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Sycamore Lane Farm in Hilltown Township is being transformed by 35 area interior designers and 14 landscape professionals as part of the Bucks County Designer House & Gardens, which is open to the public from April 28 through May 26.

They were chosen by committees for the exciting task of re-imagining the property, inside and out.

The roster of interior designers includes:

ABCA Design — Decorating Den

Designer: Angela Carroll Ast

ABCA Design specializes in custom designed furniture and interior décor.

Amura Italia

Designer: Lori Bruno

Lori Bruno Interiors believes that great design should be accessible to everyone and strives to create spaces that are not only aesthetically pleasing, but also functional and comfortable.

Barb-Lin Carpet One

Designer: John McCarty

Barb-Lin Carpet One offers a simpler way to find your perfect floor.

Bucks Country Gardens

Designer: Tom Hebel

Bucks Country Gardens is a lifestyle garden center and boutique featuring quality plants, landscape design/build, outdoor furniture and more.

Bucks County Vintage

Designers: Michelle Corace & Ariel Corace

Bucks County Vintage offers antique and vintage home furnishings at the intersection of timeless beauty and modern style.

C. Ferry Home

Designer: Marni James

Located in the heart of Doylestown, C. Ferry Home offers home furnishings, accessories, and gifts as well as residential design services.

Carol Nagel Decorative Painting

Designer: Carol Nagel

Carol Nagel Decorative Painting offers custom-created murals, marbling, faux tile, wood-graining, stenciling and hand-painting on walls, floors, furniture, ceilings.

Colonial Marble & Granite

Designer: Sandra Phillips

Colonial Marble & Granite provides stone materials throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware for kitchens and bathrooms.


Designer: Marion Gavigan

A Psychological Color Expert (PCE), Marion Gavigan offers personal hands-on expertise regarding the use of color in home projects.

Cynthia Johnson Design

Designer: Cynthia Johnson

Designer Cynthia Johnson weaves layers of color and pattern, materials and a range of styles to create whimsical and sophisticated designs.

Dandelion Art & Home

Designers: Ira & Becky Horansky

Bucks County artisans create original artwork on antique panels and build tables with reclaimed wood.

Design Style Studios

Designer: Robert Belchic

Robert Belchic provides designer products and services to the trade including custom window treatments and furniture.

Home Tonic

Designers: Rebecca Nolan and Heidi Gordon

Home Tonic LLC is a new home decor and interior design shop located in historic Newtown that breathes new life into vintage furnishings.

La Decoratique

Designer: Guillaume Gentet, David Carpenter

Guillaume Gentet merges contemporary and traditional styles that celebrate humor, light, literature, antiques and works of art.

Linda Daly, ASID

Designer: Linda Daly, ASID

Linda Daly offers authentic restorations, downsizing support and color palette guidance.

Lisa Lazarus Interiors

Designer: Lisa Lazarus

Lisa Lazarus Interiors specializes in custom window treatments, furnishings and more.

Lori’s Funky Junk Décor

Designer: Lori Mason

Lori’s Funky Junk Décor specializes in vintage painted furniture, accessories, and repurposed items.

Lux Interiors

Designer: Kimberly Lux

Specializing in elegant, understated and sophisticated looks, Lux Interiors offers interior design services for residential and commercial clients.

Martin Phillips Design

Designers: Laura Martin & Sandra Phillips

Martin Phillips Design offers interior design and remodeling services ranging from room refreshes to large-scale renovations.

NS Interior Designs

Designer: Nicole O’Dwyer

Marrying construction and design, NS Interior Designs specializes in full-service interior design and custom window treatments done completely in-house.

Studio Whitford

Designer: Courtney Klinger

Studio Whitford is an interior design firm crafting individualized spaces that tell a story at the intersection of old-world craftsmanship and modernism.

The Closet Shop

Designer: Larry Glick

The Closet Shop helps clients organize their home with unique, high-end closet and storage systems.

The Painterly

Designer: Lucy Bernstein

Lucy Bernstein blends her original artistic concepts with others for murals and on marble, stone, tile, etched and stained-glass finishes.

Tile Gallerie

Designer: Julia Thomas

Tile Gallerie offers handmade and designer tile ranging from basic to ornate.

And the landscaping lineup includes:

Bountiful Acres

Landscape Designers: Andy Eckhoff & George Schick Floral Designer: Fatima Lindquist

Starting in 1955 as a roadside produce market, Bountiful Acres has grown into a premier garden center and nursery covering six acres.

Buckman’s Home & Garden

Landscape Designer: Julie DeFlavis

Family-owned Buckman’s Home & Garden has provided perennials, annuals, herbs, vegetables and houseplants as well as home decor and boutique items for more than 40 years.

Bucks Country Gardens

Landscape Designers: Tom Hebel and John Apple Designer: Donna Dentner

A lifestyle garden center and boutique, Bucks Country Gardens features plants, landscape design/build services, outdoor furniture, and more.

Goldenberg’s Estate Management

Landscape Designer: Mat Goldenberg

Established in 1999 “GEM” is a landscaping company with expertise in property maintenance as well as tree care.

Murphy Folk Arts

Artist: Jameson Murphy

Murphy Folk Arts’ personalized designs, can evoke the history and culture of Bucks County through traditional hand-painted hex signs for their properties.

The Outdoor Room, LLC

Landscape Designer: Laura Greloch

The Outdoor Room, LLC creates multi-season outdoor living spaces and landscapes on a wide range of projects, both traditional and historical.

Your Garden Vision

Landscape Designers: Robert & Natalie Cook

English style, country living, and bountiful gardens provide an abundance of classic colors. Robert and Natalie promise their Designer House space will be a delight to the imagination and senses.

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