Decorators’ Show House

2017 Decorators’ Show House

The Women’s Board of the Columbus Museum of Art has announced that the 2017 Decorators’ Show House (DSH) has found a home inside CMA’s galleries. This trendsetting move will celebrate creative design and will be the first museum event of its kind in the United States.

Decorators’ Show House is a biennial event that raises funds to support the Columbus Museum of Art. The signature event has been a central Ohio tradition for more than 40 years. This year, for the first time, interior designers will completely transform the galleries on the west side of the Museum’s historic Elizabeth M. and Richard M. Ross Building. DSH at CMA will be open April 22 – May 14, 2017.

For the last year, Women’s Board has strategically evaluated market trends and event requirements. Their findings inspired DSH at CMA, which is an evolution of the event that creates a 21st-century experience as well as honors the storied tradition of show houses.

DSH at CMA will be a juried event offering premier designers the unique opportunity of having a blank canvas in which to create their designs. Visitors will enjoy the chance to explore exciting interior design in the heart of downtown Columbus, while enjoying the benefits of convenient parking, extended hours, and accessibility.

About the Columbus Museum of Art Women’s Board

The Columbus Museum of Art Women’s Board is an organization of women committed to promoting the mission of the Columbus Museum of Art.  Women’s Board members support the Museum by organizing fundraisers, volunteering at the Museum in a variety of ways, and by serving as Museum ambassadors.  In addition, Women’s Board members gather for social opportunities connected to art and the mission of the Columbus Museum of Art.