. General admission is $40 and $20 for students. BHA member tickets are $35. Tickets are available at the door and online. New York Cottages & Gardens (NYC&G) is the showhouse Design Media Sponsor and Brownstoner is the Platinum Sponsor.
For more information, visit the Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse website.
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