The first Hamptons Design & Trade Show House opened Sunday featuring the work of more than 20 designers, artists and local businesses from New York City to Montauk.
The show house is a mid-20th century, contemporary three-level open plan house located at the site of the former Grosvenor Atterbury Estate.
Designers who each took an area to recreate include Ernie J. Hulsey for The Mill at Southampton, Sam Bowden for Contemporary Perspective, Scott Benjamin Tucker for Raunjiba, Jeff Muhs, Katie Huddleston for Pottery Barn, and Ernie J. Hulsey.
Artists and galleries contributing works are Kevin Berlin, Catherine Latson, Adrienne Whaeed, One 9, Wyatt Gallery, Paul Deo, and Scott Benjamin Tucker
The show house is open daily from noon to 4 p.m. through Sunday, Aug. 18, when there will be a cocktail reception between 5 and 7 p.m. benefiting The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Tickets to the reception are $100, available at www.hamptonsdtsh.com.
The showhouse is located at 470 Montauk Highway, Southampton, in Shinnecock Hills. A suggested donation of $10 can be made at the door for the daily tours.