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Junior League Decorator Showhouse Designers and Landscapers Chosen

A sneak peek at a few rooms before interior designers and landscape professionals begin work on the Junior League of Hartford's 2012 Decorator Show House.

Release submitted by, Kristen Fritz, Junior League of Hartford Volunteer, 2012 JLH Show House Chair

The Junior League of Hartford is pleased to announce the names of the interior decorators and landscape professionals that have been selected to participate in its 12th Decorator Show House. 

The 2012 Decorator Show House is located at 68 Scarborough Street, Hartford, Connecticut, and will be open to the public from May 5-27, 2012.

“The Junior League of Hartford is proud to offer our community an inspiring Designer Show House,” said Laura Hughes, Show House Council Co-chair. “The Show House raises proceeds for JLH programs and projects in addition to providing a venue to promote an awareness of our organization and highlight the talents of many Connecticut designers and local businesses.”

The following interior decorators and landscape architects have been selected based upon their exquisite storyboards and wide range of talent: 

Avon

Cindy Kranz and Keatha McCue, Galway Stallard

Edith Whitman, Edith Whitman Interiors

Elizabeth Whitney, Whitney Studios

Ann Wolinsky, AKB Design

Bloomfield

Liz Harrington, Harrington’s Organic Lawncare

Richard Ott, Richard Ott Interior Spaces

Bristol

Helen Hahn, Hahn Interiors

Burlington

Kristen McCory, Ammatti Design

Durham

Sharon McCormick, Sharon McCormick Design

East Hampton

Josa Weatherwax, Josa Studios

Farmington

Cynthia M. Hernandez, Cynthia Mason Interiors

Stanley Peck, Old Lights On

Jean Poulin, Jean Poulin Interiors, LLC

Glastonbury

Jarrod Sansoucy, General Landscaping

Hartford

Marianne Donahue, Marianne Donahue Interiors

Lelaneia Dubay, Dubay Design

Stackpole Moore Tryon

Roxbury

Elaine Curley Urban, Interior Remedies

Simsbury

Amy Schuster, Stone House Design

Suffield

Ruth Loiseau, RuthL

Bruce Valicenti, Jr., BFV Designs, LLC

West Hartford

Cynthia Dodd, Glorious Gardens

David Gugliotti, Gugliotti Brothers Lawn Care

Carine Hoye and Andrew Huber, Hoye & Huber Design

Robin Jones and Peter Robbin, LCR

Laurie Elizabeth Nilsen, Nilsen Design/The Well Dressed Window, LLC

Lauren Zeligson and John Dussault, Labrazel Home

Remy Schwartz and Merle Trager, Remy Interiors

Wethersfield

Karen Candee, Period Design, LLC

Every three years the Junior League of Hartford takes over a unique home or estate in the Greater Hartford area, selects regional designers to decorate the interior spaces and landscape the surrounding grounds, and sells tickets to the public for viewing of the completed house. The Junior League of Hartford has held 11 Decorator Show Houses over a 33-year span, and raised more than $1.35 million for its programs and projects.

The Decorator Show House is the League’s largest event-based fundraiser. Proceeds from the Show House are used to fund its community projects and programs, which currently focus on the alleviation of hunger. 

About The Junior League of Hartford – Celebrating 90 Years of Service

The Junior League of Hartford, Inc. is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. For 90 years, the League has researched current community needs and developed and implemented targeted community service projects to address those needs. This year, the League celebrates the anniversaries of its programs The Clothes Horse, Souper Sustainers, Links & Laughter, The Backpack Program, and Freshplace. For more information, visit www.jlhartford.org.

Sarah Glynn April 10, 2012 at 10:03 PM
I was a frequent visitor at that house in the 1960s and 1970s. I can't wait to see how they update the decor from that time period.

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