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THE COUNTRY’S LONGEST RUNNING SHOW HOUSE EVENT

58TH ANNUAL ST. MARGARET’S HOSPITAL GUILD

DECORATORS’ SHOW HOUSE AND GARDENS

THE CENTENNIAL ESTATE 4160 Washington Boulevard

SUPPORTING ESKENAZI HEALTH SINCE 1907

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Decorators’ Show House and Gardens

Welcome to the St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild’s 58th Annual Decorators’ Show House and Gardens. It is our pleasure to have you join us for a tour of this unique property in the Washington Park neighborhood. We hope that you will enjoy your experience today, as your visit continues the tradition of “The Country’s LongestRunning Show House Event.” The Guild members, designers, and landscapers spend months laying the groundwork for each show house. In January, we take possession of the property, and the work begins. This year’s 34 designers and landscapers are putting their designs into action, transforming empty rooms into masterpieces and bare outside areas into lush gardens and open-air living spaces. While respecting the heritage and style of this historic residence, our designers look to designs and trends that will also accommodate a modern-day active family. As you tour the house and grounds, please follow along in this program. The areas are listed, numbered, and described in the order in which you will see them. There is helpful information on each page, including designer information, paint color names, and names of contractors used by the designer. We hope that you will find an area or two that inspires you to go home and give one of your own rooms a new look. Of course, you can always make an appointment with one of our designers! The Guild volunteers, our dedicated designers, and our landscape professionals make this springtime tradition possible. Willingly jumping into this effort are many loyal businesses, vendors, and contractors, as well as many others who offer special services. We encourage you to look at their advertisements and logos in this program. We hope that you will visit their places of business. Without their support, the Guild would not be able to carry out a project of this scope to benefit Eskenazi Health. St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild’s mission is to raise funds for the programs and services of Eskenazi Health. It is a Level I Trauma Center, and everyone in the community benefits from its organizational skills in the event of any public disaster. The men and women of Eskenazi offer superior heathcare for all, regardless of ability to pay. We are proud to support Eskenazi Health and its contribution to the entire community. As you explore the beautifully decorated rooms, remember that many of the items are available for purchase. Each room has a price list of items for sale. Landscapers may also have plantings available for purchase. Contact individual designers and landscapers for your purchases. After your tour of the house and grounds, we invite you to visit our Show House Shops and to have lunch or a snack at Café Maggie. Thank you for attending the 58th Annual Decorators’ Show House and Gardens. We hope you enjoy your visit and look forward to making it your yearly tradition.

Julie Qualkinbush, Co-General Chair; Karee Petruzzi, President; Susie Zabel, Decorator Chair; Kiersten Tully, Co-General Chair

Past Contributions to Eskenazi Health ..........................................5 Eskenazi Health Patient Stories ...................6 Achievement in Medicine Award ...............................................................9 In Memoriam................................................. 12 2019 Sponsors and Supporters ........................................................17 Thank You ..................................................... 20 History and Tour .......................................... 24 2018 Show House Awards ..........................60 Café Maggie Menu ......................................64 Show House Shops ......................................64 Index of Advertisers and Design Firms.................................................80 2019 DECORATORS’ SHOW HOUSE AND GARDENS 1


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St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild

Decorators’ Show House and Gardens

History of Contributions St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild has contributed over $13 million to Eskenazi Health since 1907 YEARS

FUNDED PROJECTS

1907–1919

Completely furnished two new Children’s Wards and funded 20 oil paintings and 33 canvas wall murals by renowned Indiana artists in the Children’s Wards

$30,000

1920–1929

Established and maintained the Occupational Therapy Department (OTD) (in cooperation with the Indianapolis Foundation) for adults and children.

$30,000

1930–1939

Established Mother’s Milk Station in a laboratory to pasteurize and freeze mothers’ milk for premature infants. Funded Occupational Therapy Department (OTD) and Children’s Wards.

$120,000

1940–1949

Painted and refurnished the Children’s Wards. Provided operating expenses and equipment for the OTD and Children’s Wards.

$190,000

1950–1959

Established the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department (PMRD) along with funding annual operating costs.

$252,500

1960–1969

Provided funding for renovation and equipment to Isolation Ward, Nurses’ Station, and new Nurseries. Established OT Unit; provided equipment for new Psychiatric Ward.

$305,600

1970–1979

Established the first complete Adult Burn Unit in Indiana, a joint project with the Indianapolis Fire Department. Funded renovations, operating costs, and equipment.

$688,300

1980–1989

Renovated/refurnished the Pediatric Wing; renovated the Special Care and Newborn Nurseries; refurbished the Labor/Delivery Units; renovated Physical Therapy (PT) Department treatment areas. Provided funding and equipment.

$1,852,600

1990–1999

Funded St. Margaret’s Diagnostic Breast Center; purchased a Mammography Unit. Provided a new Out-Patient Rehabilitation Center in the OT/PT Wing. Funded Women’s Healthcare Initiatives, Urgent Care Center and LDPR rooms. Created the Senior Care Program Rehabilitation Center.

$3,324,000

2000–2009

Funded the St. Margaret’s Center for Breast Health; Developed and funded the EMBRACE program, an integrated support program for women facing cancer; Purchased a Mobile Mammography Unit; Established the Haven of Hope, a support system of Eskenazi’s Trauma Center and the Fairbanks Burn Center; Provided funding for equipment and therapeutic programs.

$3,625,000

2010–present

Supported Haven of Hope and Center for Hope with forensic medical supplies, “Protecting Our Children” materials, furniture, and camera equipment to document abuse and trauma. Provided for summer group therapy at Midtown Children’s Center. Purchased golf carts to facilitate transporting patients in the hospital and across campus. Underwrote childbirth classes focusing on areas with the highest infant mortality rate. Supported Healthy Me and Stop Taking on Pounds, built raised garden beds, provided emergency co-pay assistance and durable medical equipment to senior citizens. Funded Limestone Falls. Purchased an eight-vehicle fleet including two ADA-accessible vans for use by Eskenazi Midtown Mental Health. Provided support for the Sandra Eskenazi Center for Brain Care Innovation. Recognized for the Guild’s contributions with the St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild Outpatient Pharmacy. Pledged $750,000 to the new Center for Nursing Excellence at Eskenazi Health.

$2,671,273

Total monies raised from 1907 to present (rounded)

MONIES RAISED

$13,089,273

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Eskenazi Health Patient Testimonals

Anna Kirkman – St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild Diagnostic Breast Center Three years ago, Anna Kirkman found out that she was BRCA1 positive. According to the National Cancer Institute, women in the general population have about a 12 percent chance of getting breast cancer; BRCA1 carriers have a 55 to 65 percent chance of developing breast cancer. Anna’s grandmother died at the age of 39 from breast cancer and her cousin was diagnosed at the age of 36. Anna was 29 years old when she found out she was predisposed to the same diagnosis She immediately started routine monitoring – mammograms and MRIs once or twice per year. A couple of years later, Anna became pregnant with her first child. While she was pregnant and nursing, she did not undergo routine imaging. After a 15-month hiatus, she resumed the standard monitoring and went in for a mammogram and MRI. Both tests came back abnormal and she was scheduled for two biopsies the following week. Her mind raced. She could not help but think of her now 9-month-old son. Anna’s biopsies were scheduled in the St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild Breast Center at Eskenazi Health. The greeter knew something was wrong when Anna showed up for another appointment a week after the imaging. She gave her a hug. “They made me feel cared for and like I had the support of the whole team,” Anna explained. Dr. Patterson, the breast radiologist, knew Anna was worried, and she worked to get the results back as quickly as possible. “She thought about how I was feeling,” Anna acknowledged. “Dr. Patterson demonstrated real empathy.” Thankfully, both of Anna’s biopsies were negative. She credits the care she received from the whole team at the breast center with helping her through that stressful time. “The St. Margaret’s Guild Breast Center is wonderful. From the woman who escorts people back, to the techs (Tina and Marla), to Dr. Patterson and Dr. Howell, I was really impressed with their attention to detail and focus on customer service. They were gentle, kind, patient and focused on doing things right, even when certain procedures were technically challenging. They kept me informed every step of the way during my imaging and subsequent biopsies. And they really know how to work together as a team. I would recommend the St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild Diagnostic Breast Center to anyone.”

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Eskenazi Health Patient Testimonals

Tyler Wilson – Smith Level I Shock Trauma Center and Prescription for Hope Tyler Wilson was admitted to the Smith Level I Shock Trauma Center in 2015, after being shot in the leg. He was referred to the Prescription for Hope program. “The program has kept me motivated,” Tyler explained. Prescription for Hope provided Tyler with food vouchers, transportation assistance, and emotional support throughout his recovery. Tyler worked tirelessly with the goal of being able to provide for his family again. “I knew there would be setbacks and with every success, there’s probably going to be a setback. It’s the same for everyone who has found themselves in the situation of trying to get their lives on track,” Tyler explains. Despite those setbacks, Tyler has never given up. He admits he has been frustrated at times and has faced many challenges, including resolving residual legal issues, finding employment, and becoming a father. Tyler acknowledges that “I had to change the way I think about issues I deal with.” Tyler recently earned his commercial driver’s license, graduated at the top of his class, and has had several job offers. He credits the staff of the Smith Level I Shock Trauma Center for helping him heal physically and Eskenazi Health’s Prescription for Hope program for helping him heal mentally and emotionally.

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Achievement in Medicine Award Generously sponsored by the Indiana Blood Center since 2006

The AIM Award,

given annually by St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild and sponsored by the Indiana Blood Center, honors a management-level member of the Eskenazi Health team who upholds the tradition of excellence in healthcare. This innovative, creative, and dedicated recipient was selected among many exceptional nominees from Eskenazi Health.

dr. mary ciccarelli Dr. Mary Ciccarelli is a Professor of Clinical Medicine and Clinical Pediatrics. She is a Med-Peds physician who has provided primary care for children and adults for over 25 years at the Eskenazi Health North Arlington Health Center. Dr. Ciccarelli is the founding Director of the Center for Youth and Adults with Conditions of Childhood. Together with the CYACC highly skilled interdisciplinary team, they have cared for over 2,000 youth to date. She is the lead clinician in a national collaborative network to improve care for children with medical complexity as well as the director of the Three Wishes Early Action for Autism project. Dr. Ciccarelli previously worked in primary care in both Maryland and Wisconsin. She is a devoted medical educator, having served as both residency director and vice chair for education for Indiana University School of Medicine. She is now focused on improving care for persons with disabilities across the life course, working on improved identification and management in a comprehensive system of care with successful transition in adult life. Among the many awards Dr. Mary Ciccarelli has received are: • Medicine Pediatric Program Directors Association Medicine Pediatric Leadership Award • IUSM Clinical Mentoring Award • ARC of Indiana Health Care Award • Glenn W. Irwin Jr, MD Award for Distinguished Faculty Service • Indianapolis Business Journal Healthcare Heroes Community Achievement in Health Care • Women and Hi Tech Leading Light Awards: Outstanding Educator Award in Science, Technology or Engineering Finalist • Division of General Medicine and Geriatrics Outstanding Teacher Award • Finalist, ACGME Parker J. Palmer Courage to Teach Award • Indiana University Teaching Excellence Recognition Award • Department of Medicine Distinguished Teacher Award While a native of New York, Dr. Mary Ciccarelli is the proud mother of four Hoosier children and recently became a newly minted grandma to baby Reggie!

