The Junior League of Detroit hosts our 2020 Designers’ Show House at the historic Bingley Fales House set in the neighborhood of Indian Village. Located at 1771 Seminole Street, the home is recognized in The American Institute of Architects Guide to Detroit Architecture. This is the Junior League of Detroit’s 23rd Designers’ Show House and second home located in Detroit.
Every other year the JLD hand-selects a prominent local estate and curates a phenomenal team of local and national interior designers to transform the home into a Designers’ Show House. League members Liana Dabir of Grosse Pointe Farms, Dianne Bostic Robinson and Anne Reese, both of Detroit, are co-chairs of the 2020 Designers’ Show House.
At 16,000 square feet, the Bingley Fales House is the largest residence in the historic Indian Village neighborhood of Detroit, boasting 10 bedrooms, five full bathrooms, and two half baths. The Georgian-style mansion is set on two acres of land, which include formal flower gardens, hardscape pathways, a trellis covered lanai, a fountain, and a Pewabic tile-lined reflecting pool.
To transform the home, approximately 35 interior design firms and landscape architects will re imagine the first and second floors of the home along with the magnificent gardens for our grand unveiling in May 2020.
The JLD is delighted to partner with ASPIRE DESIGN AND HOME magazine as our national media sponsor to shine a spotlight on our 23rd Designers’ Show House. We anticipate welcoming close to 10,000 visitors to the property when it opens to the public.
Public admission tickets will be $35 in advance until May 9, 2020, and $40 at the door.
To purchase public admission and special event tickets, please visit https://aspiremetro.com/2020jldshowhouse-2/