THE LENOX HILL NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE SPRING GALA 2015

Last week, we had the chance to go to one of our favorite events of the year: the Lenox Hill gala. No less than 50 designers participated to decorate their assigned tables. This year, the theme was “The Eden Garden”. Each one of them came up with wonderful center pieces, representing their own vision of the nature and the sin. Here’s a glimpse at what we saw! (And check out last year’s tables!)

 

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1. Christopher Spitzmiller came up with this blue-oriented table. Our crush? The butterfly balloons hanging above beautiful rose bouquets.

 

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2. If we had to pick one item to bring home from this table designed by Edward Lobrano Interior Design, it would probably be the huge vase. The colors of the table reminds us of the antique period.

 

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3. We enjoyed visiting Kapito Muller‘s room in the Holiday House last December, and we enjoyed watching their table this time! This antique sculpture is highlighted by the pink and white rose bouquets.

 

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4. This table, despite its simplicity, is amazing: the emerald and the white perfectly match and beautiful plant adds the nature touch we were looking for. Good job Patrick Mell!

 

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5. Sam Allen added a touch of Chinese design to his garden of Eden. Those aquarelle blue fishes and the white tulips brings a contemporary vision.

 

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6. Garden of Eden is synonymous is the tree of sin. Here it is! Ware Porter decided to step in the game and build one of his own as a center table piece.

 

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7. If you’re going to put flowers on your table, you better put a lot of them! That’s what Ashley Whittaker did with a beautiful flower composition and branches topped with blossoms.

 

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8. Talking about flower arrangements… Duneier Design came up with this gorgeous bouquet, displayed in a giant Martini glass.

 

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9. Lindsay Coral Harper Interior Design took the path of the cuteness with those gold and pink flamingos. A good way to contrast with the modern patterns of the tablecloths and napkins.

 

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10. Carolina Irving took the most adorable items from the Oscar de la Renta Home collection. The colors and shapes looks a bit frenchy and we love it!

 

{Images from 1 to 6 Courtesy of Chris Delaney; Images from 7 to 10 Courtesy of Marco Ricca}

 

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