More than 20 local designers take over a beautiful home for the 35th Tulsa Designer Showcase.
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Once again, Tulsa designers are taking over a beautiful home to give it a complete makeover. This time, the 35th year for the Designer Showcase, designers will refurbish a 6,500-square-foot Colonial-style house just north of Southern Hills Country Club. The home was originally built in 1966 for William Richard Horkey and family.
The fund-raiser, which benefits The Foundation for Tulsa Schools, typically features a turn-of-the-century home, but this year presents a 1960s-era house.
“Many people live in houses of similar vintage,” designer liaison Michael Beard says. “This year’s Designer Showcase house will show what can be done with a dated house, yet one that has good ‘bones’ to work with.”
The home opens to the public April 17 and will remain open through May 10. Tickets are $12 in advance or $15 at the door. Advance tickets are available beginning April 1 at Williams-Sonoma, Windsor Market, Summit Bank, The Home Collection-Utica Square and participating designer locations.