NYC&G Is Proud to Announce the Opening of the First-Ever Brooklyn Designer Showhouse As Its Media Sponsor

For Immediate Release

Presented by the Brooklyn Heights Association (BHA), the Showhouse is Brooklyn’s first-ever Designer Showhouse. Housed in a spectacular 1867 townhouse located at 32 Livingston Street between Court and Clinton Streets, the Showhouse captures the electricity and energy of Brooklyn in today’s design world by featuring interior and landscape designers as well as decorative artists from Brooklyn and New York City’s innovative and celebrated design community. Thom Filicia is the 2017 Honorary Design Chair. Ellen Hamilton and Erika Belsey Worth are the 2017 Showhouse Co-Chairs.

NYC&G (New York Cottages & Gardens) extensively covers the abundance of design activity in the rising borough of Brooklyn as well as its talented artists, artisans, architects, and decorators and is the exclusive media sponsor of the Showhouse. The transformation of the house will be featured in the November issue of NYC&G as well as on To coincide with the coverage of the Showhouse, the publication will also feature a special advertising section on Brooklyn as well as an illustrated map of all things Brooklyn on

 The Showhouse is happy to announce the designers of the Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse:


Bella Mancini Design

Brooklyn Heights Gardens

Ciuffo Cabinetry

Deborah Berke Partners

Doreen Chambers Interiors

FearinsIWelch Interior Design

Frampton Co

Glenn Gissler Design

Harry Heissmann Inc.

Henry & Co Design

Jennifer Eisenstadt Design

Kathleen Walsh Interiors

Kyle Roberts Interior Design

Seaport Flowers & Home

The Rinfret Group


Along with NYC&G, other sponsors of the house include, Brennan Real Estate LLC as the Diamond Sponsor, DXV and Walker Zanger as platinum sponsors, Leslie J. Garfield, Bertazzoni, Carlisle Wood Plank Floors & Rugs, Ciuffo Cabinetry, Fabricut, Farrow & Ball, Forbes & Lomax, Garnet Hill and Tucci as gold sponsors and AJ Madison as the Showhouse digital sponsor.

Proceeds from the Showhouse benefit the Brooklyn Heights Association, whose advocacy was critical in preserving Brooklyn Heights’ remarkable architecture. The BHA was instrumental in the creation of New York City’s first historic district, the building of the iconic Brooklyn Heights Promenade, and saving the waterfront for what is now Brooklyn Bridge Park. Today, the BHA continues to advocate for the community’s livability and to protect its unsurpassed architectural and historical integrity.

Brooklyn Heights is easily accessible to the entire metropolitan area by subway, commuter train, ferry, bus, or a short hop across the Brooklyn Bridge.

The Showhouse opens with a gala on Wednesday, September 27, 2017 and a design industry & friends cocktail party on Thursday, September 28, 2017. The Showhouse tour hours are Tuesdays through Sundays from 11:00am to 5:00pm and is closed on Mondays. For tickets and complete showhouse coverage, please visit