By SARAH SHMERLING | Editor-in-Chief
Originally slated for November 11 and postponed due to the Woolsey fire, the Pacific Palisades Woman’s Club Home Tour will take place on Sunday, January 20.
“The members of PPWC have focused on this wonderful event for months and appreciate your support by visiting this year’s special Pacific Palisades homes, which have been influenced by Palisadian residents,” Co-Chairs Robin Weitz, president, and Kathy Later, vice president, state in the Home Tour booklet.
An “elegant, two-story Craftsman” will be one of the stops on the 33rd annual tour, which benefits Pacific Palisades schools and charitable organizations.
“The Gallery” home showcases 180-degree views of the Pacific Ocean, with large decks and tiers of outdoor entertaining spaces. The home, which will be staged by Carole Decombe with 19th century furnishing, features a post and beam style of architecture.
A “Hidden Secret on the Bluffs,” crafted by Palisades-based architect and interior designer May Sung, is “family-focused, luxurious and versatile,” the booklet states.
Another stop on the tour will be the Backyard studio by Cover—a Los Angeles-based manufacturer of modern, modular backyard homes.
“Please take your time to admire the results of the designers’ hard work, the beautiful custom-designed floral arrangements, the musicians, the food and above all, enjoy your neighbors,” Weitz and Later shared in the booklet.
“We are fortunate to live in this community, among people who share their time and assets to make this a better place.”
The Home Tour, which is the biggest fundraiser of the year for the organization, will take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. To purchase tickets, visit theppwc.org.