• North Fork Designer Show House founder Kate DiGregio in one of the designer rooms.



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  • This living room was rendered in shades of white contrasting the 1835 house with it's wide plank floors, painted white, with a modern touches and



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  • The handiwork of Debra, Morgan and William Glidersleeve of RENEE'S, a third-generation Mattituck business.



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  • This dining room was handsomely designed by Elizabeth Schlaefer, making the most of an intimate space.



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  • The challenges of working in an historic building with low ceilings and smaller spaces was made exciting with the bold color and graphic painting



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  • This 1835 house was the perfect setting for an iconic "Farmhouse" kitchen by White flower employing a mix of old, new, crafted and salvaged materials.



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  • This 1835 house was the perfect setting for an iconic "Farmhouse" kitchen by White flower employing a mix of old, new, crafted and salvaged



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  • Every kitchen needs a blackboard.



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  • Reportedly the "worst space" in this 1835 house was ingeniously converted to a service porch with small office, a potting area and a dog grooming



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  • Reportedly the "worst space" in this 1835 house was ingeniously converted to a service porch with small office, a potting area and a dog grooming



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  • Reportedly the "worst space" in this 1835 house was ingeniously converted to a service porch with small office, a potting area and a dog grooming



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  • The hallway was attenuated with painted wainscoting, a handsome runner and historic photographs of the area.



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  • Yvonne McNab re-imagined this bedroom with a "mid-century modern" sensibility.



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  • Yvonne McNab re-imagined this bedroom with a "mid-century modern" sensibility.



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  • Yvonne McNab re-imagined this bedroom with a "mid-century modern" sensibility.



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  • The angles of the ceiling and the painting everything white makes this small space inviting and comfortable, accented with a pair of vintage leather



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  • With a light touch and a lot of white paint this small home office achieves a sweet sense of space.



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  • Making the most of small spaces, this nook offers seating and storage.



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  • "Beach" was the theme of this charming bedroom using a wall paper that had the waves of Japanese-style block prints.



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  • "Beach" was the theme of this charming bedroom using a wall paper that had the waves of Japanese-style block prints.



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  • The Beach bedroom cleverly used a barn door and barn door hardware for the closet.



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  • BEACH was the theme of this charming bedroom using a wall paper that had the waves of Japanese-style block prints.



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  • There is a handsome play of modern and rustic in this bedroom, the handiwork of Debra, Morgan and William Glidersleeve of Renee's



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  • There is a handsome play of modern and rustic in this bedroom, the handiwork of Debra, Morgan and William Glidersleeve of Renee's



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  • This tiny space is filled with delicate handmade items from the rag rug to the pillows and bed canopy.



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  • The crowning glory, the attic, was rendered by Connie Cross with objects old, repurposed and magically assembled to create this whimsical space complete with a



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  • The crowning glory, the attic, was rendered by Connie Cross with objects old, repurposed and magically assembled to create this whimsical space complete with a



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  • The crowning glory, the attic, was rendered by Connie Cross with objects old, repurposed and magically assembled to create this whimsical space complete with a



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  • Christine McCabe Designs set the front porch with inviting seating and outdoor area rugs.



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  • The garden was set for gracious dining.



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  • Many little delicious treats were awaiting the guests.



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  • A big tent was set for guests to enjoy the hors d'oeuvers and libations after viewing the designer show house.



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  • The renovated 1835 house on the Village Green in Cutchogue, where the North Fork Designer Show House, is being hosted to benefit local charities



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  • The renovated 1835 house on the Village Green in Cutchogue, where the North Fork Designer Show House, is being hosted to benefit local charities



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