NEW YORK, N.Y. (June 7, 2017) – Meredith Corporation’s (NYSE: MDP; meredith.com) Traditional Home, the leading upscale shelter magazine reaching 4.8 million readers, is partnering with HGTV star Donna Moss this fall to open the doors of its first-ever Dallas Decorators Showhouse to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association. Open to the public from September 23 through October 22, 2017, the Showhouse was constructed from the ground up by Paul Moss of Marina Bay Development. The Dallas Decorators Showhouse will bring together some of the biggest names in the interior design industry to realize their interpretations of classic Texas style.

The 7,938 sq. ft. home, located just outside of Dallas in the premier Southlake community at 1235 Westwyck Ct., fuses the best of intriguing architecture and big, beautiful design expected in Texas estates. Ticketed tours will be open to the public Tuesday through Saturday from 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and on Sundays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. from September 24, through October 22, 2017. A generous portion of the proceeds will go to the Alzheimer’s Association of North Central Texas to help find a cure and offer support for suffering patients and their families who are coping with the debilitations of Alzheimer’s Disease.

“Dallas is really emerging as an incredibly interesting and diverse design destination,” says Traditional Home Editor in Chief Jill Waage. “We are thrilled to work alongside Donna Moss and the talented designers on this highly-anticipated event. The Dallas Decorators Showhouse explores the unique beauty and charm of luxury living in Southlake, Texas.”

The 2017 Dallas Decorators Showhouse designers and architects include:

  1. Amy Berry, Library Designer
  2. Blue Print Store, Upstairs Hallway
  3. California Closets, Hers Master Closet
  4. Meg Caswell, Upstairs Loggia
  5. Elle Cole, Study Courtyard
  6. Kara Cox, Dining Room
  7. Julie Dodson, Downstairs Guest Suite
  8. Beth Dotolo, Foyer
  9. Dann Foley, Downstairs Hallway
  10. Carolina Gentry, Foyer
  11. Shay Geyer, Master Bedroom
  12. Dale Grandmaison, Senior Design Partner, Grand Home Designs
  13. Sherry Hayslip, Loggia
  14. Julie Lloyd, Grand Room
  15. Denise McGaha, Game Room
  16. Tiffany McKinzie,
  17. Donna Moss, Showhouse Host, Kitchen, Wine Room, Exterior Kitchen
  18. Paul Moss or Kyle Moss, Builders
  19. Nancy Price, Upstairs Sitting Area
  20. Phara Queen, Upstairs Bedroom
  21. Troy Rhone, Landscape Architect
  22. Krissa Rossbund, Laundry Room, Master Bathroom
  23. Ruthie Staalsen, Upstairs Hallway
  24. Christi + Boyd Tasker, Tasker Agency, Executive Producers
  25. Roxann Taylor, Real Estate Agent, Engel Völkers Southlake
  26. Clair Tompkins, Grand Room
  27. Kimberly Schlegal Whitman, Exterior Table Top
  28. Scot Meacham Wood, Mudroom
  29. Michelle Workman, Upstairs Bedroom
  30. Mitchell Young, Senior Design Partner, Grand Home Designs
  31. Traci Zeller, Upstairs Bedroom

The Dallas Decorators Showhouse officially opens with a Press Preview Party at the Showhouse on Friday, September 22, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm, and an Opening Night Gala on Saturday, September 23, from 7:00 to 10:00 pm. The Showhouse will be open for public viewing Sunday, September 24th through Sunday, October 22nd, 2017. The hours of operation are TuesdaySaturday from 11am-5pm and on Sundays from 11am-5pm. On Mondays, the Showhouse will be closed to visitors. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased online at www.dallasshowhouse.com. Tickets to the VIP Designer Gala, showhouse tickets as well as private events that benefit Alzheimer’s Association are also available at www.dallasshowhouse.com.

Sponsors of the 2017 Dallas Decorators Showhouse include:

  • Advanced Window Systems
  • BEAM
  • Behr Paint & Stain
  • Belgard Pavers
  • Bevolo Gas & Electric Lights
  • Boral Roofing
  • California Closets
  • Cambria
  • Circa Lighting
  • Clive Christian Cabinetry
  • Cosentino
  • Crossville Tile
  • Crystorama
  • Engel Völkers, Roxann Taylor
  • Ferguson Bath, Kitchen, & Lighting Gallery
  • Grand Home Designs
  • Hunter Douglas
  • Jenn-Air
  • Kohler
  • Made Goods
  • Metrie Trim
  • Nix Window & Door
  • PuTTin’ OuT (Socially Accepted.)
  • Rainer
  • Tasker Agency
  • That’s Haute
  • Wayne Dalton
  • Woodard Furniture
  • Wynwood Mood Swings

ABOUT TRADITIONAL HOME

About Traditional Home Magazine

As the largest upscale shelter magazine in America, Traditional Home celebrates the union of timeless design with modern living, inspiring almost 5 million design lovers to reinterpret classic elegance in a thoroughly personal way. From home and garden to food, entertaining, and travel, the magazine is a tribute to quality, craftsmanship, authenticity, and family—a trusted resource that respects the past, lives in the present, and embraces products designed for the future. For more information, please visit www.traditionalhome.com.

ABOUT DONNA MOSS

Donna Moss, known as the “Queen of Bling brings her glamorous and lush style into every space she decorates. A former finalist on HGTV’s Design Star, she hosts the HGTV series Donna Decorates Dallas, where she shows the big (and small) details that make up a fabulous Texas home. Donna designs homes as well as sponsors a number of local and national charity events with her daughters Tiffany Moss Jenkins and Ashley Moss Black at their store, That’s Haute, a fashion, design, and home décor boutique. Donna is also a retired American Airlines flight attendant and U.S. Army attendee. She enjoys serving on the board of The Arts Council as well as the home industry organization called Accessories Resource Team (ARTs). With numerous awards to her credit and her work featured in People and Instyle magazines, Donna Moss proves that you can “bling it all” — making decor bold, gold and glam!

ABOUT ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION

Headquartered in Chicago, the Alzheimer’s Association has chapters nationwide. The Alzheimer’s Association – North Central Texas Chapter is one of over 70 chapters of the Alzheimer’s Association. The chapter covers a 40-county service area and Fort Worth serves as headquarters for the chapter, which has regional offices in Abilene, Waco and Wichita Falls. The chapter is a nonprofit, donor-supported organization. The programs and services are made possible through contributions from individuals, corporations and foundations. To learn more about the association — including how to get involved — visit Alzheimer’s Association.

CONTACT

Liz Malone, 212-551-7172, Liz.Malone@meredith.com
Christi Tasker, 702-703-9047, Christi@TaskerAgency.com