Lenox Hill Gala Finale

With all the design events lately, it’s been challenging to keep up and then when I saw Lilly Bunn‘s lovely feature in the new House Beautiful, I realized I had never shared hers and several other favorite tables from the Lenox Hill Gala. I loved her use of the brown and white gingham for her Picnic in the Park table.

Lenox Hill Gala It was lovely against the lilac and purple flowers in the centerpiece created by Renny and Reed.

lenox hill gala

Nina Campbell also used purple to great effect in her dramatic centerpiece for Asprey.

Nina Campbell for Asprey at Lenox Hill Gala

Beautiful plates, silver accoutrements and hand calligraphy by Bernard Maisner made for an elegant table.

Nina Campbell for Asprey at Lenox Hill Gala

Studio Alta created their Chroma Shift table with hand dyed rope and Eskayel fabric.

studio alta with eskayel lenox hill gala table

Here is how they wrapped their centerpiece.

eskayel lenox hill gala

Mercedes Desio and Alberto Villalobos of Etós created a sky high tree-like centerpiece (the gentleman in the photo is with the restaurant).

Etos at Lenox Hill Gala

for a fresh yellow themed spring table. I’m looking forward to seeing their room at Kips Bay this week.

etos lenox hill gala

McMillen Inc.‘s tower of tulips included mirrors that reflected the bouquets below.

McMillen tulips at Lenox Hill Gala

Fun plates and napkin arrangements echoed the balancing act of the centerpiece.

macmillen inc lenox hill gala table

Andrea Stark‘s table in honor of Mario Buatta included a seemingly life-size cut out of the designer as the centerpiece

mario buatta table by stark at lenox hill gala

with the requisite chintz tablecloth and monogrammed napkins celebrating Mario’s princely status.

stark lenox hill gala table

Libby Langdon‘s table was a crisp ship shape nautical theme.

libby langdon lenox hill gala

And blue was celebrated with a spectacular hydrangea arrangement at Sam Allen‘s China Blues table.

Sam Allen Lenox Hill Gala table

I loved the bold graphic appeal of Edward Lobrano‘s table with fabrics from Peter Fasano.

Edward Lobrano Lenox Hill table

Stop back tomorrow as we take a look at the fabulous rooms at Design on a Dime.

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2 Responses to Lenox Hill Gala Finale

  1. Beautiful post. I was there but it is hard to see everything and visit at the same time. Of his giant cardboard cutout, Mario told me, “It’s the stiffest I’ve been in years.” He is so naughty. ;o

  2. franki says:

    The flowers…oh…the flowers!! franki

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