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St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild: A Worthy Organization for a Worthy Cause

are you interested in joining st. margaret’s hospital guild? St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild is a volunteer organization comprised of dedicated women who are committed to raising funds for programs and services of Eskenazi Health. For the past 58 years, this has been accomplished by hosting the annual Decorators’ Show House and Gardens. The proceeds support some of the neediest of our neighbors. A group of dynamic women have fun serving on various Guild committees and participate in Decorators’ Show House and Gardens assignments. Members who work together develop lifelong friendships while raising funds for Eskenazi Health. For more information about membership, please email: decoratorshowhouseinfo@gmail. com or ask any host or hostess at the Show House or in Café Maggie. We would be more than happy to answer any questions you may have and share the St. Margaret’s story. mission statement St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild, Inc. is a volunteer organization committed to raising funds for the services and programs of Eskenazi Health.

St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild

was founded in 1907 by five women who formed a nonsectarian guild to provide care and support to Indianapolis’ City Hospital patients through direct service and fundraising projects. The Guild’s mission is the same today; only the name of the hospital has changed. Starting as City Hospital in 1855, the hospital has been known as Indianapolis General Hospital, Marion County General Hospital, Wishard Memorial Hospital, and today we all know it as Eskenazi Health. People often ask how the name of the Guild was chosen. St. Margaret, the daughter of ninth-century Prince Edward of Scotland, worked with the sick, the orphans, and the poor. Each year since 1962, St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild has organized the refurbishing of a classic home, opened the home for a two-week public tour, and donated the proceeds to Eskenazi Health. Since the Guild’s founding in 1907, it has raised over $13 million for Eskenazi Health, supporting the patients and professionals at our city’s public hospital. Proceeds from the Decorators’ Show House and Gardens allow SMHG to provide equipment for patients at Eskenazi Health. With your help, the Guild has funded the Burn Unit, sponsored two mobile mammography clinics, allowed for department renovations, initiated the Mother’s Milk Bank, and provided “Protecting Our Children” materials. SMHG has provided summer group therapy at Midtown Children’s Center, underwritten childbirth classes focusing on areas of highest infant mortality, purchased golf carts to help patients navigate the hospital campus, and supported the Haven of Hope. The Guild has helped build raised garden beds for patients’ use at the Sky Garden, supported Healthy Me for children, funded the Limestone Falls at the Commonground, and purchased an eight-vehicle fleet, including two ADA-accessible vans for use by Eskenazi Midtown Mental Health. Funds earned from the Decorators’ Show House and Gardens also provided support for the Sandra Eskenazi Center for Brain Care Innovation. Most recently, the Guild has pledged to support the Center for Nursing Excellence at Eskenazi Health. St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild is proud to be one of the pioneer volunteer groups in the City of Indianapolis. We are grateful to the designers, landscape architects, sponsors, individuals, corporations, and donors of in-kind services who make this annual event possible.

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In Memoriam The 2019 Decorators’ Show House and Gardens wishes to acknowledge the memory of our Life Members who were treasured friends and served St. Margaret’s Guild for many years. Their contributions to the Guild were greatly appreciated and helped us improve lives in the community. We will remember them always.

Anne Schuster Member since 1957

Cindy Oehrle Member since 1971

Anna Marie (Annarie) Cox Former Show House Designer

memorial contributions (as of March 19, 2019) In memory of Cindy Oehrle Sarah Barney Virginia Campbell Tom and Gretchen Hall Barbara House Kathy Kilroy and Michael Blades Alan and Anne Kimbell Robert and Barbara Neal Bob and Ann Oswald William and Gloria Riggs Peter and Gretchen Rogers Richard and Diane Silcox In memory of Jonathan D. Reynolds Cliff and Lisa Allen Mike and Amy Alley Michael Arnold Baare Corp. Judi and Phil Bounsall Mary and Daniel Brady Ellen Miller Brethauer Fred and Mary Caito John and Terri Click Kevin Conley Debra and John Dawson Patrick and Ellen Elward Jill and John Failey Molly Fenneman Jane Funke David Gilreath

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Mark and Kathleen Harrison Karen and Bruce Heldt Cassie Hicks William and Patricia Hirsch Mark M. Holeman, Inc./David Gorden Jennifer Holland Terry and Steve Holland Dwayne and Amy Isaacs Barbara and Patrick James Hans and Jeanie Jansen Bruce and Sherri Kehoe Jennifer Kelley Lara and Stephen Knitter Barney and Cindy Levengood Robert Loy Thomas Loudermilk Family Mary and Dan Lueders Linda Lugar Julie and Ted McGrew Bob Mead Kelley Merritt Paula Meyer John Miller/Culver Colleagues and Friends Jennie and Eric Moy Peggy and Squier Neal Sue Nelson Anne Nobles and David Johnson Gary and Linda Null Joel and Michelle Owens

Dean and Karee Petruzzi Jay and Kendra Porter Pam Rappaport William and Gloria Riggs Sharon Robinson-Reed Ruth Rodefeld Cristy Sagalowsky Richard and Diane Silcox Connie Slater Cynthia and Jeffrey Smith Frederick and Helen Stehman Patricia and Edward Todderud Employees of VEE Engineering David and Sandra Wampler Mark Wetzel Susan Woodhouse Mari Lee Worrell In memory of Anna Marie Cox Michael Arnold Bob Mead In memory of Thomas Cortese Frederick and Helen Stehman In memory of Joseph Flummerfelt Frederick and Helen Stehman Mary and Daniel Brady In memory of Ronald Renner Frederick and Helen Stehman


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St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild: 2018-2019 Members

St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild Founders’ Day Luncheon

Photograph by: Anne Buskirk, annebuskirk.com

Active/Advisory Members

Lisa Albertson Kristina Anderson Joan Ball Judy Barack Elizabeth Baxter – Corresponding Secretary Lisa Booher Judi Bounsall – DSH Treasurer Mary Brady Kim Brant – Guild Treasurer Ellen Brethauer – Co-President-Elect Susan Brown Jane Burgess Rachael Burt Irene Burt Anne Buskirk-Bailey Kerry Caito – IT Director Earlene Cook Judy Cosgrove Molly Creamer Pam Curtis – VP Membership Jody DeFord Julie DeWitt Roz Dick Janet Duncan Sharon Butsch Freeland Sara Freeman Deb Gibson Lynda Goeke – Development Co-Director Susan Graham

Mary Clare Hasbrook Joan Hilger Mary Margaret Hillenbrand Michelle Hipskind Patricia Hirsch Mary Holland – Co-President-Elect Kathleen House – Business Co-Director Mary Johnston Jane Jones Whitney Kinkel Angie Kiplinger Lisa Knipp Sonya (Sunni) Krull Kathleen McKinney Vanessa McTigue Kelley Merritt Amy Miller Molly Milton Jennie Moy – Program & Printing Director Margaret Murrmann – Design Director Peggy Neal Sue Nelson Lisa O’Connor Nancy Otto Karee Petruzzi – President Kristi Petruzzi – Functions Co-Director Mary Petruzzi LeAnnette Pierce

Julie Qualkinbush – Co-General Chair Jerrilyn Ramsey – Functions Co-Director Marilyn Renner Sue Roper – Business Co-Director Aly Schroeder – Promotions Director Vicki Scotto Patsy Skelton Connie Slater – House Management Director Lynne Smiley Sherrell Smith Denise Smith – Development Co-Director Stephanie Smith Terri Stauffer Helen Stehman Deborah Stoll Audrey Studley Donna Thormann Kirsten Tilev Patzetta Trice Kiersten Tully – Co-General Chair Elizabeth Urbanski Nicole Wawok Nanette Wiseman Susie Zabel – Decorator Chair

Life Members in Attendence Margaret Baranowski Liz Berg Becky Brammer Kaye Diener Rosemarie Eckman Margaret Fritz Phyllis Garrison Sarah Getts Lori Goldsby Sally Gray Barbara Hamilton Jennifer Kelley Dessie Partenheimer Koch Brenda Kyle Kathy McKinzie Diane Mikiska Karen Molitoris Jane Newcomb Jean Przybyla Betty Sterrett Georgia Strickland Pam Stuart Sue Thomson Anne Throop Ellen Williams Janice Williams

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Thom Filicia: Our 2019 Honorary Chair

“I’m thrilled to serve as the Honorary Chair for the 58th St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild Decorators’ Show House and Gardens. I hope that you will all join in celebrating local interior designers, landscape designers, contractors and for a wonderful cause–Eskenazi Health. Sending all of my love for a successful and beautiful show house!”

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Photographer: Nick Johnson

their support teams in refurbishing The Centennial Estate


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Decorators’ Show House and Gardens 2018-2019 Design Board

pictured left to right first row: Joan Hilger, Design Advisor; Karee Petruzzi, President;

Margaret Murrmann; Design Director; Kiersten Tully, Co-General Chair back row: Todd Otterman, Interior Designer; Josh Springer, Landscape Designer;

Matt Harris, Interior Designer; Susie Zabel, Decorator Chair; Diana Bryant, Interior Designer; Julie Qualkinbush, Co-General Chair

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In Appreciation of our Generous 2019 Sponsors

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Thank You to our Opening Night Party Sponsors

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Thank You to our Sponsors thank you for making the 2019 decorators’ show house and gardens possible PLATINUM ($25,000 AND UP) Emmis Communications WIBC/93.1 and B105.7 Eskenazi Health Foundation Stuart’s Moving and Storage, Inc. The National Bank of Indianapolis

DIAMOND ($15,000–$24,999) Delta Faucet Company/Brizo

GOLD ($10,000–$14,999)

Anne M. Buskirk, Photography Barnes & Thornburg, LLP Indianapolis Monthly Ruth Lilly Philanthropic Foundation

SILVER ($5,000–$9,999) A Classic Party Rental Benjamin Moore & Co. Gibraltar Design, Inc. Hoosier Portable Restrooms Kittle’s Design Studio McNamara Florist Nelson Alarm

BRONZE ($2,500–$4,999)

Francis Coppola Diamond Collection/Sofia Brut Rose Indiana Design Center Debbie and Ted Lilly** Joyce and John Reynolds** SYNLawn

CRYSTAL ($1,000–$2,499) Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Broadie** Cleve and Susan Brown* Irene Burt* Chaos Catering DeWitt & Shrader, P.C.* Elgin WaterCare Thom Filicia Kathleen and Larry House* Indy Car Experience Jennifer and Jim Kelley** Sunni Krull* 20   2019 DECORATORS’ SHOW HOUSE AND GARDENS

Marigold Clothing Mitchell Fabrics Jennie and Eric Moy* Karee and Dean Petruzzi* Kristi and David Petruzzi* Julie and Jeff Qualkinbush* Jerri and John Ramsey* St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church Somerset CPAs Dr. and Mrs. F. B. Stehman* Sun King Brewing Company Suzanne Thomas** Ukuta Wall Art Kim and Gary Warren**

BENEFACTOR ($500–$999)

Jeanne Bellish** Judi and Phil Bounsall* Jay and Becky Brammer** Stephanie and Craig Brater** Cameron Electric Sue L. Ciotti** Dr. and Mrs. Michael Coscia** Jim and Dixie Covert** Pam and Bob Curtis* Barbara Danquist** Steve and Janet’ Duncan* Sarah and Dick Getts** Deb and Jim Gibson* Terry and Steve Holland** Honeymoon / image + design, inc. Koorsen Fire and Safety Dan and Mary Lueders Max Katz Bag Company MediaFactory Dr. and Mrs. John Rufatto** St. Paul’s Episcopal Church KP Singh Connie Slater* Suzanne Kasler Interiors The Kroger Co. vineyard vines Nanette Wiseman*


