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Designer show house in Glen Cove

Standard Oil co-founder Charles Pratt commissioned the Georgian-style,

Standard Oil co-founder Charles Pratt commissioned the Georgian-style, white clapboard home at 145 Dosoris Lane in Glen Cove as a gift for his daughter, Lydia, upon her marriage to philanthropist Frank Lusk Babbott. (Oct. 21, 2013) Photo Credit: Uli Seit

Built in 1891 and set on six acres, the home at the center of The Home is Where The Heart Is designer show house benefiting the American Heart Association has seven bedrooms and occupies 6,895 square feet. Twenty-five interior designers took on the house, at 145 Dosoris Lane in Glen Cove, with their results on display Saturday through Dec. 1.

Standard Oil co-founder Charles Pratt commissioned the Georgian-style,
Photo Credit: Uli Seit

Standard Oil co-founder Charles Pratt commissioned the Georgian-style, white clapboard home at 145 Dosoris Lane in Glen Cove as a gift for his daughter, Lydia, upon her marriage to philanthropist Frank Lusk Babbott. (Oct. 21, 2013)

The foyer, designed by Elsa Soyars Interiors Ltd..
Photo Credit: Uli Seit

The foyer, designed by Elsa Soyars Interiors Ltd.. (Oct. 21, 2013)

The living room, designed by Kate Singer/ Kate
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The living room, designed by Kate Singer/ Kate Singer Home of Huntington Bay. (Oct. 21, 2013)

The living room, designed by Kate Singer/ Kate
Photo Credit: Uli Seit

The living room, designed by Kate Singer/ Kate Singer Home of Huntington Bay. (Oct. 21, 2013)

The dining room, by Manhattan designer Barbara Page
Photo Credit: Uli Seit

The dining room, by Manhattan designer Barbara Page Home. (Oct. 21, 2013)

The kitchen is by Vasi Ypsilantis Design Associates
Photo Credit: Uli Seit

The kitchen is by Vasi Ypsilantis Design Associates of Manhasset. (Oct. 21, 2013)

The breakfast room is by Margreet Cevasco Design
Photo Credit: Uli Seit

The breakfast room is by Margreet Cevasco Design of Sea Cliff. (Oct. 21, 2013)

The library was designed by Catherine Brown Paterson
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The library was designed by Catherine Brown Paterson Design of Locust Valley. (Oct. 21, 2013)

A first-floor bedroom by Glen Cove decorator Greg
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A first-floor bedroom by Glen Cove decorator Greg Lanza of Greg Lanza Design, who mixed styles for an eclectic look. (Oct. 21, 2013)

The staircase, by Suzanne Costa Interiors. (Oct. 21,
Photo Credit: Uli Seit

The staircase, by Suzanne Costa Interiors. (Oct. 21, 2013)

A child's room by Manhasset designer Ellen Baron-Goldstein
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A child's room by Manhasset designer Ellen Baron-Goldstein of Baron-Goldstein Design Associates includes paint that turns a wall into a blackboard, magnetic Lucite photo frames and floating bookshelves. (Oct. 21, 2013)

Baron-Goldstein Design Associates went beyond traditional children's furniture
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Baron-Goldstein Design Associates went beyond traditional children's furniture departments for its child's room. (Oct. 21, 2013)

A guest bedroom by Beach Glass Designs. (Oct.
Photo Credit: Uli Seit

A guest bedroom by Beach Glass Designs. (Oct. 21, 2013)

The master bedroom by Kim E. Courtney Interiors
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The master bedroom by Kim E. Courtney Interiors & Design. (Oct. 21, 2013)

The master bedroom by Kim E. Courtney Interiors
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The master bedroom by Kim E. Courtney Interiors & Design of Huntington Bay. (Oct. 21, 2013)

The gallery on the second floor is by
Photo Credit: Uli Seit

The gallery on the second floor is by Manhattan designer Suzanne Costa of Suzanne Costa Interiors, who says that “you don’t have to spend a lot of money on gold. The thing is not to be timid about putting things together.” (Oct. 21, 2013)

A bathroom is by Centre Island designer Karen
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A bathroom is by Centre Island designer Karen Joy Rosen of Karen Joy Rosen Interior Design, who used bold wallpaper in a zebra pattern by Hauppauge-based Scalamandré. (Oct. 21, 2013)

An attic bedroom is by Baltimore Design Group
Photo Credit: Uli Seit

An attic bedroom is by Baltimore Design Group of Port Washington and Sag Harbor. Designer Keith Baltimore was inspired by glamping. (Oct. 21, 2013)

The boys' den is by Melanie Roy Design.
Photo Credit: Uli Seit

The boys' den is by Melanie Roy Design. (Oct. 21, 2013)

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