The 1853 William Flagg Homer House
This is truly a dream job from a Designer's perspective, because you can do anything you want. ANYTHING. Proposal submitted ... and then ... you WAIT! I tend to not be very patient! I have been doing a happy dance ever since the call came in! I am thrilled to have been chosen to design the Butler's Pantry for this beautiful, historical home. You can bet on lots of color and pattern coming to this little space and I hope you can all come visit!
It is humbling to be among such a talented group of Designers, (see them all Here!)and from the sneak peeks that have been coming out, I promise you will not want to miss this! Tickets are now on Sale ... get'em while they're HOT! and on sale!
Since its founding in 1906, JL Boston has committed itself to leading programs and initiatives that lift up the Boston community and its most vulnerable citizens. Monies raised at the Designer Show House ensure that JL Boston’s legacy of service will continue to grow.
"Both the Junior League of Boston and the Belmont Woman's Club have a long history of building the potential of women leaders in Greater Boston through community and educational initiatives,” says Pamela Lynch, President, Junior League of Boston. “This partnership is one that will leave a lasting impression. Using the stunning and historically significant 1853 William Flagg Homer House, which has ties to the renowned Winslow Homer, will be very special as Junior League of Boston supports the arts.”
The Designer Show House is open to the public from Saturday, October 7 through Sunday, November 5. The house will be open Wednesdays through Sundays, including Columbus Day, Monday October 9, with additional special events during this time frame. The Homer House is located at 661 Pleasant Street, Belmont, MA. Tickets are $35 in advance, $40 after October 7.
Thank you for following along my designer dream! I'll be sharing some of my own sneak peeks over the next few weeks ... and hope to see you there in person!