An inside look at the kips bay decorator show house palm beach

The Kips Bay Decorative show house at Palm Beach for the 3rd year in a row, with nineteen designers lined up to changed the plantation-style house of interior designer Lars Bolander in the South End district of West Palm Beach.
The designers, who come from many cities across the country adding Atlanta, NYC, Los Angeles, Nashville, and Palm Beach itself, will take over an individual room in the home.
“The place is not like any other house we have display in previous year, offering a special platform for the design firms to channel their originality and talent, ” designer and Honorary says show House Chair Bunny Williams.
The show house will be open to the public from 1 February to 1 March (tickets are $35) and an opening night cocktail party will take place on 31 January). All processed from show House ticket advantage the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club in the Bronx, NYC and the Boys & Girls clubs of Palm Beach County, which combine serve more than 18,000 kids from ages 6 to 18.
In just under 3 months, the group of professional designers fully changed each room of the stunning 8,751 square-foot home inspired by Dutch and South African architecture. Affectionately dubbed Bamboo Hill, the key home, placed at 260 Palmetto Lane in West Palm Beach south end neighborhood, specs 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, a best room with vaulted ceilings and French doors that open up to an expansive loggia, and a large kitchen with an adjacent open-air dining terrace. The home big master suite provides wonderful garden and pool views. The estate also boasts 2 guest home, a pool house and a costly private garden with lush tropical flora for the best open-air living and fun experience.

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