Hamptons Designer Showhouse, 2017

Displaying the work of more than 30 designers
Covered porch, East Hampton Gardens, Gregory Shano

You may have missed the opening cocktail party on Saturday, but you have plenty of time to visit the Hamptons Designer Showhouse, which is displaying the work of more than 30 designers this year, its 17th. The Showhouse, staged as a benefit for Southampton Hospital, is actually two houses this year, at 78 and 82 Rosko Lane, in a new subdivision west of Southampton Village called the Fields, being developed by Paramount Custom Homes of Center Moriches.

The photos on this page offer a glimpse into a few of the many rooms that have been decorated in the houses, which have been named Linden and Beachcomber. The show will be open from Monday through Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., through Labor Day.

The Hamptons Designer Showhouse Foundation, a nonprofit corporation, produces the showhouse, and Traditional Home magazine is this year’s presenting sponsor. Mario Buatta is the honorary chairman, with Jamie Drake and Alex Hampton as honorary design co-chairmen.

Admission, $40, includes a Showhouse journal. Children under 6 are not admitted.

 

Family room, Lillian August Furnishings & Designs, Nancy Galasso and Richard Cerone
Bedroom, Rayman Boozer, Christian Lacroix wallpaper, Souvenir Italian travel plates
Master bedroom, M. Frederick Design, Matthew C. W. Frederick
Playroom, Grayson De Vere Design, Julia Nix;
Master bedroom, Eddie Ross for The Muse
Playroom, English Country Home, Chris Mead