Team of designers refashion home in Uptown Kingston

This year’s showhouse is a 19th-century home in Uptown Kingston, listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Now entering its second year, Kingston Design Connection is spearheaded by interior designer Maryline Damour. Its mission is to connect Hudson Valley designers, makers and businesses to each other, to potential clients and to the growing Kingston design scene. Kingston Design Connection hosted its first design showhouse in October 2018, representing ten interior designers, over 45 Hudson Valley makers and over 50 local design/build companies. More than 400 attendees visited the house.

This year’s showhouse is a historic 19th-century home located at 302 Clinton Avenue in Uptown Kingston, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Interior designers will be invited to take over 15 individual spaces within the structure and will collaborate with Hudson Valley artisans and makers to design their rooms. This year’s designers include Alexandra Collins of Alexandra Studios, Amanda Sanchioni, Michael Cox of Foley & Cox, Maryline Damour and Mel Jones of Damour Drake, Brooke Nelson of Transformative Spacing, Catherine Gerry of Catherine Gerry Interiors, Elizabeth Mercer of Mercer Interior, Simone Eisold, Heidi Feiwel of HF Interiors, Jennifer Salvemini, Jessica Williams of Hendley & Co., Jon Sherman of Flavor Paper, Kelsey Ter Meer of Heart & Soil, Marla Walker of Marla Walker Interiors, Gabriel de la Portilla and Ana Claudia Schutz of Ana Claudia Interiors.


The 2019 Kingston Design Connection Showhouse opens to the public on October 11. Showhouse hours will be from noon to 5 p.m. October 11 to 13 and October 19 and 20 and from noon to 4 p.m. on October 26. Admission costs $17, with proceeds to benefit Family of Woodstock. To learn more, visit

Kingston Design Connection 2019 Showhouse
Oct. 11, 12, 13, 19, 20, noon-5 p.m.
Oct. 26, noon-4 p.m., $17
302 Clinton Ave., Kingston