Show House Santa Fe 2014

A community of established Santa Fe interior designers gathered in a unique design show house collaborative benefitting the non-profit organization Dollars4Schools based in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  Santa Fe Interior Designers Co-Founders of this Interior Design Venue are Jennifer Ashton, Allied ASID and David Naylor of David Naylor Interiors. 

Don't Miss This Year's ShowHouse Santa Fe!

October 4th & 5th and 11 & 12th, 2014

Casa la Luna
10 Altazano Drive Santa Fe, New Mexico

Showhouse2014

With the resounding success of our inaugural 2013 launch, Show House Santa Fe has taken its place in Santa Fe’s calendar of important annual arts events that attract both locals and visitors. In keeping with our designation as a UNESCO Creative City for Design, our talented interior designers bring their ideas and accomplishments to a broad audience, showcasing for the world the preeminence of Santa Fe as a place of innovation and a source of design inspiration.

 

2014 Show House Santa Fe Events

The Grand Preview Gala:

Friday, October 3rd, -  6 p.m. to 9 p.m

The Show House Tour:

Saturdays, October 4th and 11th -  11 a.m. to 6 p.m

Sundays, October 5th and 12th -  11 a.m. to 4 p.m

 

SHOW HOUSE SANTA FE 2014 THEME:
ANCIENT-FUTURE

When Santa Fe Style first entered the consciousness of the art and design world in the 1980s, it delighted people with its warmth, livability, and adaptability. The sensual contours of adobe and the earthy appeal of vigas, kiva fireplaces, and expansive portales provided an inviting backdrop for interior designs ranging from antique Victorian to cutting-edge minimalism. Characterized by a reverence for natural materials, skilled craftsmanship, and an ancient aesthetic, the style quickly became emblematic of the region.

Show House 2014’s theme, Ancient-Future, recognizes the enduring influence of Santa Fe Style while embracing innovation and the unique needs of our evolving lifestyles. We honor the timeless elements of the past—wood, stone, and adobe—along with the striking design elements that remain contemporary even after hundreds of years, but we also incorporate new materials and blend them seamlessly to create an appealing vision of modern life in an ancient setting.

With this updated and re-branded version of Santa Fe Style, what was once becoming a cliché now perpetuates the appeal of a continually evolving aesthetic that’s grounded in history but fully invested in a future that reinvents the style in exciting new ways.