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Morristown's Mansion in May Adds Two More Designers


MORRISTOWN, NJ - Two more New Jersey designers have been added to the extensive list of professionals that will transform Alnwick Hall - The Abbey into the 18th Annual Mansion in May. 

Throughout the month of May, visitors can walk through over 57 interior rooms and landscape spaces. To see a full list the designers, click HERE

Designers from Re-Feather Your Nest of Mt. Freedom are passionate about transforming homes into comfortable living spaces. For the Mansion in May, these designers will incorporate passionate shades of teal to provide a sense of calm and rejuvenation. The space will be created in a transitional style with a blend of streamlined comfort and warmth.

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Designers from Sandra John Interiors of Bernardsville will transform their space into a writing room where one can work, socialize and relax no matter the time of day or season. The entire room will be black and white and will feature a desk for work, a social area for entertaining and a resting area for relaxation.

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Take an interactive "Before" tour by clicking HERE.

Tickets can be purchased on-line until May 31. Visit www.Mansioninmay.org to purchase tickets online. During the month of April, 30 stores will have Mansion in May tickets for sale. Click here for a complete list of stores selling tickets. Tickets will also be sold at the door, May 1 through May 31.

Tickets are $40 per person until April 30 and $50 from May 1 - May 31. Mansion in May is the preeminent fundraising event of the Women's Association for Morristown Medical Center. All proceeds from the event will go toward the establishment of The Center for Nursing Innovation and Research at Morristown Medical Center. 

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