Lenox Hill Gala 2018

Today we’ll take a last look at more of the tables from the Lenox Hill Gala 2018 before we move on to see what was new at Tabletop Market. A hint of spring was seen at Cathy Kincaid‘s table where a centerpiece by Sebastian Li set the tone

Cathy Kincaid Lenox Hill Gala 2018with a tablecloth in Sister Parish Design‘s Titania, Ginori plates and Charmajesty  monogrammed napkins completing the pretty picture.

Cathy Kincaid table at Lenox Hill gala

Designer Kristin McCory worked with Stellar Style Events to create her amazing centerpiece.

Kristen McCory Lenox Hill gala 2018

A tablecloth of Schumacher’s Brighton Pavillion by Miles Redd mixed beautifully with Pottery Barn chinoiserie dinnerware (sadly no longer available).

Kristen McCory Lenox Hill gala 2018

Jonathan Savage counted on his preening peacock to make a splash, atop his smashing centerpiece by Lewis Miller.

Jonathan Savage Lenox Hill Gala 2018

Chargers from West Elm and his own Savage Towels helped create his lush bird’s eye view.

Jonathan Savage Lenox Hill gala

Cullman & Kravis cleverly interpreted the evening’s theme Make a Splash with paint.

Cullman Kravis Lenox Hill Gala 2018

The poppy filled shiny paint can centerpiece (still not quite sure how it remained standing – another angle below)

Cullman Kravis Lenox Hill gala

was a great contrast to the fabulous tablecloth – all embroidered as paint splatter – so creative and colorful!

Cullman Kravis 2018 Lenox Hill gala

Sam Allen harnessed the theme through Carleton V’s bold scaled Sea island fabric.

Sam Allen

Christopher Spitzmiller‘s large urn and faux bois cachepots mixed with iconic Dodie Thayer plates for a fresh breath of spring.

Sam Allen Lenox Hill gala table21

On a tablecloth of Manuel Canovas’ Compiegne, a pattern based on a 17th century tapestry, Margaret Kirkland chose Julia B linens and dinnerware to create an Italian countryside inspired scene.

Margaret Kirkland Lenox Hill gala

Glasses by Bunny Williams for Ballard and charming scalloped chair covers completed the fantasy.

Margaret Kirkland Lenox Hill gala

Petit Lau made a splash with her under the sea table inspired by the Thibaut Napali which include’s Petit’s signature vermillion red/orange.

Peti Lau Lenox HillL’Objet Celestial bowls resembling sea urchins and Christofle Uni Mirror Ball Vases filled with succulents created a dialogue of matte and shiny in front of a centerpiece of orchids amaranth and quince by Petal by Pedal. Texture was added with Royal Limoges Makassar plates, Kim Seybert Capiz placemats and Vista Alegre goblets.

Peti Lau Lenox HillTimothy Brown referenced a very big splash – the Great Wave off Kanagawa (immortalized in the famous Hokusai painting) for his table.

Timothy Brown

A giant centerpiece of cherry blossom and flamingo leaves by Amy Eisenstadt, perhaps relating to the current Sakura blossoming, and Zak and Fox’s handsome new Roto, with bamboo accents, lent Timothy’s table an understated eastern flair.

Timothy Brown Lenox Hill

Designer Nicole Fuller teamed with luxury Italian artisan site, Artemest, to create her Isola Bella Paradise table. Vine covered chairs and tree-like centerpiece enveloped a table

Nicole Fuller:Artemest Lenox Hill Gala 2018

set with selections from the site.

Nicole Fuller Lenox HillKim Seybert constructed her table around a blossoming tree centerpiece,

Kim Seybert

culling from her copious tabletop collections.

Kim Seybert Lenox Hill gala

Jenny Kirschner dove under the sea to make a splash at Lenox Hill.

Jenny Kirschner Lenox Hill

A lush centerpiece by Polux Fleuriste, fabrics from Rubelli, chargers from l’Objet with plates from their collaboration with Fortuny and flowing jellyfish sculptures from Dynasty Gallery melded for a sumptuous underwater scene.

Jenny Kirschner Lenox Hill

Natalie Kraiem enlisted Marzan Flowers to create a floating garden as centerpiece, inspired by the flowers in Giverny.

Natalie Kraiem Lenox Hill

Anna Weatherley plates, Herend chargers and Vista Allegra goblets sat on a tablecloth of Kravet fabric.

Natalie Kraiem Lenox Hill gala 2018 tableRio Hamilton‘s artistic water themed table featured a lucite centerpiece by LAMOU,

Rio Hamiltonstriking handblown glass vessels by Jeremy Silva, Marcel Wanders for Christofle silverware, napkins from Beacon Hill silk and Frette under plate napkins.

Rio Hamilton Lenox Hill tableall photos by Stacey Bewkes for Quintessence

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8 Responses to Lenox Hill Gala 2018

  1. Diane Martinson says:

    Sensational-thank you tor showing!💕

  2. Margaret Spain says:

    Fabulous! I hope you filmed it too? Thank you so much!! 💕

  3. franki parde says:

    Oh, geez…guess it’s the “Peacock table”…outstanding!!! franki

  4. Bleakergirl says:

    West Elm chargers, mirrored, silver or black?
    Thanks.

  5. Jackie says:

    Thank you Stacey! Who did the fabulous coral embroidered napkins on Lau’s table? And the napkin rings? And the (tortoise?)silverware?

  6. carolyn laing says:

    Hello!

    Thanks for sharing. I was at the event and was loving Catherine Brown Paterson’s “Singing in the Rainforest” table! Did you see it? She had a gorgeous pink trimmed umbrella and delightful wicker monkeys cavorting around the DeGournay themed tablescape! It was my favorite! Please post if you have pics!!!

  7. mekka.dijkkamp says:

    sublime superbe…

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