Must See Interior Design Showhouse In Saddle River, New Jersey

By | October 4, 2016
Heroes To Heroes interior design showhouse, Saddle River, NJ

Chris Monroe |

Imagine a mansion in Saddle River, NJ with 10,000 square feet of luxurious space including two master bedrooms and 18 other rooms, each designed by a different top interior designer!

Meet The Designers!

Imagine no more as this house currently exists and is available for viewing between now and November 13th!

And, as a fantastic bonus, proceeds will go to benefit the Heroes To Heroes Foundation, a 501(c)(3) that helps military veterans suffering with PTSD, moral injury and traumatic brain injury begin the process of healing.

But don’t take our word about how incredible the house is!

Read what two media outlets in attendance at the Showhouse Opening Night Gala on September 28th had to say…

And after you read the clips below, buy your Showhouse tickets here!

…Each designer or design team began with a blank slate, says Anka Ilin, who with her husband, Amir, constructed the $5,995,000 listing as a real estate investment. They offered it as a showhouse setting earlier this year, and Heroes for Heroes was later selected as the charity. Amir Ilin, who himself served in the Israeli Army, is on the board of Heroes to Heroes, his wife said.

The designers were given complete design freedom, Anka Ilin said, with the understanding that some spaces would have to be returned to their original state according to their preferences or those of a buyer. Ilin says the showhouse is guaranteed its six-week run even if it sells during that period.

Working without guidelines imposed by a client or the owners, many were able to indulge design fantasies…‘ (

If HGTV and Vogue had a baby then this is basically what it would look like: the 2016 Designer Showhouse preview party!

More than 20 interior designers collaborated on transforming the expansive Saddle River estate with inspiring furniture, artwork, lighting and accents. All of which made a fabulous backdrop for the VIP guests at Wednesday night’s event. The showhouse is held annually, with a different charity benefiting each year. The Heroes to Heroes Foundation, which offers support, emotional healing, suicide prevention and more for veterans, hosted the September 28 preview to show off the unique home decor project for the first time.‘ (


Read more about the Heroes To Heroes Foundation here.

Michael Haltman is President of Hallmark Abstract Service in New York and a Director of Heroes To Heroes Foundation.

He can be reached at or at 516.741.4723.

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