This year’s Tribeza Interiors Tour, one our favorites of the many and varied home tours offered around the city annually, is almost upon us.
The self-guided tour sets itself apart by focusing on interiors specifically (rather than, say, architecture or history) and offers a real-world look at the work of some of the city’s most prominent designers. The opportunity to see their visions fully realized, in residences where people actually live, is rare indeed.
The 2020 tour takes place Sunday, January 26, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Attendees will have the afternoon to take a self-guided, self-paced tour featuring the work of nine acclaimed, Austin-based decorators and designers in eight homes around the central city (which also gives you a chance to take in a variety of Austin neighborhoods, including Bee Cave, Bouldin Creek, Camelot, Central Austin, East Austin, Lake Pointe, West Lake Hills, and Westwood).
This year, the tour highlights the work of Andrée Chalaron and Amity Worrel of Amity Worrel and Company; Sara Barney of Bannd Design; Heather Blue Harkovich of Heather Scott Home and Design; Hugh Randolph and Trisha Shepard of Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects; Sara Cukerbaum of SLIC Design; Meeta Morrison of Meeta Morrison Designs; Sara Scaglione of Shabby Slips Interiors; Page Gandy and Allison Gaskins of 3 Fold Design Studio.
Ticket holders will also get to enjoy a kickoff party at Urbanspace Real Estate, 301 West Avenue, on Thursday, January 23, and a wrap party on Sunday, January 26, at Davis Gallery at 837 West 12th Street.