The design institution recently announces the postponing of the Kips Bay Decorator Show House.
The Kips Bay Decorator Show was scheduled to open on May 8, 2020, and now rescheduled to later this year.
The Kips Bay Decorator Show is running from the last 48 years. It returns to the Palm Beach to celebrate its 3rd iteration in Florida.
This year, they are celebrating their 48th annual showcase in New York, but they decide to postpone the event due to coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The participants’ list of designers is not yet announced for the New York edition 2020.
Other related events including the Pre-Renovation Party also announces the date changes after the postponing announcements of the Kips Bay Decorator Show.
Previously, the date of the Pre-Renovation Party event was March 24, and the new date is yet to decide.
What’s So Special About The Kips Bay Decorator Show House?
The Kips Bay Decorator Show House is not just an ordinary home. It covers an area of 8,751 square feet in picturesque South End neighbourhood of West Palm Beach.
Its designs perfectly display the indoor blending spaces, outdoor spaces, and subtropical climatic conditions.
The show house interiors reflect the luxurious and exotic lifestyle of South Florida.
The 19 best design firms in the country completed its renovation and made it a uniquely beautiful place for the event.
What Organization Has To Say About The Event Postponement?
One of the officials said that they are prioritizing the safety of their guests, neighbours, and team members. The organization is monitoring the situation and CDC advisories related to coronavirus closely.
He also added that they are willing to work with the local health authority to take every preventative measure as possible and will provide updates accordingly.
Other Events That Are On A Reschedule or Cancellation List
Because of the coronavirus, a lot of industry events are either on a reschedule or cancellation list.
Apart from the show house’s suspension, other events are –