On this weekend’s Open House, the designers of the Showtime Showhouse dish on how “Dexter,” “Weeds” and “Californication” inspired their dazzling rooms (watch the video above). We also get a personal tour of the iconic Steinway mansion in Astoria, Queens that was built by the piano-producing family and is currently listed at $2.5 million. Then tastemaker Jamie Drake warms up a cool, contemporary loft in Tribeca with cheery colors and cozy touches. How would you display your Heisman trophy? Pete Dawkins constructed a $19.5 million, 23,500-square-foot residence, where the coveted football award is proudly displayed. Finally, move over man caves: The mom cave has arrived. Interior designer Elaine Griffin shows us how to create a serene oasis for mothers.
On The Next Open House New York…
By Helen Yun
For the third edition of the cable network's Showtime House, a passel of top designers drew their inspiration from Showtime shows such as "Weeds," "Nurse Jackie" and "Californication" to create unique, inspiring rooms in midtown Manhattan highrise Cassa Hotel and Residences. Here, stylesetters, including Laura Bohn, John Loecke and Hans Galutera, share their spectacular spaces. (Published Friday, Oct 8, 2010)
Friday, Apr 27, 2012 Updated at 4:43 PM EST