CONTRIBUTOR ($250–$499) Charlene and Joe Barnette** Kitty Bartlett** Suzanne and Chuck Beard** Jim and Marilyn Beatty** Bill and Liz Berg** Mary and Dan Brady* Byrne’s Grilled Pizza Crown Liquors Susie and Jim Cumming** Jill and Bill Dale** Daniel and Mary Ann Fagan** Dorthea and Phillip Genetos** Lynda Goeke* and Don Katz Bonnie Heidt** Eric and Mary Margaret Hillenbrand* Mary and Jim Holland* Mary Johnston* J. McLaughlin Linda and Richard Kammen** Dessie Partenheimer Koch** Vanessa and Mark McTigue* Meijer N2 Publications Linda and Donald Neel** Nancy and John Null** Carol and Jim Phillips** Cathy and Jim Reed** Ruth and Jim Rodefeld** Sue and Ralph Roper* Jean Swisher** WFYI

SUPPORTER ($100–$249) Lisa Albertson* Deborah and Stephen Alexander** AmazonSmile David and Joan Ball* Judy Barack* Nancy and David Behrmann** Barbara Blakley** Joyce Boncosky** Ellen Miller Brethauer* Claude and Jane Burgess* Rachael and Robert Burt* Kerry and Matt Caito* Mert Campbell** Robin Coffee** Colleen and John Colvin** Tom and Nia Cortese** Jim and Judy Cosgrove* John and Molly Creamer* Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Davis**

Kevin and Jody DeFord* Kaye Diener** Kay Fagin** Jill and John Failey** Michael and Sharon Butsch Freeland* Susan Graham* Sally and David Gray** Susan and Ken Hall Patti Halloran** Barbara Hamilton** Harvest Coffee & Tea Joan and David Hilger* Kevin and Michelle Hipskind* William and Patricia Hirsch* Karen Jinnett** Mary Johnston* Alan and Ann Kimbell** Angie Kiplinger* Ronald and Renée Kniess** Lisa Knipp* Lara and Stephen Knitter** Barbara Kurtz** Hazel Lemen** Phyd Lentz** Jim and Pat Life** Amy Miller* Karen and Bruce Molitoris** Susan K. Moore** Frank and Susan Morton** Mosquito Authority Margaret Murrmann* Pat Nash** Peggy McKinney and Squier Neal* Jane and Roger Newcomb** Joan Nichols** James and Lisa O’Connor* Pam and Steve Rappaport** Brad and Julie Redman** Anne Riegner** Susan and John Risk** Haskell and Sandra Ross** Carolyn M. Schaefer** Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Schroeder* Denise Smith* Sherrell Smith* Stephanie Smith* Kitty and David Stoeppelwerth** Eric and Deborah Stoll* Ann R. Strong** Audrey Studley* Lou Ann Tabor** Bill and Barb Tait** The Fresh Market Donna and John Thormann*

* Denotes Active and Advisory Members of St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild ** Denotes Life Members of St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild

Kirsten Tilev* Matt and Kiersten Tully* Donna Walker** Julie Wood** Kevin and Susan Woodhouse** Ann Wright** Kim Young** Susie and Bob Zabel*

FRIEND ($1–$99)

Kristina Anderson* Margaret and John Baranowski** Elizabeth and Art Baxter* Lisa Booher* Lydia Brunner** Anne M. Buskirk-Bailey* Mary and Fred Caito** Mr. and Mrs. Reed Carlson** Earlene Cook* Lou Ann Cowie** Nancy Cronin** Joan Dann** Roz Dick* Jane Drake** Sara Freeman* Dr. and Mrs. Barry Glazer Deb Gorin** August and Anita Hardee Mary Clare Hasbrook* Jenny Holland** Barbara House** Jane Jones* Whitney Kinkel* Kathleen McKinney* Mark and Kathy McKinzie** Sally McMath** Diane H. Mikiska** Susan C. Morton** Madaline Mount** Sue Nelson* Tanya Stuart Overdorf** LeAnnette Pierce* Polly points Jean Przybyla** Marilyn Renner* Vicki Scotto* Patricia Sharp** Diane Silcox** Lynne Smiley* Sherrell Smith* Terri Stauffer* Elizabeth Urbanski* Nicole Wawok* Ellen and Steve Williams** 2019 DECORATORS’ SHOW HOUSE AND GARDENS 21


A Special Thank You Thank you to the people and businesses who have made contributions this year A Classic Party Rental Kevin Schwab

Everyday Paint & Wallpaper, Inc. Curt Rumer

Achievement in Medicine Award Eskenazi Selection Committee

Thom Filicia

David Baranyk Barnes & Thornburg LLP Eric Moy Jeff Qualkinbush Benjamin Moore & Co. Beth Maguire Jim Archer

Gibraltar Design, Inc. Brittany Black Daniel Burns Molly Mullen Daniel Ramirez Harvest Coffee & Tea Larry French

Meridian-Kessler Neighborhood Association Chelsea Marburger Mosquito Authority Scott Langdon N2 Publishing Caroline Mosley Brandon Powell Peggy and Squier Neal

Holiday Luncheon Committee

Nelson Alarm David Nikrant

Blue K Security Mike and Kathy McClary

Honeymoon image+design Mike and Rhonda Fasig

Random Acts of Flowers Lindsay Potter

Katie Burk

Hoosier Portables Restrooms Inc. Jamie Hunter

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

Cameron Electric Rich Beckom Matt Beckom Carmel Trophies, Awards & Gifts Charlie Cave II Cat Stumpp Designs Delta Faucet Company/Brizo Paula Warner Design Board 2019 Diana Bryant, Interior Designer Matt Harris, Interior Designer Todd Otterman, Interior Designer Josh Springer, Landscape Designer Eastside Voice Paula Nicewanger Elgin WaterCare Douglas Hull Emmis Communications Keith Phillips Kristin Sims Mike Botkin Indianapolis Monthly Emmis Marketing Group B105.7, WIBC/93.1 FM John McCurdy John Long Eskenazi Health Lisa Harris, M.D., CEO Michelle O’Keefe Eskenazi Health Foundation Ernie Vargo II, CEO Julie Rowlas, COO Ashley Sowders Kristin Hyde 22 2019 DECORATORS’ SHOW HOUSE AND GARDENS

Illinois Street Food Emporium Vivian Farris Indiana Blood Center Charles Miraglia, M.D. Jennifer Jones Marie Keyler Indiana Design Center Andrea Kleymeyer Indiana School for the Blind & Visually Impaired Martha Gilcrest INside INdiana Business Mary-Rachel Redman Debbie and Ted Lilly

Show House Shops Twisted Sisters Heart Change Soaps Pretty Cute Things H. J. Spier Co., Inc. John David Null Stuart’s Moving and Storage, Inc. Tony Stuart Jackie Stuart SYNLawn Lorraine Phillips Vavul The National Bank of Indianapolis Ann M. Merkel

MfM Marketing + Communications, Inc. Mary Foote Morris

The Secret Ingredient Inc. Jeanne Rush Susi Eckert

Maggie Awards Kathleen House

WFYI Julie Apple

Marigold Clothing Linda Shikany Elizabeth Shikany Mark M. Holeman, Inc. David Gorden Rich Blankenship Ben Edington Mike Roth McNamara Florist Toomie Farris MediaFactory Dave Carroll Meijer Connie Castro

Many heartfelt thanks to all the contractors and subcontractors who went above and beyond to make this project possible. We extend a very special thank you to all our Maggies’ husbands and families who support us as we work on this worthwhile project. We would also like to thank the homeowner and her extended family, who support our mission. We apologize for any inadvertent omissions.


A History of 4160 Washington Boulevard

The Tudor Revival house at 4160 Washington Boulevard was built in 1919 by Clark E. Mallery and Roberta Spellman Mallery. Mr. Mallery was one of the founders of the American Garment Company, a manufacturer of women’s clothing. The architectural firm hired to design the 9,163-square-foot home and supervise its construction was that of Preston C. Rubush and Edgar O. Hunter. Established in 1905 and active until 1939, the company designed more than 250 structures during its 34 years of existence, including the Circle Theatre, Columbia Club, Indiana Theatre, Indiana State Fairgrounds Coliseum, and the Madam C. J. Walker Building, as well as numerous residences. The north side of the house was built on an angle to save a mature tree that stood in the path of the north wing of the house. This angled design feature makes the house unique among the many grande dames that were built in the Meridian-Kessler and Butler-Tarkington neighborhoods during this time period. In 1922, the Mallerys sold the property to Abram Lazarus Block, a merchant who was also active in numerous community affairs and charitable organizations. Mr. Block was the owner and president of L. Strauss & Co., an upscale men’s clothing store. In addition, he was the founder of the Circle Theatre, part owner of the Indiana Theatre, and chairman of the board of the company that built the Circle Tower Building. He and his wife, Rachel Fischel Block, purchased the residence for their only child, Miriam Block Lyon and her family. The Blocks’ granddaughter, Alma Block Lyon, was the only child to live in the residence during its first six decades of existence. In 1928, Woodbury Treat Morris and Mary Florence Malott Morris became the third owners of the property. Woodbury was the Indiana representative of the Domhoff and Joyce Company of Cincinnati, Ohio. Mrs. Morris was the daughter of Volney Thomas Malott, president of Indiana National Bank. Newspaper accounts of the day indicate that many lavish parties were held in the home during their residency. In 1958, Samuel Patrick Solomon and Opal Stillwell Solomon became the fourth owners of 4160 Washington Boulevard. Mr. Solomon owned the Wilson Furniture Company for 40 years. His wife continued to operate the company after his death. In 1978, Thomas Francis Skehan and Ann Theresa Reynolds Skehan purchased the home from Mrs. Solomon. Mr. Skehan was a manager at Union Carbide Co. The Skehans’ children were the first to live in the home since Alma Block had left, half-a-century earlier. It was during this period that 4160 Washington Boulevard was first featured as the Decorators’ Show House. A rendering of the residence by KP Singh was done for the cover of the 1980 program. In 1983, Max and Barbara Danner became the sixth owners of 4160 Washington Boulevard. Mr. Danner was the chairman of the board and CEO of Danners, Inc.. He died in 1985. Barbara has lovingly maintained the house longer than any of the other five homeowners. She, her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren continue to enjoy the house today. In 2008, the area in which the home is located, Washington Park, was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. The district includes the properties from the north side of East 40th Street to the south side of East 43rd Street and from the west side of North Pennsylvania Street to the west side of Central Avenue. St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild is grateful that Mrs. Danner and her family have agreed to open this wonderful home to the public for the 58th Decorators’ Show House and Gardens. The Centennial Estate turns 100 years old in 2019, so it is a perfect time to celebrate the home’s beautiful architecture and grounds, while at the same time raising funds for a worthy cause. The history of the property and its owners was researched by Guild member Sharon Butsch Freeland. 24 2019 DECORATORS’ SHOW HOUSE AND GARDENS


former owner bequeathed art to st. margaret’s hospital guild In 1936, Abram Block, the home’s previous owner, passed away. In his will, he bequeathed ten large oil paintings by wellknown Hoosier artists Clifton Wheeler and Otto Stark to St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild. The paintings, which were depictions of Mother Goose rhymes, had formerly hung in Mr. Block’s store, L. Strauss & Co., at the corner of Washington and Illinois Streets. In a ceremony the following year, St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild donated the artwork to City Hospital, the name by which today’s Eskenazi Health was known at that time. The paintings were subsequently mounted on the walls of the hospital’s children’s ward. No one could have imagined in 1936 that the home once owned by Mr. Block would help St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild support the hospital’s work in 1980 and again in 2019.

