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Show House Preview Party



STORY AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY MEGAN VENABLE

The Knoxville Symphony League opened its 32nd Designer ShowHouse with an invitation-only Preview Party at the new Regas Square Luxury Condominiums. Four of the units on the sixth floor of the building were open for tours. Attendees to the ShowHouse Preview Party were encouraged to float between the spaces and admire the décor selected for each condo, most of which is available for purchase. This year’s designers were Bennett, Ethan Allen Design Center, Paula Clancy of Nouveau Classics and Al Yanno. All proceeds will support the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra.

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