Annual Designer Show House
Updated: Jan 22, 2019
The Le Blue Goose team is honored and excited to announce our participation in the 43rd Annual Bucks County Designer House & Gardens at Cedaridge Farm run by the Village Improvement Association (VIA).
The VIA was founded in 1895 to enhance the quality of life in Central Bucks County. In 1923, they opened Doylestown Hospital, and they are currently responsible for the governance of the hospital as well as the Pine Run Retirement Community.
The Bucks County Designer House is one of the many amazing projects VIA undertakes to support their numerous goals including aiding the needy and providing scholarships to outstanding high-school seniors pursuing health-related careers as well as women pursuing professional vocations.
The Annual Designer House fundraiser has a large impact on the community. In addition to members of the VIA, hundreds of people work on the project including interior designers, landscapers, artists, local businesses, advertisers, and donors. The mission for the Designer House is twofold; to give the opportunity to those volunteering to promote their work, and to raise funds for charitable works throughout community.
In order to be selected to work on the Designer House, designers must submit their work. If selected, they are awarded a specific room or rooms to design in one of the three properties. Le Blue Goose is honored, not only have been selected, but to have been assigned both the Master Bedroom and Master Bath to re-design in the Ranch home.
We’re eager to keep you, our clients, informed on this journey. We will be blogging (with photos) about our step-by-step process in order to take you behind the scenes. Below are some “before” pictures of the bedroom and bath (don’t let them scare you!), as well as a photograph of the main house.
If you’d like tour the house before the work begins, please join us at the “Empty House Party” on Sunday, February 25th from 2-5PM. Click here for ticket information. We also encourage you to visit the links below to learn more about the Village Improvement Association and Cedaridge Farm, a beautiful historical property established in 1791 as a Mennonite Dairy farm.