Above: KP Singh illustration of the 1980 Decorators’ Show House. Right: The residence under construction in 1919.

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LANDSCAPE A

Boulevard Garden AREA DESCRIPTION The classical boulevard wall pillars and their planters blend with the more modern styling of the new patio area in the Architect’s Sanctuary of the front side garden by filling in the voids in the view of the north property line with varying height and seasonal color of arborvitae, Cleveland Pear, Sunset Maple, and smaller flowering trees, while still showcasing the Siberian Spruce unique to this estate. The irreplaceable established ivy and beautiful lawn is accented with low level color of selected perennials that do not detract from the Tudor stylings.

vohland nursery 2085 Moscow Road, Greensburg, IN 47240 (812) 663-7773 coachburry.drg87@gmail.com vohlandnursery.com

burrhaus builders 8935 N. Meridian Street, Suite 225, Indianapolis, IN 46260 (812) 593-4056 coachburry.drg87@gmail.com Vohland Nursery has been installing the highest quality gardens, walls, and patios for homes and estates in southeastern Indiana and the Indianapolis area since 1930. Chuck Vohland is a third-generation owner. Owner and designer, Mark Burry, has partnered with Chuck since 1993. After 25 years of teaching and coaching near Greensburg and the nursery, Mark has moved to the Forest Hills neighborhood and is growing Vohland’s presence in Indianapolis. Dustin Morris focuses on aesthetics, function, and ecology as he brings a strong sense of design and a passion for problem-solving to all of his projects. Dustin is highly skilled with the digital technologies necessary to create effective graphic representations of his landscape designs. Dustin and Mark design complete outdoor spaces installed collaboratively by BurrHaus Builders and Vohland Nursery.

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Architect’s Sanctuary AREA DESCRIPTION The right-side patio design blends the lines and angles of this historic Tudor design with radii and arcs that balance the views from all angles as the linear home blends into the gentle curves of the spacious front lawn and ivy gardens. The design creates a hidden oasis that combines quiet views of the front lawn and its gardens with softening sounds of the elegant estate fountain. The fountain is central to the walkways that join the patio to the front entrance and the front lawn. The views from nearly every front window are classical and elegant.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Reading Rock; Rosie’s Garden, Fountains; BernHaus Furniture

vohland nursery 2085 Moscow Road, Greensburg, IN 47240 (812) 663-7773 coachburry.drg87@gmail.com vohlandnursery.com

burrhaus builders 8935 N. Meridian Street, Suite 225, Indianapolis, IN 46260 (812) 593-4056 coachburry.drg87@gmail.com

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Under the Opined Pine AREA DESCRIPTION The “Opined” White Pine sets the tone for the entire space with its elegant branching and uniquely shaped canopy that could only be earned after decades of battle with old man winter. Under the Opined Pine is a free-flowing, organicshaped garden space with color for all seasons. The garden is highlighted with a specimen Japanese Maple and a custom one-of-a-kind bubbling boulder.

property pros land management, llc 1200 E. Broadway Street, Fortville, IN 46040 (317) 482-3111 office@propertyproslm.com propertyproslm.com Property Pros Land Management is a full-service design and build firm ready to take on all of your design, construction, and maintenance needs. We specialize in the design and installation of plantings, patios, pools, walkways, water features, fire features, outdoor kitchens, and landscape lighting. This is the fourth year that Property Pros has been happy to participate in the Decorators’ Show House and Gardens.

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Front Terrace AREA DESCRIPTION Sitting back off the street, the terrace allows a certain amount of privacy for entertaining or enjoying a glass of wine with a good book. The elegant furniture provides great comfort, as well as complementing the house in a softer way. An off-white finish was chosen to complement the soft blue Sunbrella fabric. This is accented by toss pillows to provide that final touch. To give balance to the terrace, three separate areas were selected: four chairs around a cocktail-height table; two motion lounge chairs with ottoman accompanied by an end table and two small lounge chairs; and finally, an end table with console table for serving.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Thanks to Sundown Gardens for the pots and beautiful floral arrangements.

especially wicker, llc Studio by appointment 5035 Beaumont Way N. Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46250 (317) 577- 5755 vm@especiallywickerllc.com Marilyn Krueger and Vicki Goode founded and opened Especially Wicker in November 1987 in Nora Corners. In 1989, needing more showroom space, they moved to 2727 E 86nd Street. The final move was to purchase and remodel property at 4025 E. 82nd Street in 2007. In 2015, their retail space was purchased, but Vicki and Marilyn continued the business, representing the same middle and high-end manufactures of indoor and outdoor furniture. Although their main concentration is the central part of Indiana, over the past 31 years they have worked on projects in 39 states, three foreign countries, and four islands. They look forward to even more happy clients.

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Foyer AREA DESCRIPTION The colors were selected to pop and brighten the space against the backdrop of the wood paneling, making it a welcoming foray into the home. The space shows how you can re fresh an older home with current colors, art, and furnishings.

PAINT COLORS Benjamin Moore — Pacific Grove Pink 889

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Pinnacle Painting; Silk Mountain; Wendy Franklin, artist; Palm Court Design Floral

kittle’s design studio 8600 Allisonville Road, Indianapolis, IN 46250 (317) 849-5300, Ext. 1212 Lhayes@kittles.com Lisa Hayes has participated in previous Decorators’ Show House and Gardens and has been published in Indianapolis Monthly. Her interiors showcase the proficiency of Kittle’s Studio designers, whose expertise can transform a room into a unique personal living space.

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Dining Room AREA DESCRIPTION A formal, yet approachable, dining room designed with the modern homeowner in mind. Tradition blended with an updated, fresh feel allows the space to be sophisticated as well as livable. The palette of blues, taupes, creams, soft grays, paired with polished nickel and gold metals, balances warm and cool tones. Custom wallpaper above the wainscoting was inspired by a watercolor fabric trim and draws the eye up. The combination of commissioned artwork, handpainted details on furniture, and a locally made custom table add hand-crafted elements to create a space that is truly individual.

PAINT COLORS Benjamin Moore—Woodwork: Cape Hatteras Sand AC-34

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Kinder Electric; KBD Drapery Workroom; Ukuta Wall Arts; Circa Lighting; Bernhardt Furniture; Donald Mee Designs; Randy’s Upholstery; Joseph’s Oriental Rug Imports; Real Faux Finishes; Patti Paris Art & Decorative Finishes; Wendy Franklin; Clients Smith and Bremner; Raul Najarro; David Kemp

compass design, llc Stutz Business Center 212 W. 10th Street, Suite B400, Indianapolis, IN 46202 (317) 865-1544 | cell: (317) 417-0770 compassdesignservices@yahoo.com compassdesignservices.com As owner of Compass Design, with a B.S. in Interior Design and over 18 years of professional experience, Stacy Thompson uses her expertise in design to create innovative interior spaces. Compass Design, LLC, is a dedicated and hardworking firm, specializing in residential and small commercial projects. Home ReVisions, a business partner, collaborated on this project. Susie Bibler, owner, has over 15 years of experience in the design field. Associate Designer, Jessica Gallagher, has over three years of experience working with our firms and has participated in the past three show houses. This will mark the 14th year of participation for Compass Design, LLC in the Decorators’ Show House and Gardens.

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The Nook AREA DESCRIPTION The design challenge for this space was to hide all the ceiling changes of bulk heads plus the openings—one window and four egresses— within a very small space. The room is to be used for intimate conversation, cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and overflow dining with large gatherings. As you step into the room, the dark gray walls and ceiling create a visual interest to the space and hide the many ceiling elevations, drawing your attention away from the egresses. The custom server and custom table were designed as functional furnishings for the space. “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication” —Leonardo Da Vinci

PAINT COLORS Benjamin Moore—Amherst Gray HC-167

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Electrical Enterprises, Inc.; Pennville Custom Cabinetry; Osborn Design & Craft; Professional Plastering and Drywall

db interiors, llc 4320 N. Meridian Street, Indianapolis, IN 46208 (317) 410-0085 dbinteriorsusa@gmail.com dbinteriorsusa.com db interiors is a full-service residential and small commercial design firm that includes all phases of interior design—schematic, design documents, construction documents, interiors, kitchen and bath design, furnishings, cabinetry, fixtures, window treatments, and accessories. As the owner, Diana Bryant holds a degree in interior design with more than 20 years of experience from conceptual design to completion. Diana’s portfolio includes publications both nationally and locally. This year marks Diana’s 11th year to participate in the Decorators’ Show House and Gardens and in past years has earned her honors with the Key Award, ASID Awards, Maggie’s Award, and People’s Choice Awards.

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The Mud Room AREA DESCRIPTION The mud room is a transition from the outside world into the home’s interior. We used a mixture of natural materials with a more tailored look. Unique open and closed storage, along with a durable natural slate floor and live edge walnut shelving, were used to handle life’s challenges. We maximized storage, while making the room feel as open and inviting as possible.

PAINT COLORS Benjamin Moore —Walls: Amazon Soil 2115-30; Cabinet: Duxbury Gray HC163

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS A2Z Construction; Designer’s Market, Inc; Indiana Lighting Center, Inc.; Carmel Glass & Mirror

misch/bobrick 3952 E. 79th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46240 (317) 430-1835 mischbobrick.com

brown design, llc 13670 Seasons Bend, Carmel, IN 46032 (317) 590-0063 browndesignllc.com Reed Bobrick, R.I.D., ASID Allied is co-founder and principal designer of award-winning Misch/ Bobrick Design. With 38 years in high-end residential, architectural, and commercial design, Reed has created luxurious interiors from coast to coast. His awardwinning projects have been featured in numerous national, regional, and local publications. This will be Reed’s ninth year of participation in the Decorators’ Show House and Gardens. Jeremy Brown has been designing interiors, space planning, and building furniture for nearly two decades. A graduate of Purdue University’s Interior Design program, Jeremy brings a unique perspective to design and custom furniture building, where functionality meets well-appointed style.

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Timeless Kitchen: A Lesson in History AREA DESCRIPTION Given the historic nature of this Tudor beauty, the design approach was one of respect for the existing architecture: to create a design that is timeless, understated, and appropriate. The design goal for this kitchen was for it to feel as if it has always been here. Therefore, cues for the cabinetry were taken from details of the historic home’s existing cabinetry, built-ins, paneling, and wainscoting. Grounding the space is a natural blue slate in a large hexagon format. A complementary historic soapstone was used for the counters. To provide a contemporary counterpoint, a matte brass Italian light fixture anchors the island. PAINT COLORS Benjamin Moore—Trim: Cape Hatteras Sand AC-34; Walls: Tapestry Beige 975

BRIZO® The pull-down faucet from the Litze® Kitchen Collection by Brizo in the Brilliance® Luxe Gold™ finish creates a modern, geometric statement with a unique angled spout architecture. Textured knurling detail on the wand and handle celebrates the beauty of craftsmanship. SmartTouch® Technology allows you to activate the water with a simple tap to the faucet body, spout, or handle.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Wrightworks, LLC; Ferguson; Nathan Alan Design; Cathedral Marble & Granite; Kinder Electric; Delta Faucet; DEW Designs

mw harris, llc 6225 Spring Mill Road, Indianapolis, IN 46260 (317) 250-3921 Matt@MWHarris.net Matthew Harris has been providing design services, both architectural and interior, in the Indianapolis area for almost 30 years. Architectural services range from projects as small as a bathroom renovation, to major renovations and additions, to projects as large as designing new construction homes. A signature aspect of his work is being involved in every detail from start to finish: from the conceptual design to interior finishes and furnishings. This creates a completed cohesive design statement.

