Step inside the Pasadena Showcase House of Design 2023

Discover architectural brilliance and artistic inspiration at the Pasadena Showcase House of Design, open now. This prestigious annual event brings together renowned designers, architects, and artists to transform a historic property into a breathtaking masterpiece.

Pasadena boasts a fascinating blend of Victorian, Beaux-Arts, and Spanish Colonial Revival styles, with the Old Pasadena district being one of its treasure troves. Amidst this architectural feast, is the Stewart House. Built in 1933, the Stewart House is this year’s chosen venue for the Pasadena Showcase house. It was also the showcase house venue in 1983. Its specific architectural details range from Colonial to Georgian, and together they embody the elegance and charm of the surrounding area. Its beautiful design showcases the craftsmanship of a bygone era and reflects the city’s commitment to preserving its cultural heritage. Take a tour inside some of this year’s most inspired spaces:


Designer and Product Highlights from the Pasadena Showcase House of Design

The sunroom and patio designed by R/terior Studio is a masterclass in mixing styles. It’s a  mesmerizing fusion of modern funk and classical elegance that effortlessly marries the best of both worlds. The bold, contemporary pieces from Rowe add a burst of energy and personality, while still paying homage to the classic elements of the home. 

Sun Room | R/Terior Studio

The Great Gatsby goes to Palm Beach in Meredith Green Design’s vision of the primary bedroom terrace. To enhance the space without overpowering the panoramic garden views, Green incorporated two stunning pieces from Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery: Capital Lighting’s 24-inch-wide pendant named Cecilia, and Varaluz’s Banana Leaf chandelier Together, these fixtures add a touch of elegance and charm to the lanai, complementing the breathtaking surroundings.

Primary Bedroom Lanai | Meredith Green Design

Rachel Duarte of RD Design Studio utilized Ferguson in the butler’s pantry and dining room. She retained parts of the dining room’s existing wall mural from the 80s, but gave it a little face-lift, brightening it up, but keeping it equal parts moody and whimsical. Duarte incorporated a single-hole bar faucet with a brass-finished spigot and black-finished tap from Kohler’s Tone Collection, sourced from Ferguson. These additions beautifully complement the black granite Franke Quantum drop-in undermount single basin sink.

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From modern and minimalist to traditional and opulent, each room in the Pasadena Showcase House tells a unique story. The designers have skillfully combined textures, colors, and materials to create harmonious and visually striking interiors. The showcase features the integration of cutting-edge technology and sustainable design practices. From energy-efficient appliances to smart home systems, from dedicated sponsors like Ferguson, the designers have embraced the latest innovations without compromising on style or functionality and they feel perfectly at home in Pasadena.

More About the Pasadena Showcase House:

The Pasadena Showcase House of Design is not just an exhibition; it’s a philanthropic endeavor. By attending, you support the arts and provide funding for music programs, scholarships, and community initiatives that benefit aspiring artists and musicians.Visiting the Pasadena Showcase House is an opportunity to witness the harmony between architectural splendor, interior design, and artistic expression in one breathtaking setting. Don’t miss the chance to be part of this extraordinary event that celebrates creativity, supports education, and showcases the very best of Pasadena’s design and artistry. Experience the Pasadena Showcase House of Design and indulge in the beauty, inspiration, and innovation that awaits within its walls. For more information or to book tickets, visit this link.

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