2017 Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Spring Gala
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2017 Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Spring Gala

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{Photography by Ricardo Ricci} During the earlier part of this week, I was in New York for Tuesday’s annual Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Spring Gala at the beautiful Cipriani 42. The organization provides an extraordinary number of services to New Yorkers in need, so it was an honor to participate in an event benefitting such a worthy cause. This year’s theme was…

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{Photography by Ricardo Ricci}

During the earlier part of this week, I was in New York for Tuesday’s annual Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Spring Gala at the beautiful Cipriani 42. The organization provides an extraordinary number of services to New Yorkers in need, so it was an honor to participate in an event benefitting such a worthy cause. This year’s theme was “All that Glitters” which I interpreted through rich, vibrant jewel tones. I love pink and especially love pink flowers, which served as the impetus for the table’s design. I selected one of my very favorite fabrics, Schumacher’s Samarkand Ikat for the tablecloth, then added the rest of the glittering elements. I worked with a fabulously talented floral designer, Tom Borgese who formerly worked as an editor at Martha Stewart Living and the original Domino to create a lush, beautiful centerpiece filled with garden roses, lilacs, ranunculus, tulips, anemones, and red bud to mimic the colors of amethyst, ruby, and rose quartz.

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{Photography by Ricardo Ricci}

A Closer Look at the Details: One of my favorite shops in Houston, A Bientot, created a custom monogram based on my design firm’s logo and executed it on raspberry napkins with elegant gold thread. The Gem Block Napkin Rings from Kim Seybert feature malachite accents to expand on the jewel tone theme. The Faceted Flatware, also from Kim Seybert, mimics the look of crystal. The beautiful china is in the Syracuse and Arc en Ciel patterns from Robert Haviland & C. Parlon through Mottahedeh. The Gold Patina Placemats from Kim Seybert really added the glitter factor to the table, while chic hexagonal Tip Top Tea Lights from Artemest added a chic, modern element to the table. Last, but certainly not least, Addison Weeks provided beautiful and delicious-smelling bejeweled candles with brass lids and rose gold cabochons as a favor for the guests at our table. It was a truly beautiful evening filled with inspiring, inventive designs, fun on the dance floor with friends, and memories I won’t soon forget. Below, you’ll find a few of my favorite tables from the event. 

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{Sweet Peas & Spring Colors by Christopher Spitzmiller who Debuted Beautiful, New Dinnerware for the Evening | Photography by Marco Ricca}

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{Christopher Spitzmiller | Photography by Marco Ricca}

Table Setting

{Chic Simplicity by Villalobos Desio— Sexy and Glamorous! | Photography by Marco Ricca}

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{Villalobos Desio | Photography by Marco Ricca}

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{A Citrus Garden by Cathy Kincaid | Photography by Ricardo Ricci}

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{Cathy Kincaid | Photography by Ricardo Ricci}

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{Lemons & Effortless Style by Grace Rosenstein with Serena & Lily | Photography by Ricardo Ricci}

Table Setting

{Jared Hughes and Nina Marie Nash created a fun table with a painterly tablecloth and beautiful arrangements with lush peonies and romantic ranunculus. | Photography by Marco Ricca}

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{Amanda Lindroth brought Bahamas Chic to New York | Photography by Marco Ricca}

Table Setting

{Amanda Lindroth | Photography by Marco Ricca}

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{Lindsey Coral Harper based her table’s design on the fictional book about Truman Capote and his favorite ladies, The Swans of Fifth Avenue. | Photography by Marco Ricca}

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{Rebecca Vizzard‘s table was very creative featuring Fortuny-swathed eggs and accents. | Photography by Ricardo Ricci}

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{Birds were a popular motif! Montana Timchula‘s interpretation was quite chic. | Photography by Marco Ricca}

Table Setting

{Sam Allen‘s table smelled divine thanks to bundles of hyacinth in Christopher Spitzmiller cachepots. He also used chic Christopher Spitzmiller plates, which I love. | Photography by Marco Ricca}

For more coverage of the event and to see more beautiful tables, check out these stories on Architectural Digest and Quintessence!

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