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West Entrance AREA DESCRIPTION Considered by many to be the crossroads of the house, the West Entrance sees a great deal of foot traffic. The iron and wood orb chandelier provides a counterpoint to the elegant custom-designed white marble center hall table below. Privet green walls bring the color of nature inside, while complementing the oak paneling. Minimal artwork pays homage to the prominent architectural firm of Rubush & Hunter, designers of this historic home.

PAINT COLORS Benjamin Moore—Century Privet-7 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Designer’s Market, Inc; Fabricut; Indiana Lighting Center, Inc.; Joseph’s Oriental Rug Imports; Rusomarov Painting Inc.; Santarossa Mosaic and Tile; Stout Fabrics; The Trade Resource; Benjamin Moore Paints

wright interiors 1137 Questover Circle, Indianapolis, IN 46228 (317) 730-0733 wrightinteriors@gmail.com Catherine Wright, Allied ASID, is an award-winning veteran of the Decorators’ Show House and Gardens with over 30 years of experience. Also a Life Member of St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild, Catherine believes in using her talent to give back to the community through financial support and service. With clients from Michigan to Florida, Wright Interiors offers complete interior design and consultations services for residential and commercial projects.

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Guest’s Powder Room AREA DESCRIPTION The guest’s powder room could easily be overlooked as just a tiny utilitarian space. But designers Maryellen Hodapp and Christy Soldatis have brought this “important” space to its elegant potential by blending rich color, fine fabrics, classic trim, and marbleized wallpaper, making it the eye-catching gem of the first floor. By duplicating the original mirrored medicine cabinet above the new corner sink, adding champagne bronze fixtures, and sprucing up the original tile floor, they have added just the right sparkle to this dramatically transformed tiny space.

PAINT COLORS Benjamin Moore—Overcoat CC-544 DELTA® The geometric design of the Delta Dryden™ bath faucet and accessories, shown in Champagne Bronze™ finish, harkens back to the Art Deco period. Featuring Touch2O.xt® Technology, the WaterSense®labeled bath faucet operates three ways: manually with the handle, with a simple tap anywhere on the spout or handle, or by placing your hands near the faucet. The Delta Foundations® toilet features a slow close seat. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Yaelos Painting; Protect and Preserve Painting; Professional Plumbing Solutions; Kinder Electric; The Sassy Handyman; Donna Helm; Theresa Johnson; Grout Solutions; The Trade Resource; Tim Zigler

sassy green interiors, llc 275 N. Main Street, Zionsville, IN 46077 (317) 344-0258 | sassygreeninteriors.com sassygreeninteriors@gmail.com Sassy Green Interiors is a full-service design firm specializing in residential design and renovations. Maryellen Hodapp founded the design firm in 2009, adding the skills of husband Michael, “The Sassy Handyman,” as a service of Sassy Green Interiors. Maryellen invited Interior Designer Christy Soldatis to the team in 2017. Together their design approach is client inspired and professionally curated. Appreciation for the “beauty in the mix” is a key element in their pursuit of a personalized space so that the outcome of each project is aesthetically pleasing and functions well for their clients.

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The NEW Library AREA DESCRIPTION The NEW Library celebrates “experience,” dramatic art, and SMART technology. Gone are bookshelves overflowing with books, magazines, photos, and memorabilia. In their place, hand-painted Japanese paper panels hang in each bookcase and on the windows, surrounding you in dramatic swaths of black and crimson. A custom-built television, iPad, iPhone, and Virtual Reality headgear provide the necessary trappings for connection to the world at large. Early to Mid-20th Century furnishings join choice examples of Japanese craft, creating a totally immersive and arresting interior.

PAINT COLORS Benjamin Moore—Ceiling: Pearlescent White-01

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS RJE Knoll; The Premier Group; Joseph’s Oriental Rug Imports; Michael Glen Bell; Shoko Schutte and Sho-Arts; Easter Conservation Services; The Gentleman Soldier; Kalleen & Company

kalleen & company, llc 6928 Central Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46220 (317) 987-4233 chip.kalleen@sbcglobal.net | kalleenandcompany.com

the gentleman soldier 5815 Lawrence Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46226 (317) 331-5146 dwha1863@aol.com | thegentlemansoldier.com Chip Kalleen, ASID, graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a B.S. in Interior Design. He is noted for a clean and edited “look” with special attention paid to the scale and proportion of each space. Custom furniture design and art selection highlight his signature work. Duane W. H. Arnold, Ph.D, was educated in America and Europe and holds a doctorate from the University of Durham, U.K. He founded The Gentleman Soldier in 1997, specializing in international militaria and fine art.

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Modern Sunroom AREA DESCRIPTION This room, featuring the original tile, overlooks two sides of the luscious back yard. The black and white rug neutralizes the terra cotta color floor. A pale paint color helps showcase the beautiful back yard and vegetation. A gold coin colored sofa adds a huge impact for this dramatic sunroom. The room has been grouped not only for easy access to the back yard, but also for keeping the view unobstructed. A custom piece of art, designed and painted by renowned artist Phil O’Malley, is showcased on the east wall.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS A & D Design; Capel Rugs; Designer’s Market, Inc.; Houseworks; Mr. Marble; Osborne & Little Fabrics; Phil O’Malley, artist; h.josephine HOME, Mandy Skelton

design works (317) 514-8259 dezignwrks@aol.com insta: designworks Todd Otterman brings more than 20 years of knowledge and experience to the Decorators’ Show House and Gardens. His work has been published both locally and nationally. His accolades include many Key Awards, ASID awards, and People’s Choice Awards. He offers a full-service Design Service, including new construction, residential design, and renovations.

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The Poet’s Corner AREA DESCRIPTION When the designer walked into the room, she imagined a multi-functional entertaining space. Her goal was to create a thoughtful, beautiful living space that evokes feelings of comfort and culture. The colors selected enhance the natural lighting throughout the space and complement each individual material chosen. This space takes advantage of the historical architectural elements that existed and combines them with the playfulness and brightness of modern design.

PAINT COLORS Benjamin Moore—Walls: Snowbound SW7004

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Verellen; Cisco Brothers; Vintage Finds

haus love interiors 5901 N. College Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46220 (317) 601-6521 HeidiWoodman@ilovehaus.com ilovehaus.com Haus Love is an interior design company that has been practicing full time design since 2015. Heidi Woodman and her design team help to create inviting, functional homes where each project is tailored to the client. Although Haus Love has a definite brand, their goal is to take on the personality and soul of each individual. With a background in fine arts, Heidi has been a part of the design community for 10 years.

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Second Floor Gallery and Landing AREA DESCRIPTION The design process for this area began with the drapery fabric, a piece of artwork in itself. Because the area has a great expanse of wall space, it is a perfect gallery for original artwork by well-known artist Melinda Speer-Huff and the floor screen created by local artist Douglas David. Those surroundings make a great space to escape and enjoy the beautiful view out the front windows or sit in the chairs and take in the many pieces of art. The unique architecture of the beams, stairway railing, and paneling are complemented by the paint color.

PAINT COLORS Benjamin Moore— Beacon Gray 2128-60

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Adam Pattee; Only One Painter; Benjamin Moore Paints; Douglas David; Melinda Speer-Huff; Joseph’s Oriental Rug Imports; Osborne and Little Fabrics; Pindler & Pindler Fabrics; TT Renovations; Clark’s White Glove Delivery

diane hallquist interior design 6426 N. College Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46220 (317) 257-9339 dmhallquist@gmail.com The design work of Diane Hallquist blends all the necessary elements to make each project a unique reflection of the client. Whether it is touches of elegant tradition, a transitional flair, or splashes of contemporary, all are styles she uses to meet each client’s preference. Numerous awards have been given to her by the public and by colleagues who have recognized her creative approach.

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Artist’s Loft AREA DESCRIPTION The unexpected neutral lavender walls provide the perfect backdrop for the Artist’s Loft and portrait gallery. Inspired by the mural of a classic Greek goddess, the studies and portraits that adorn the walls tell the story of many of Indianapolis’ leading artistic personalities as interpreted by nationally acclaimed artist, Rita Spalding. The modern leather chaise invites the artist to catnap and revive her creative inspirations. The eclectic accessories and oddities are curated by Pimbleberry.com and pay homage to the original era of the home.

PAINT COLORS Benjamin Moore—Slip AF-605 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Rita Spalding, Fine Artist; Julie Clary of Mitchell Fabrics; Silver Crow Studios; Clark’s White Glove Delivery; Ukuta Wall Arts; Pimbleberry.com

thomas & jayne interior design 200 S. Rangeline Road, Suite 221-A, Carmel, IN 46032 (317) 695-4519 thomasjayne.com Tom Korecki brings more than 20 years of experience to the Decorators’ Show House and Gardens. After designing interiors for a prominent local homebuilder, he launched his own firm with his sister, Jayne Reed. Jerald Faulstich joined the firm following a long career as a Wall Street banker. His passion for historic architecture and skill in furniture restoration and interior design are welcome additions to the firm. Thomas & Jayne Interior Design is a full-service design firm specializing in creating inspired familyfriendly interiors from traditional to modern, serving clients with busy lifestyles and a keen appreciation for homes that are both artful and functional. This is their 11th year with the Decorators’ Show House.

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Mid-Century Artisan Apartment AREA DESCRIPTION The Mid-Century Artisan Apartment is made up of three areas in one very large space. Rumor has it that the room was once a ballroom! The living room area contains a sleekly sophisticated three-piece sectional and two functional, yet fabulous, leather lounge chairs. The dining room area has a small, multi-use dining table with four organically shaped dining chairs. To the rear is a complete bedroom with a metal platform bed. Neutral tones dominate, but navy and teal accents elevate the space. The vibe is sleek, yet timeless, incorporating both the geometric and minimalist lines that define mid-century modern styling.

PAINT COLORS Benjamin Moore—Silver Fox 210850

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Sean Eichenberg, Pinnacle Painting; Greg Stone, Shelby Upholstering and Interiors

ethan allen 4025 E. 82nd Street, Indianapolis, IN 46250 (317) 842-8101 susie.clase@ethanallen.com For 87 years, Ethan Allen has meant quality custom furnishings for the home. Our commitment remains that 70% of our offerings are manufactured in our North American workshops. At Ethan Allen, we only carry Ethan Allen furniture. The design team is proud to participate in our sixth Decorators’ Show House and Gardens. In the past, we have been honored to receive multiple awards including the coveted People’s Choice Award. This year’s team of Susie Clase, Linda Denney, and Mary Larson are pleased to represent Ethan Allen and to be a part of St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild’s valuable contribution to Eskenazi Health.

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Modern Composition Family Room AREA DESCRIPTION This space was inspired by today’s active family, a place to disconnect from the outside world and a place to reconnect with each other. It is a place to watch favorite movies, listen to music, play a board game, or work on your strategic skills with a game of chess. Taking inspiration from the 20th century Dutch master Piet Mondrian paintings, the room is painted in a crisp white and has two accent walls with textured wallpaper. Just like the artist’s most famous works, black and bright colors are featured throughout this space. Bright “blocks” of color add just the right amount of composition!

