Tour the 2021 Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach
Designers from across the country created inspiring spaces in an oceanfront, Mediterranean-style manse
Inspired by the Mediterranean-style architecture and beachfront setting of this year’s Palm Beach Kips Bay Decorator Show House, 20 designers from around the country created vibrant rooms featuring inspired combinations of antique furniture and contemporary pieces. Open to the public beginning April 8, the fourth-annual Florida iteration of the esteemed New York show house once again helps raise funds for the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club and the Boys & Girls Club of Palm Beach County, organizations that provide educational, developmental, and recreational activities for children and teens in disadvantage communities.
“Some designers I know personally, but some designers I’ve not worked with before,” design cochair Joy Moyler tells Galerie. “Going through the concept renderings, I couldn’t wait to see them come to life. It’s my first year of doing this, and I absolutely love it—I hope they invite me back next year!”
Located on Palm Beach’s prestigious South Flagler Drive, the 4,400-square foot waterfront villa includes five bedrooms and six baths, as well as a formal living and dining room and 30-foot atrium. Landscaped grounds surround the home’s three terraces and manicured pool area. “Our goal is to continually build on the success of each year’s show houses—constantly raising the bar—and this year, we’re thrilled to secure a beautiful location that will play home to the talents of a new set of renowned designers,” James Druckman, President of the Board of the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club and President and CEO of the New York Design Center, said in a statement.
Open through May 9, the show house can be visited in person through timed-entry tickets or via a virtual experience. Click through to see more of the unique rooms curated by this year’s participating designers.