Pasadena Showcase House Tickets Now on Sale

Mark Your Calendars! Tickets for the 2015 Pasadena Showcase House of Design are now on sale.

The 2015 Showcase will be unveiled next week (we’ll be sharing our favorite picks and pics on our Instagram next weekend) and remain open to the public from April 19 through May 17, 2015 (except Mondays). WestEdge guests can receive $5 off tickets by using the promo code WestEdge2015.

One of the oldest, largest and most successful house and garden tours in the country, the Pasadena Showcase House of Design features the latest products and design concepts in interior design and landscape architecture.  This year’s house is a distinguished estate designed by Fernand Parmentier in 1910 that is an eclectic English Tudor combined with Craftsman elements.  The artistic innovations and philosophy of the burgeoning Arts and Crafts movement are evident in this striking structure.  It features many historical and unique architectural elements including Honduras mahogany beams and moldings, cast plaster ceilings, and distinctive Greuby tile.  The main residence is over 9,400 square feet and is complemented by a 2,600 Carriage House with an upstairs apartment.

Guests are invited to make a day of it and enjoy an onsite restaurant and shopping from 20+ boutiques at a Shopping Showcase. Complimentary parking and shuttle service is located at the Rose Bowl – Lot I at 360 North Arroyo Boulevard in Pasadena.

Participating design firms include:
Ana Maria Martinez-Stumpo
Pacific Hospitality Design
Jerome Thiebault
Jennifer Bevan Interiors
Tocco Finale Corporation
Complete Interior Design
Ederra Design Studio
Yorkshire Kitchens Inc.
Cecile Rose Rubayi Interior Designs
Dana Triano Designs
Robert Frank Design
AFK Fine Furniture for Children
Saxony Design Build
G. H. Wood Design
A. Peltier Interiors, Inc.
Interior Devine, Inc.
Jon Jahr and Associates
Sacred Space Garden Design, Inc.
Lauterbach, Inc.
Yorkshire Kitchens Inc.
Outdoor Elegance, Inc.

Tickets cost between $35-$45 and can be ordered by mail, online at or by calling 714-442-3872. Proceeds support outstanding music and arts programs throughout the community.