PAINT COLORS Benjamin Moore—Decorator’s White CC-20; Caribbean Blue Water 2055-30; Electric Orange 2015-10; Eccentric Lime 2027-30

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Augustine Montalvo at V&R Painting LLC; Calligaris; Della Robbia; Thayer Coggin; Huppe; BDI; Younger Furniture; Tricia; Innovation; Mini Forms; Elite Modern; Lazar; Leftbank Art; Fanimation; Creative Accents; Chandra; John Winsatt, J&J Decorating

houseworks 4905 E. 82nd Street, Indianapolis, IN 46250 (317) 578-7000 Store Manager, Brian McIntosh, has been designing commercial and residential spaces across Indianapolis for over two decades. Brian feels that the most successful projects are when the designer facilitates the client’s vision, not his own. Most people know what they like, they just need guidance in creating it. Designer Tessie Ayers completed her Master of Interior Architecture from Chatham University in Pittsburgh and has focused on Modern and Contemporary design for the past 8 years. She loves working with clients to create a unique atmosphere that captures the family’s personality and functionality. The use of color sets the tone in her designs.

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The Sleeping Quarters AREA DESCRIPTION There is something enduring and whimsical about rooms featuring multiple beds, as numerous children’s stories illustrate. A collection of beds reads youthful and fun, daring its inhabitants to jump from mattress to mattress or to exchange ghost stories late into the night. The sleeping quarters feels youthful, but also stylish and congruent with the overall design of the home. With its Tudor architecture, the house lends itself to charming English decor that fits perfectly within the cozy and somewhat irregularly shaped rooms. Vintage-inspired pieces combine with more modern elements to create an effortlessly curated look. This space reminds us of what thoughtful design can achieve: a sense of togetherness, a reminder to play.

PAINT COLORS Benjamin Moore—Cloud White OC-130

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Calico Indy; The Blind Man

shine design 8594 E. 116th Street, Suite 50, Fishers, IN 46038 (317) 572-5546 sunshine@shinedesigninteriors.com shinedesigninteriors.com Shine Design Interiors got its start in 2007, when Sunshine Brooks decided to take her passion for creating effortlessly comfortable, eclectic, and beautiful spaces to the next level. Over the years, Shine Design has grown from a one-woman venture to a three-person design team with a brick-and-mortar storefront. The Shine Design team is committed to working closely with their clients to create beautiful spaces. Their designs are a reflection of their personal tastes and revolve around the family’s lifestyle. They believe a well-designed home is more than how it looks: It’s how it makes you feel.

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The Toren, Reinventing Amsterdam AREA DESCRIPTION This space was inspired by designer Julie Boutilier’s trip to Amsterdam, where she stayed at the visionary hotelier Eric Toren’s Hotel TwentySeven. The room is true European-style, filled with luxury and jewel-toned colors which make the room feel like a regal escape. Sleek and shiny surfaces are intermixed with luxurious fabrics, soft furnishings, and window treatments. Shades of gold, green, deep plum, rose, and grey are used in exciting combinations throughout the room. The wallcovering is a breathtaking statement above the fireplace. Potted trees enliven the space and bring the beautiful landscape indoors.

PAINT COLORS Benjamin Moore—Walls: White Dove OC-17; Trim: Ashen Tan 996; Secondary Trim: Space Black 2119-10; Ceiling: Colling Wood OC-28

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Osborne and Little; Designer’s Guild; Duralee; Uttermost; Masland Carpets; Theodore Alexander; 2nd Chance; Randy’s Upholstery; Elk; Arteriors; Clark’s White Glove Delivery; Eastern Accents; Franklin Bros. Wallcoverings; Dave Kemp; Mayan Art and Marble; Julian Chichester; Kravet; Annabelle Schafer

cornerstone interiors 1747 Massachusetts Avenue, Indianapolis IN 46201 (317) 986-6601 cornerstoneinteriors@gmail.com csidesignteam.com Cornerstone Interiors was founded locally in 1986 and now services clients nationally. Cornerstone specializes in a wide range of residential and commercial design projects. Julie Boutilier, owner and lead designer, is an Allied Member of ASID and won 1st Place and Best in Show for the 2013 Indiana Chapter ASID Excellence in Design Award, 2017 ASID People’s Choice Award, and the 2017 ASID Key Space Award. Monica Due, senior designer, graduated from Indiana University. She began her career in Manhattan and joined the Cornerstone team five years ago. Jenny Bleck graduated from the University of Kentucky. She spent two years in kitchen design and recently joined Cornerstone as a design assistant.

Monica Due and Julie Boutilier 2019 DECORATORS’ SHOW HOUSE AND GARDENS 55


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Here Comes the Sun AREA DESCRIPTION “Here Comes the Sun” is not only the name of one of the most loved and renowned songs of the Beatles, but it is the inspiration for this joyful sitting room off the master bedroom as well. Sixties’ sensibilities meet modern tribal elements to create a room that is a happy start to the day, including all the amenities to enjoy morning coffee, news, or quiet meditation. The room was transformed by eliminating a door to the bath and access panel to the tub, cleaning it up to transform it with new finishes, lighting, and furnishings.

PAINT COLORS Benjamin Moore—November Rain OC-50

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Anthony Inc. Design Solutions; Bernhardt Furniture Company; CAI Designs; Franklin Brothers Wallcoverings, Inc.; Graber Blinds; Opuzen; Outré LLC; The Premier Group; Randall Company; The Romo Group; Silk Mountain Creations, Inc.; Susan D. Brewer, featured artist

julie o’brien design group 200 S. Rangeline Road, Suite 228, Carmel, IN 46032 (317) 706-0772 Julie@JulieOBrienDesign.com JulieOBrienDesign.com Julie O’Brien Design Group is a full-service interior design firm providing interior design and interior architectural services for residential and hospitality spaces. Julie’s work has won more than 30 state, city, and show house awards, been published in magazines such as House Beautiful and Traditional Home among 11 others and featured on numerous episodes of HGTV’s Homes Across America with Joe Ruggiero. Her work is client-centered, reflecting the individual whose space is being created rather than a specific style of the designer. All styles are enthusiastically welcomed. Julie has participated in the Decorators’ Show House and Gardens eight times over the years. This year’s team includes Julie O’Brien, Megan Watson, and Joel Contreras Padilla.

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Master Bath AREA DESCRIPTION Modern living within a historic footprint, the master bath melds Old World principles with contemporary elements and function. The creation of a “foyer” between the new walk-in shower and commode closet greets you as you enter the space. Shades of cream with an ashen wood tone layer to develop a soft and sophisticated palette. Details like the Tudor arch, marbled panels, and backsplash design nod to the history of the home while bright polished nickel fixtures add a fresh pop to the space.

PAINT COLORS Benjamin Moore—Walls: Etiquette AF-50; Trim and Ceiling: Paper Mache AF-25

BRIZO® Drawing inspiration from the timeless beauty of lighthouses, the Baliza® Bath Collection, including lavatory faucets, a floor mount tub filler and shower components in a Brilliance® Polished Nickel finish, features a unique architecture and simple, elegant lines. The warm, traditional feel is complemented with accessories from the Charlotte® Bath Collection by Brizo.

DELTA® The WaterSense®-labeled Delta Turner® toilet conserves water without sacrificing performance and reduces potential leak points with the SmartFit® tankto-bowl connection.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Louisville Tile; Crossville Tile; ICC Floors; Cambria; Antreasian Design, Inc.; TT Renovations

rowland design, inc. 702 N. Capitol Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46204 (317) 636-3980 | rowlanddesign.com rboose@rowlanddesign.com abedwell@rowlanddesign.com As a part of a modest firm, Robert and Ashley have experience in both large commercial and residential projects. Each has a passion for design, seeing it as the perfect blend of art and science. They practice researchbased design to develop highly functional spaces in and out of the home. Their fusion of classic design, with contemporary elements, continues to create worldly and sophisticated spaces for their clients.

Ashley Bedwell and Robert Boose 2019 DECORATORS’ SHOW HOUSE AND GARDENS 57


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Madrecita’s Nursery AREA DESCRIPTION This office was transformed into a gender-neutral nursery suited not only for baby, but for mommy as well. The inspiration originated as an expression of gratitude to the designer’s single mother. Born in Arizona, she pays tribute by designing the room in a Southwestern, yet modern, style. Tranquil hues such as cream, gray, and green found in nature and various textures, are used. The design concept for this baby’s room is somewhat different; it was essential to provide a comfortable area and space for a parent to sleep, as well as baby. The most unique feature comes from the hand-crafted bassinet from Indonesia, provided by her Australian vendor.

PAINT COLORS Benjamin Moore—Wall: Nature’s Essentials 1521; Accent: Palisades Park 439

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The Trade Resource; Theresa Johnson; Jordan Elsey with Ukuta Wall Arts; James Petry Painting; Valentine and Co. Collections of Australia; Eric Reynolds with Outré LLC

elissa decker interior design 12811 E. New Market Street, Carmel, IN 46032 (3170 698-5134 elissa@elissadecker.com elissadecker.com Elissa Decker Interior Design is a multifamily and full-service residential design firm. As owner, Elissa Decker holds a degree in Interior Design with more than 10 years of professional experience. Whether a new build or renovation, located in Indiana or out of state, the firm manages all phases of design, from concept to completion. Specialties include space planning, digital drawings, kitchen and bath design, furnishings, cabinetry, window treatments, art, and accessories. This is Elissa’s second year participating in the Decorators’ Show House and Gardens.

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Connecting Spaces AREA DESCRIPTION The charming, spacious linen area greets you with the original built-in storage cabinet. This functional, cozy room serves as the connecting space to the home’s original secondary bedrooms, as well as the long hallway that transitions to the servants’ quarters. The goal was to make the two combining hallways feel as though they had always been a part of each other. The carpet runner, continuing wall color, and new lighting blend the spaces together, drawing you down the hallway to elegant rooms and the delightful back staircase. Design choices were influenced by the natural beauty of the Tudor style home, while adding updates that would only enhance its 100-year-old character.

PAINT COLORS Benjamin Moore—Walls: Silver Marlin 2139-50; Trim: Floral White OC-29

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS FISH Painting and Drywall; Fabricut Wallpaper from The Trade Resource; Donna Helm, Wallpaper Installation; Quiozel Lighting from Trinity Lighting; Masland Carpet from Blakely’s; Benjamin Moore Paint

jb designs 200 S. Rangeline Road, Suite 119, Carmel, IN 46032 (317) 435-2779 judy@judybatesdesigns.com | judybatesdesigns.com

rusted window

99 E. Carmel Drive, Suite 140, Carmel, IN 46032 (317) 205-1716 stacy@rustedwindow.com | rustedwindow.com Judy Bates and Stacy Molander worked together on this project, designing and completing the second-floor hallway that unifies all the spaces on the north side of the home. JB Designs, owned by Judy Bates, specializes in full-service interior design, while Rusted Window, owned by Stacy Molander, focuses on floral design, furnishings, and gifts. Judy and Stacy feel privileged to be a part of the Decorators’ Show House and Gardens for the first time this year.

Stacy Molander and Judy Bates 2019 DECORATORS’ SHOW HOUSE AND GARDENS 59


2018 Show House Awards 2018 MAGGIE’S AWARD The Maggie’s Award is traditionally given each year to a designer who contributes above and beyond the call of duty. The recipient exemplifies the heart of the Show House project by generously sharing his or her time, resources, and spirit with Guild members and other designers. However, in 2018, no Maggie’s Award was presented. There were so many deserving designers who went above and beyond that it was impossible to pick just one! We thank all of our design partners for their many contributions to St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild and Eskenazi Health.

2018 PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD

Guests of the Decorators’ Show House and Gardens vote on this award. Each ticket stub serves as a voting form for the guest’s favorite interior and landscape areas. Guests make their selections at the end of their tour, and votes are tabulated at the close of the Show House. Winners are posted on showhouseindy.org.

