Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach is returning in February for its seventh annual design-centric event, which sees prestigious designers use their expertise to transform a property in aid of supporting charitable causes.
This year, Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club and Boys & Girls Club of Palm Beach County have revealed the 23 interior designers and architects that are set to reimagine 230 Miramar Way, an impressive property located in the "SoSo" neighborhood of West Palm Beach.
'The Palm Beach community welcomes the Show House year after year, and we’re thrilled to return', says Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club Executive Director Daniel Quintero. 'We’re looking forward to introducing new designers and architects into the Kips Bay Decorator Show House family and seeing how they transform their spaces. We’re also thrilled to continue our partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County to continue raising money for kids in need in both West Palm Beach and New York City.'
Raising funds for Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club of New York which works to provide educational programs for young people, Kips Bay Decorator Show Houses have collectively raised over $29 million since its inception. The Chairs of Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach include Steele Marcoux, Joy Moyler, and Ellie Cullman. Jonathan Savage and Billy Ceglia are Vice Chairs, and Bunny Williams will serve as the Honorary Chair.
'We are thrilled to have the Kips Bay Designer Showhouse return to Palm Beach County for another year', explains Jaene Miranda, President & CEO at Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County. 'As we come together once again, we celebrate not only the incredible impact we've made throughout the years but also the unwavering spirit of compassion and dedication from our sponsors, designers, and the community. We look forward to another successful year!'
2024 Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach Designers
Below, you can learn more about the expert interior designers who will be transforming the Palm Beach property, with the full list available at Kips Bay Decorator Show House.
Ariel Okin is the founder of her eponymous firm, Ariel Okin Interiors, a New York-based, full-service interior design firm founded in 2006 specializing in luxury residential, commercial, and hospitality projects across the country. She is also the founder and editor-in-chief of the e-commerce platform Fenimore Lane.
Donna Mondi is an interior designer and founder of Donna Mondi Interior Design, a premier interior and product design firm with offices in Chicago and Denver. Dona founded the firm in 2001 and is passionate about crafting interiors that capture the essence of luxury while remaining functional and livable.
Jessica Jubelirer is an interior designer, known for her artistic, charming, layered, and familiar style. Jessica Jubelirer Design was founded in 2008 by Jessica as a collaborative effort to produce thoughtful and timeless spaces that allow her clients to live inside a work of art. Each of her projects is designed to be lived in – layered with texture, color, and personality. For her private client work, Jessica builds unique and authentic spaces across the country, customized to everyone’s perspectives and backgrounds – inspired by Jessica’s rich imagination, along with the artisans and craftspeople she works with from around the world.
Since founding her eponymous design firm, Sara Story has forged a reputation for imparting to all of her projects an ineffable style she can truly call her own. Drawing inspiration from extensive travels, an active interest in contemporary art and fashion, and a rigorous lifestyle, Sara wields a keen eye to exact her aesthetic vision: crisp, elegant, and comfortable gestures that thoughtfully balance multiple elements of good design for an everyday, polished life.
Helen Bergin Interiors is a full-service interior design firm based in Palm Beach, Florida, known for classical dynamic design with a modern whimsical twist. In 2016, Helen opened her firm after having worked as a designer with several renowned firms such as Annsley Interiors, Rinfret Ltd., and Robert Passal Interior Design. Helen’s background includes not only residential projects but also commercial projects with a focus on the hospitality sector.
Nadia Watts has been in the interior design industry for nearly 20 years, delivering exceptional interior design to clients across the country from her studio in Denver, Colorado. Her collaborative approach to design and project management has led to lasting relationships with clientele looking to personalize and refine their spaces. Nadia’s portfolio includes custom residential homes, historic renovations, bespoke professional offices, and spaces showcasing internationally recognized art and furniture collections.
Starting out as an eager interior design student in New York City, Nicole began her career as an intern at Kemble Interiors under the guidance of Celerie Kemble. She quickly rose to an interior design position where she learned the ins and outs of the design world. After several years of collaborating as a Kemblette, she ventured out on her own. Beginning with a single wonderful opportunity, with the support of her husband Jason, she slowly built a tailored boutique firm that now leads construction and design projects for clients throughout the United States.
Chloe Redmond Warner is the Founder and principal of Redmond Aldrich Design. She leads the award-winning studio with her guiding vision that life is experienced through the senses and that every moment can be elevated by its environment. She attended the architecture program at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design and founded her eponymous studio after graduating in 2005 and moving across the country to San Francisco.
Megan Gorelick Interiors is a full-service interior design firm most known for her coastal projects in Avalon and Stone Harbor NJ. However, Megan’s projects span the East Coast from chic city apartments in New York, Philly, and DC to estate homes in Florida, all the way to international projects in Jamaica. Megan specializes in clean, classic interiors infused with style, comfort, and whimsy. Her goal is to create homes for her clients that meet their needs, reflect their personalities, and elevate their everyday lives while making the process a fun and fulfilling experience.
From the 23rd of February 2024, the Palm Beach Show House will be open to the public for one month. Tickets can be purchased here.
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Emily Moorman is a News Writer at Homes & Gardens, working across a range of topics spanning interiors, celebrity and emerging trends. With a background in the fashion industry, Emily is well-versed in the world of design and trend cycles. Her undergraduate degree was in Fashion Communication and Promotion which she studied at Norwich University of The Arts, specialising in writing and digital communications.
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