The entire village is anticipating the changes which will draw them and visitors into the 1800's canal house. From the exquisitely transformed landscaping provided by two fabulous landscaping companies to the twelve professionally decorated areas inside the house leave the home inspired with many creative ideas.
Not only will you have the opportunity to pick up ideas by visiting each of the rooms, check out our seminar schedule. By doing so you'll increase your decorating ideas by listening to one of our interior designers. Deborah Smith of Collaborative Synergies invites you to bring your questions to her seminar "Working with Artisans" Saturday, September 17th at 10:00 am. Deborah will discuss how to interact with artisans be it a painter, studio furniture maker or fabric artist, how you can help them understand your needs and yeild the unique one of a kind handmade item you desire for your home.
Point Pleasant Village Designer House is finalizing additional seminars to help you enhance your environment. So visit www.ppdhouse.org for an updated seminar schedule.
The Point Pleasant Village Designer House 2011 is a benefit for the community of Point Pleasant and the Point Pleasant Baptist Church who so graciously loaned their parsonage to benefit the community at large. The designers are working hard every day to have the canal house ready for public viewing September 1st - 25th, Thursday thru Saturday, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm or Sundays 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Guests will have the ability to purchase the furniture and accessories in each of the rooms. Visit the website, www.ppdhouse.org, for more information, $15 advanvce purchase tickets or $17 at the door which includes the seminar, group information or sponsorship opportunities.
The Point Pleasant Village Designer House 2011 is located at 34 River Road, Point Pleasant, Pennsylvania. As you drive under a canopy of massive old leafy trees through sleepy towns, passing numerous bed and breakfast locations it becomes understandable why the committee chose this gorgeous location. In this part of Bucks County, one can rent an inner tube or kayak to cool off in the river, take in many top notch restaurants or visit award winning wineries. It is a leisurely drive from New York City, Philadelphia and New Jersey.
Point Pleasant Village invites you to visit their hamlet to check out their canal house in September as the foliage changes, the weather cools off and the designers bring life into their corner of paradise.