INTERIOR DESIGN House Guest’s Homelike Haven, Diane Hallquist Interior Design

LANDSCAPE DESIGN Back Upper Terrace, Property Pros Land Management LLC

Designer Sale

SEE IT? LOVE IT? BUY IT! Each room has a price list of items for sale. Contact individual designers for your purchases.

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Paranjape’s Palace AREA DESCRIPTION Feminine, yet edgy, Paranjape’s Palace was created for a young female who loves fashion and design. High contrast wallpaper and window treatments set the tone for this bold room. The closet and bath are painted in a brilliant blue, setting the majestic background for the custom cornice, shower curtain, stylized cabinetry, and bath accessories. Adorned with a custom headboard, crisp bedding, modern lighting, accent pillows and transitional furnishings, this room is fit for a queen.

PAINT COLORS Benjamin Moore—New York State of Mind 805

DELTA® The Delta Stryke™ Bath Collection accessories, shown in Chrome finish, feature clean, geometric lines that bridge the past and present. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Parkside Linen; Nicole Blair Wear; Susan Martin-Gibbons, California Closets; Ferguson; Mitchell Black; Specialty Wallcovering; Shelby Upholstering & Interiors; Reveal by Polish; Winsupply; Joseph’s Oriental Rug Imports; Johnny McKee; Northside Glass & Mirror; Greg Cislak Designs; Sarah Hines; Walker Construction Associates, Inc.; Finish Trim Corp.; Mayer Fabrics; Diane Bergeron; Mike Allen; Nationwide Plastics; Love, Leon Photography; Kravet; JF Fabrics; Schumacher; Designer’s Market, Inc.

polish interior and art design 6539 Carrollton Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46220 (812) 630-7272 team@polishinteriors.com | polishinteriors.com Polish Interior and Art Design is a full-service design firm that is client-centric, lighthearted and personable, which yields creative, functional designs. Diverse backgrounds including design, construction, art, and business brought the co-owners, Courtney Walker-Pope and Christina Greive, together in 2014. In 2017, Emilee Winland joined them as a Design Associate. Their design reflects their love of pairing modern and traditional design. In 2018, Courtney and Christina opened Reveal by Polish, a retail division of their company, featuring home accents.

Courtney Walker-Pope and Christina Greive 2019 DECORATORS’ SHOW HOUSE AND GARDENS 61


2019 Sponsors of the Day St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild is grateful to our Sponsors of the Day for their support of the Decorators’ Show House and Gardens, benefiting Eskenazi Health.

SIMPLY SPLENDID

NANCY MEEK / F. C. TUCKER

ED MARTIN AUTOMOTIVE GROUP

KINCAID’S MEAT MARKET

MCCLURE OIL

MICHIGAN ROAD SELF STORAGE

ELITE FACILITIES SERVICES

JOHN CREAMER/CENTURY 21

ARCHITECTURAL ANTIQUES OF INDIANA

CALICO

SMEE’S PLACE

UKUTA WALL ART

BRICS ICE CREAM

GLEN BILL GROUP/CENTURY 21

We encourage you to support these businesses that support the Show House and Eskenazi Health!

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Cool, Calm & Coastal

AREA DESCRIPTION Just because you live miles from the sea doesn’t mean you can’t experience the serenity of a coastal getaway. Our guest bedroom and bath are featured in shades of sea foam green and misty blue, with pops of coral, 2019’s Color of the Year. Each piece of art and furniture, from the rattan accent chair, to the teak console table that is reminiscent of driftwood, was carefully selected to further the feeling of a room by the sea.

PAINT COLORS Benjamin Moore—Bedroom: Raindance 1572; Bathroom: Del Mar Blue 704

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Clark’s White Glove Delivery

chatham home 517 E. Walnut Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202 (317) 917-8550 Hope@chathamhomeindy.com Chathamhomeindy.com Hope Harsin, and her mother Faith Felder, are the ladies of Chatham Home, a home furnishings showroom and design firm specializing in oneof-a-kind reclaimed and hand-crafted solid wood furniture, home accessories, and unique gifts. You can find them downtown in an old industrial building just off Mass Ave. This is Hope and Faith’s seventh year participating in the Decorators’ Show House and Gardens. Their first year, they were honored to take home both the Key Award and People’s Choice Award.

Faith Felder and Hope Harsin 2019 DECORATORS’ SHOW HOUSE AND GARDENS 63


Café Maggie Today’s Offerings CROISSANT SANDWICHES

served with chips and pickle spear Hot Ham and Havarti Chicken Salad Egg Salad Tuna Salad

DESSERTS Maggie Bars Brownies Brownie Ice Cream Sundae Root Beer Float

SALADS

served with Maggie’s savory crackers

OTHER

Chicken Salad Egg Salad Tuna Salad Veggie Stack Salad

Hot Tomato Basil Soup served with side salad & savory crackers Spinach, Bacon, Mushroom Quiche served with side salad

BEVERAGES

Savory Crackers and Havarti Cheese 8 crackers with matching Havarti squares

Coffee Tea Lemonade Water Soft Drinks

food and beverages provided by: SYNLawn | Illinois Street Food Emporium | Elgin WaterCare | Harvest Café Coffee & Tea | Roz

Visit the

Show House Shops — LO C AT E D O N T H E G RO U N D S —

Twisted Sisters

3937 E. 82nd St., Indianapolis, IN 46240 (317) 841-7177 www.twistedindy.com

Pretty Cute Things

14511 Clay Terrace Blvd., Suite 110, Carmel, IN 46032 (317) 573-0088 www.prettycutethingscarmel.com

St. Margaret’s Flower Shop

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Smart & Stylish Bath AREA DESCRIPTION This small, but classic bathroom is tucked away on the second floor of this stately Tudor home. It is a simple space consisting of a bathtub, sink, and commode. One can enjoy a relaxing bath or dress to start your day. The walls and ceiling are faux painted in shades of linen, creating a timeless look. Noticing the floor in this historic home, you will see the original white honeycomb tile. The bathtub and sink are original to the room. It is like taking a step back in time.

PAINT COLORS Benjamin Moore—Bleek Beige HC 80; Natural Linen 966; Jet Black 2120-10; Olympic Mountains 971

DELTA® Shown in Chrome finish, Delta Cassidy™ Bath

Collection accessories, including a glass shelf, towel ring and towel bar, combine traditional architecture with clean lines for a timeless design. The WaterSense®-labeled In2ition® H2Okinetic® 5-Setting Two-in-One shower delivers a warmer, drenching stream wherever you want it. The Sanborne™ toilet seat has a slow close feature.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Benjamin Moore Paint; Delta Faucet; Patti Paris Art and Decorative Finishes; Window Couture, Sherry Dugger; Indiana Lighting Center (Greenwood)

dianne mohr interior design 1779 Lanarkshire Drive, Greenwood, IN 46143 (317)882-3259 mohrdianne@hotmail.com

greg gargia designs llc 740 Kilbourne Drive, Greenwood, IN 46142 (317)690-1102 designsbygreg@gmail.com The combined talents of Dianne Mohr and Greg Garcia bring new energy to a simple space. They are thrilled to support and participate in the 2019 Decorators’ Show House and Gardens. Dianne and Greg have many years of professional design experience. Each creates and helps turn your design ideas into reality.

Dianne Mohr and Greg Garcia 2019 DECORATORS’ SHOW HOUSE AND GARDENS 65


INDIANA’S OLDEST, JURIED ART FAIR

TALBOT ST ART FAIR

SATURDAY JUNE 16TH 10 AM - 6 PM

SUNDAY JUNE 17th 10 AM - 5 PM

Over 250 artists

On Talbott Street between 16th & 21st Streets

FREE ADMISSION www.talbotstreet.org

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The Family Fold

AREA DESCRIPTION Designed for the modern family is the thoughtful convenience of this secondfloor laundry. A playful twist is achieved with the use of bold colors and urban design elements.The large counter with a beautiful window view makes for an ideal folding surface. Shallow utility storage gives the family a perfect home for laundry and cleaning products. Additional storage and a craft desk are also integrated into the design to allow the space to be multipurpose. From wash to fold, the family can enjoy the alignment of good design and function.

PAINT COLORS Benjamin Moore—Wedgewood Gray HC-146; Trim: Graphite 1603; Shiplap Ivy Lane 523

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Corsi Cabinetry Group, Siteline Collection; Atlas Hardware; TT Renovations; The Tile Shop;

cabinetry ideas 6113 Allisonville Road, Indianapolis, IN 46220 (317) 722-1300 cabinetryideas.com J. D. Dick, AKBD, with Cabinetry Ideas has been creating beautiful custom kitchen and bath interiors for over 15 years. Design and product offerings extend throughout the home to any room needing custom cabinetry solutions. Specializing in residential remodeling and custom new home construction allows J. D. to achieve beautiful spaces that reflect the clients and their lifestyles. Thoughtful design and quality products have become his trademark in every project. Talent and passion come together, creating spaces that the clients love and enjoy for years to come!

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Morning Room AREA DESCRIPTION The morning room, with its navy walls and fresh white trim, is the perfect spot to curl up with a good book. The designer has filled the room with blue and white accents, which include antique plates, lamps, and plump down-filled pillows in fabulous print fabrics. An exquisite backgammon set from Parkside Linen sits on the game table, ready for play. She has had her sewing workroom create sheer linen treatments that adorn the room’s many windows. This room invites you in to enjoy that cup of morning coffee and croissant.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Fine Paint, Inc.; Benjamin Moore; Jeff Pettigrew, Art Installer; Pearson Furniture; Bailey and Griffin Fabric; Anna French Fabric; Brunschwig & Fils Fabrics; Parkside Linen; Wicker by Greg Adams

rosalind brinn pope interior design 200 S. Rangeline Road, Suite 231, Carmel, IN 46032 (317) 475-1906 popeinteriors@yahoo.com popeinteriors.com Rosalind Brinn Pope, ASID, has been participating in the Decorators’ Show House and Gardens for over 20 years. Rosalind’s designs are crisp, clean, and timeless, reflecting her Southern roots. She offers her clients a complete design service with attention to every detail. Rosalind listens to her clients’ design needs and wishes to create a home that is truly their own.

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Her Creative Haven AREA DESCRIPTION This wonderful room provides space for creativity to flow, as the homeowner plans and executes her fashionable designs. There is abundant natural light from the window and, in the evening, she has the beautiful ceiling light available for use. The ceiling fixture reflects the soft, pale neutral green of the paint on the ceiling. The green complements the light cream wall color. This color palette allows the framed sketches on the wall to stand out. In “Her Creative Haven,” sit in the comfortable chair or at the desk and let imagination take hold of you.

PAINT COLORS Benjamin Moore—Walls: Cameo White PM-25; Ceiling: Woodland White 463

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Rob Harsh Construction; Designer’s Market, Inc.; American Interiors; Capel Rugs

susan colvin interiors 5010 E. 66th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46220 (317) 257-5105

Susan Colvin is happy to be involved in the Decorators’ Show House and Gardens for 2019. This is her 25th year of participation, quite a milestone! She started her business in 1991 and works on residential and light commercial projects all around the area. Susan is a registered Indiana designer and has been involved with the local design community her whole career. She strives to provide the best approaches and solutions for her clients. She is happy to speak with anyone inquiring about her services and experience.

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Grace’s Guest Room Getaway AREA DESCRIPTION This petite bedroom with a permanent textured ceiling has been transformed into an eclectic guest getaway. Using an antique rope bed and antique dresser, both from the 1840’s, in a contemporary setting, the heirloom furniture becomes relevant again. Mixing antiques and contemporary elements adds warmth and character to a space and makes heirlooms shine.

