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  • n. Plural form of showhouse.


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  • In my 25 years in the industry, I have attended countless showhouses, participated in 14, written two books about them, worked on selection committees, raised money and chaired galas.

    Rooms With a Viewpoint

  • By any measure, showhouses are one of the greatest bargains for decorating junkies.

    Rooms With a Viewpoint

  • Decorator showhouses are gold mines of inspiration.

    Rooms With a Viewpoint

  • Here, I'll take you through my favorite rooms from this year's crop of showhouses.

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  • Dmitriy & Co. provided a sofa and library chair used in a recent New York showhouse designed by Carrier & Co. An article on film-inspired showhouses in some editions of Saturday's Off Duty section misspelled the company's name as Dmitri.

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  • To raise funds for charity, organizations frequently stage designer showhouses, in which they invite the likes of me to redecorate the rooms before throwing open the doors to the public for tours and lectures.

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  • At Sweetwaters, a project dogged by controversy, he donated one of two German-built showhouses to provincial health and welfare MEC

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  • Serviced sites and showhouses have been completed in Winterveldt, Lehurutshe,

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  • Those who enjoy visiting houses where smart design features abound are flocking to the Charleston Symphony Orchestra League's two showhouses.

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  • While both showhouses are filled with design details that will inspire visitors to try new ideas in their own homes, each has a distinct personality.

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