Okay folks - it's back! The Little Silver Kitchen Tour! It's happening this Thursday and it's sure to be a good one. Every few years, the Little Silver PTO sponsors a kitchen tour and it's always a big hit. It's a great way to support the schools AND an amazing opportunity to get into some of the finest homes of Little Silver!
I'm lucky enough to be part of the tour, not only as a tablescape designer in one of the houses, but also as a volunteer on the actual day. My friend, Liz, and I get to man the Parker Homestead, which is the oldest house in Little Silver. This also means it was the first kitchen of Little Silver! How cool is that? I've always loved the idea of living "in the old days". Maybe we should dress the part - what do you think, Liz? Are you in?
Okay, here are the details. The tour is on Thursday, May 4th from 8:30 - 3:00 and tickets are $60. The starting point is at the Parker Homestead, which is adjacent to Sickles Park on Rumson Road. There's shopping at the Red Barn Boutique (right next to the Parker Homestead) from 8:30 - 12:30. Homes open at 9:30 so you can check in at the Parker Homestead, do a little Mother's Day shopping at the Red Barn Boutique, and then be on your merry way at 9:30.
The tour features 9 exceptional kitchens, including the home of House of Cline Designer, Amanda Haytaian and the Parker Homestead. The tour is self-guided, which means you can go in whatever order you please and stay as long as you want at each home. Each home features a chef who will be serving up delicious food to keep you sustained throughout your journey through town. There's also great design inspiration at each house, where a florist and and designer have worked their magic.
See below for more details!
I hope to see you on Thursday!
I'm all about sharing ideas in home design, gardening and living so we can love our homes. I'm joined by my dog, Boomer, who is always by my side.