PAINT COLORS Benjamin Moore—Walls and Trim: New York State of Mind 805; Ceiling: Icy Blue 2057-70

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS A to Z Construction; Leslie Agan; Capel Rugs

constance vinson interiors 8240 Walnut Way, Indianapolis, IN 46256 (317) 709-0208 constance@constancevinson.com

As a residential designer, Constance Vinson creates one-of-a-kind interiors by marrying a chic mix of modern, vintage, and antique elements to give clients a timeless and personal environment. Constance is an ASID Allied interior designer and is serving her fourth year on the ASID, Indiana Board of Directors. She is currently serving as President of the Board, 2018-2019.

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LANDSCAPE D

Outdoor Oasis

AREA DESCRIPTION Created off the back of the house, beneath the canopy of a cluster of old redbud trees, is a peaceful outdoor oasis. A long-abandoned koi pond was filled and replaced by a gravel and bluestone sitting area. Enclosing it are a series of round raised planting beds filled with a lush flowery mix of perennials, annuals, and small shrubs. The tranquil setting is ideal for a warm fire on a cool autumn evening, a cold drink on a hot summer afternoon, or a relaxing sit at any time of the year.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Especially Wicker, LLC

mark m. holeman, inc. 7871 Hague Road, Indianapolis, IN 46256 (317) 849-3120 dgorden@holemanlandscape.com holemanlandscape.com For over 55 years, Mark M. Holeman, Inc. has been creating landscapes of distinction throughout central Indiana. Offering landscape design, construction, and maintenance services, the firm enjoys the challenge of projects of all sizes and scopes and the satisfaction of providing the customized attention that each project deserves. Its creative and experienced design staff is proud of its lasting relationships with clients and their evolving landscapes. This represents the company’s 21st Decorators’ Show House and Gardens effort.

David Gorden, Ron Howe and Mike Roth 2019 DECORATORS’ SHOW HOUSE AND GARDENS 71


LANDSCAPE E

Illumination AREA DESCRIPTION The landscape designer’s goal was to keep a simple and inviting space that would seamlessly blend with the home’s inspiring presence. The space features a modest garden walk with seating to enjoy the evening air. The beautiful natural stone walkway leads through an elegant garden with seating.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Brehob Nursery; Stone Center of Indiana; Perennials Plus

heath outdoor 1302 Columbia Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46202 (317) 420-4636 dennis@heathoutdoor.net heathoutdoor.net Heath Hurst is the founder of Heath Outdoor, LLC. Heath has been proudly assisting our peers to keep Indy beautiful since 2009. We specialize in outdoor living spaces that improve quality of life by bringing joy and relaxation to you and your family.

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LANDSCAPE F

The Oxmoor

AREA DESCRIPTION Following the lines of the south entry into the Centennial Estate, this garden catches the eye as you either walk onto the front terrace or continue into the back yard. A lush ground cover defines the space, balanced with dense boxwood and shrubbery. Elevated on natural limestone, an elegant Oxmoor planter sits amid the garden of seasonal flowers.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Mussleman Landscape Solutions; Longshadow Planters

midwest landscape industries, inc. 2828 N. Catherwood Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46219 (317) 672-3788 abossung@mli-in.com shastings@mli-in.com mli-in.com Midwest Landscape Industries, Inc. employees a staff with strong values, providing exceptional service with innovative ideas that will transform your space or provide solutions to your landscape challenges. We pride ourselves with a diverse group of talent in the industry, including a certified Arborist, Indiana Accredited Horticulturalist, Landscape Certified Managers and Technicians, and Green Roof Professional. This is MLI’s second year working with the Decorators’ Show House and Gardens, and we are proud to be a part of this year’s project, alongside other talented designers within the Indianapolis area.

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Restoration – Polishing – Maintenance Make Old Floors, Walls, and Countertops...LOOK NEW!

Marble • Granite • Terrazzo • Concrete Metal • Tile & Grout • Cleaning & Sealing 20 Year Member of Marble Institute of America Indianapolis’ First & Oldest Restoration Professional Established in 1988 Saint Margaret’s Decorators’ Show House Participant since 1992 Endorsed by: Cathedral Marble & Granite, Tremain Tile, Marble & Granite, Ostuni Tile

Call 317-485-4810 or Visit MrMarbleCare.com office@mrmarblecare.com

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LANDSCAPE G

The Bloom Room

AREA DESCRIPTION Fine estate quality planters accentuate the front veranda and coordinate with the outdoor furnishings provided by Especially Wicker. Other containers accent various areas throughout the property. Perfectly placed pottery can offer seasonal color throughout every season of the year.

sundown gardens 505 W. 186th Street, Westfield, IN 46074 (317) 846-0620 The Garden Shop at Sundown Gardens is the ultimate experience of outdoor inspiration, home decor accents, gift-giving, entertaining, holiday whimsy, and botanical beauty. Our Landscape Division can design, install, and maintain nearly anything outside of your home, including patio covers, outdoor kitchens, and entertainment areas, as well as planting, lighting, irrigation, and lawn care. We handle the entire landscape project, from initial consultation through the design phase and construction.

Mike Quinn and Mario Miralez 2019 DECORATORS’ SHOW HOUSE AND GARDENS 75


Decorators’ Show House and Gardens: 1962-2019

1962 5019 N. Meridian Street

1963 3444 Washington Boulevard

1964 5545 N. Meridian Street

1965 4411 N. Meridian Street

1966 4747 N. Meridian Street

1967 4375 N. Meridian Street

1968 3456 Central Avenue

1969 3445 N. Pennsylvania Street

1970 5001 N. Meridian Street

1971 4050 Washington Boulevard

1972 4356 N. Meridian Street

1973 4207 N. Pennsylvania Street

1974 5111 N. Meridian Street

1975 4343 N. Meridian Street

1976 4950 N. Meridian Street

1977 4137 N. Meridian Street

1978 4145 Washington Boulevard

1979 4122 N. Meridian Street

1980 4160 Washington Boulevard

1981 4164 Washington Boulevard

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1982 4268 Washington Boulevard

1983 4127 N. Meridian Street

1984 4224 Washington Boulevard

1985 4270 N. Meridian Street The Historic Booth Tarkington House

1986 5019 N. Meridian Street

1986 5105 N. Meridian Street

1987 5110 N. Meridian Street

1987 5140 N. Meridian Street

1988 5330 N. Meridian Street

1989 5801 Sunset Lane

1990 3200 Cold Springs Road

1991 3200 Cold Springs Road

The Wheeler-Stokely Mansion

The Allison Mansion

1992 8140 Spring Mill Road

1993 4333 Sylvan Road

1994 4801 N. Meridian Street

1995 4356 N. Meridian Street

1996 4145 Washington Boulevard

1996 4163 Washington Boulevard

1997 4050 Washington Boulevard

The Mansion at Alverna Estates

1995 4366 N. Meridian Street

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1997 4053 N. Pennsylvania Street

1998 5840 Lawton Loop

1998 5866 Lawton Loop

1998 5875 Lawton Loop

1999 4567 Cold Spring Road

2000 2902 N. Meridian Street

2000 2960 N. Meridian Street

2001 3200 Cold Spring Road

The Fortune Estate

The Levey Mansion

The Fairbanks Mansion

The Wheeler-Stokely Mansion

2002 3641 Washington Boulevard

2003 4127 N. Meridian Street

2003 4130 N. Meridian Street

2004 5555 Washington Boulevard

2004 5540 Central Avenue

2005 5425 N. Meridian Street

2006 1143 W. 116th Street, Carmel

2007 4201 Washington Boulevard

2008 4266 Pennsylvania Street

2009 1388 Queens Way, Carmel

2010 4270 N. Meridian Street

Le Chateau Renaissance

2011 4310 N. Meridian Street

The Historic Booth Tarkington House

2012 5 E. 71st Street

2013 3050 N. Meridian Street The Historic Schnull-Rauch House

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2014 5235 N. Meridian Street

2015 4038 N. Pennsylvania Street


2015 4044 N. Pennsylvania Street

2016 5260 N. Meridian Street

2017 4401 N. Illinois Street

2018 4140 N. Illinois Street

2019 4160 Washington Boulevard

St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild is often asked, “how is a home selected to be a show house?”

The process of selecting a home to be transformed into the Decorators’ Show House and Gardens begins almost two years prior to the opening of the house for public tours. Ideas for potential Show Houses come from interested homeowners, real estate agents, surveys of desired neighborhoods, and other contacts in the community. To be selected, a home must be spacious enough to accommodate multiple design areas, have front and back staircases, a central entrance hall, a substantial garage or carriage house area, a sizeable lawn, outdoor area to accommodate landscapers’ designs and be of sufficient interest and character to attract the public. Decorators’ Show House and Gardens is most successful when it can exhibit examples of many designers’ creativity, both interior and exterior, while keeping the overall impression of the house that of a coordinated and integrated design scheme. The event is not a custom decorating service for homeowners. Designers are given freedom

of expression in their areas, although there are guidelines for reasonable adaptations to color schemes and themes that flow from room to room. Each year the Guild creates a Design Board made up of selected designers and Guild chair persons. This Board oversees area selection and design proposals from designers on the design of their areas. Being a Decorators’ Show House and Gardens homeowner is an exciting and rewarding experience. It is most gratifying to be part of the longest, continuously running Show House in the country and raise funds for an excellent cause—Eskenazi Health. If you are open to new design ideas and current design trends, if you are comfortable making decisions, and if you are flexible and can adapt to change, then please give consideration to becoming a future Decorators’ Show House homeowner. Please contact the St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild at www.showhouseindy.org.

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advertisers index

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design firms

Brown Design, LLC................................................... 40 BurrHaus Builders............................................... 30-31 Cabinetry Ideas.......................................................... 67 Chatham Home ....................................................... 63 Compass Design, LLC.............................................. 37 Constance Vinson Interiors..................................... 70 Cornerstone Interiors .............................................. 55 db interiors, llc .......................................................... 39 Design Works ........................................................... 47 Diane Hallquist Interior Design.............................. 49 Dianne Mohr Interior Design.................................. 65 Elissa Decker Interior Design ................................ 58 Especially Wicker, LLC ........................................... 35 Ethan Allen ............................................................... 51 Greg Garcia Designs, LLC ...................................... 65 Haus Love Interiors................................................... 48 Heath Outdoor........................................................... 72 Houseworks................................................................ 53 JB Designs ................................................................. 59 Julie O’Brien Design Group ................................... 56 Kalleen & Company, LLC......................................... 46 Kittle’s Design Studio .............................................. 36 Mark M. Holeman, Inc............................................ 71 Midwest Landscape Industries, Inc......................... 73 Misch Bobrick Design, LLC..................................... 40 MW Harris................................................................. 41 Polish Interior and Art Design ............................... 61 Property Pros Land Management, LLC.................. 32 Rosalind Brinn Pope Interior Design..................... 68 Rowland Design, Inc................................................. 57 Rusted Window......................................................... 59 Sassy Green Interiors, LLC....................................... 45 Shine Design.............................................................. 54 Sundown Gardens..................................................... 75 Susan Colvin Interiors.............................................. 69 The Gentleman Soldier............................................. 46 Thomas & Jayne Interior Design............................. 50 Vohland Nurery................................................... 30-31 Wright Interiors......................................................... 43


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2019 Decorators' Show House program  

Welcome to the St. Margaret's Hospital Guild's 58th Annual Decorators' Show House and Gardens.

2019 Decorators' Show House program  

Welcome to the St. Margaret's Hospital Guild's 58th Annual Decorators' Show House and Gardens.

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