June 6, 2018 –- ASPIRE DESIGN AND HOME magazine, national media sponsor for the Junior League of Detroit Designers’ Show House 2018, is thrilled to announce this year’s designer participants. The Show House will be open to the public from September 15 through October 7, with the Opening Preview Party on Friday, September 14.
31 designers and landscapers selected from across the country will make over the gardens and interiors of the landmark Charles T. Fisher Mansion, the largest home in the Historic Boston Edison District in the heart of Detroit. The 18,000 sq. ft. estate is owned by actor, author and philanthropist Hill Harper, renowned for his roles on hit television shows including CSI: NY, Homeland and The Good Doctor.
JUNIOR LEAGUE OF DETROIT DESIGNERS’ SHOW HOUSE PARTICIPANTS:
Pam Beamus, Ethan Allen; Laurie Bolach, Olive’s Bloombox; Julia Buckingham, Buckingham Interiors & Design; Meg Caswell, Meg Caswell Style; Tifanny Cobb, Tiffany René Interior Design LLC; Donna Connelly; Michael Coyne, Michael Coyne Design; Loretta Crenshaw, Crenshaw & Assoc; Tiffany Edison, Birch Design Associates; Stacy Evans, Savvy Interior Designs LLC; Tom Gibbs, Tom Gibbs Studio; Jeanine Haith, ShowHouse Interiors; Erica Harrison, Hudson and Sterling; Jane Henderson, Jane Henderson Interior Designs; Corey Damen Jenkins, Corey Damen Jenkins & Associates, LLC; Angie Lane, A. Lane Architecture, PLLC; Courtney McLeod, Right Meets Left Interior Design; Elizabeth Meda, Elizabeth Meda Interior Design; Krista Nye Nicholas and Tami Ramsey, Cloth and Kind; Carter and Sienna Oosterhouse; Jennifer Schoenberger, Jennifer Schoenberger Design; Kevin Serba, Serba Interiors; Niki Serras, Scavolini/Cucina Moda; Kristen Shellenbarger, Iron Key Designs; Sam Sobh, Design Du Jour; Barrie Spang and Ashleigh Clark, Sapphire Pear; Becky Stoitsiades, Hepplewhite’s Interiors; Anne Strickland, PORT Mfg. & Design; Isabelle Weiss, NEXT SPACE LLC; Phyllis Whitehead, Fifi & Coco Interiors; and Diane Woolsey, Woolsey Interiors; and Jessica Frakes, coG-Studio.
Funds raised from the Show House will support the Junior League of Detroit’s community programs, including grants, college scholarships and recent initiatives: Project EAT, which connects Education, Access and Tools to promote healthy eating, as well as partnerships with Cass Community Social Services, Forgotten Harvest and the Empowerment Plan. This is the 22nd Designers’ Show House that the Junior League of Detroit has hosted, making it one of the regions most anticipated design events of the year.
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