The 2009 Decorators' Show House (DSH) will transform a 1920s home in historic Upper Arlington, according to the Women's Board of the Columbus Museum of Art.

The 2009 Decorators' Show House (DSH) will transform a 1920s home in historic Upper Arlington, according to the Women's Board of the Columbus Museum of Art.

The 2009 Show House will feature a gracious tudor revival home at 2575 Leeds Road. Built in 1924, the home features a combination of 1920s charm and modern convenience.

The DSH tour will feature more than 30 spaces, including five bedrooms and five baths, decorated by more than 20 designers. The home is currently owned by a member of the Galbreath family.

The Decorators' Show House is set for April 21 through May 10. Tickets are $20 each and will be available at the Columbus Museum of Art gift shop, at the door during Show House hours and online at www.columbusmuseum.org.

DSH, a tradition for 35 years, is a biennial fundraiser benefiting the Columbus Museum of Art. DSH is presented by the Museum's 500-member Women's Board auxiliary in conjunction with local Chapter 32 of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID).

Since 1975, the Show House has showcased the best in interior design from top local ASID interior designers against a backdrop of central Ohio's finest homes. Typically attracting more than 15,000 visitors during its three-week run, DSH has generated more than $3-million for the Columbus Museum of Art, supporting the museum's upcoming exhibitions, acquisitions of art and rich educational experiences.

Sponsors of the 2009 event include Grange Insurance, WBNS-10 TV, Heidelberg Distributing Company, Wood Landscape Services, Peabody Landscape Group, Yard Solutions, and Environmental Management, Inc.

The Columbus Museum of Art creates great experiences with great art for everyone. The Columbus Foundation, the Greater Columbus Arts Council, and the Ohio Arts Council provide ongoing support. The museum and the shop are open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and until 8:30 p.m. every Thursday. For information, call 614-221-4848 or visit www.columbusmuseum.org.