The 2016 Symphony Designer Showhouse was held at the James Sanders House, constructed circa 1851, located in the heart of Harleston Village, one of historic Charleston’s oldest neighborhoods. The three-story Charleston Single House boasted many meticulously maintained historic details, a beautiful garden with gazebo and saline pool and was a beautiful platform for some of the Lowcountry’s most talented designers.
Our expanded exclusive boutique of home goods, art, decorative pieces, gifts, and jewelry was filled with treasurers to purchase and lunch in our Café was raved upon by all who enjoyed the delicious food.
Quotes from those who visited the Designer Showhouse this year:
“Great way to find inspiration and support a great cause”
“Variety of art work, furniture, colors, style, very nicely done”
“Best in several years, love the new caterer”
The Symphony Designer Showhouse is produced in conjunction with Charleston Magazine,
Benefitting the Charleston Symphony Orchestra and CSOL® Music Scholarships.
Check back with us soon to hear about the 2017 Symphony Designer Showhouse!
Mayor John Tecklenberg with CSOL® President Becky Hilstad cut to the ribbon to open the 2016 Designer Showhouse at the Preview Party on March 16. Looking on is Sue Ingram, Showhouse Chair, and Michael Smith, Executive Director of the CSO.