Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala Tables Part II

As I know everyone enjoys the originality of the Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala tables, today we’ll take a final look at a few more of these creations. Gala Leadership Committee member Lindsay Coral Harper celebrated the Ming Dynasty with a colorful tablecloth of Robert Allen Fabric with fun Samuel and Sons tassel trim.

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala Tables Lindsay Coral Harper

The table featured accessories from her own Lamshop, menus from Ginna Dunlap and fabulous forsythia centerpiece (above) from Sebastian Li.

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala Tables Lindsay Coral Harper Interior Design

The Kapito Muller team represented Chintz in the 80s. On a tablecloth of Soane’s charming new Dianthus Chintz, a classic mix of wicker, rattan and blue and white updated the vintage theme with fresh appeal.

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala Tables Kapito MullerGinger jars from William Wayne, Mecox Gardens hurricanes, Bunny Williams’ Campbell House plates for Ballard, and chargers from Wisteria worked together for a perfect spring tablescape.

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala Tables Kapito Muller Interiors

Interbellum Paris in the 30’s was a golden age of artistic creativity. CeCe Barfield‘s It’s Delovely table represented the style and glamour of those popular expat years.

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala Tables CeCe Barfield

With a large jazzy centerpiece by Plaza Flowers, Cowtan & Tout table skirt (fabricated by Rebecca’s Sewing Service), majolica dinnerware and charming menus by Hayley Sarno, I felt like Josephine Baker was going to make an entrance any minute.

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala Tables CeCe Barfield Inc

Juan Montoya also chose the City of Lights between the wars for his Springtime in Paris table. Focussing on the 1920’s and the birth of Art Deco,

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala Tables Juan Montoya

he expressed the stylistic movement and the freshness of the season with beautiful linens from E. Braun and centerpiece arrangement from ZeZé Flowers.

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala Tables Juan Montoya Designjpg

Sam Allen‘s table channelled a Dutch Garden Tea Party with a festive flowering centerpiece by KDJ Botanica

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala Tables Sam Allen

and pretty floral tablecloth by Cowtan and Tout.

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala Tables Sam Allen Interiors

Aman & Meeks summoned the genius of Alexander Calder with their mobile-topped 20th Century Visionary table.

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala Tables Aman & Meeks

Within an elegant sea of white, their table featured an embroidered Holland & Sherry table skirt, capturing the energy and creative wit of the famous artist.

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala Tables Aman & Meeks Interiors

The vibrant colors of 1980’s Neo-expressionism was displayed by Villalobos Desio in their Chroma table.

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala Tables Villalobos Desio

Fabric from Holly Hunt, Byzanteum plates from l’Objet and dramatic floral centerpiece by Nicolas Cogrel coalesced into an edgy dynamic table.

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala Tables Villalobos Desio

In an homage to the great Scottish Art Nouveau architect and designer, Campion Platt‘s Mackintosh Moment table celebrated Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s innovative style.

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala Tables Campion Platt

The grid-like centerpiece is a clever nod to Mackintosh’s love of both nature and the Arts and Crafts movement. With pieces from Michael Aram and DWR, Campion expressed the eclectic nature of Mackintosh’s designs – the plates referencing his beautiful floral watercolors and Mogens Lassen’s Kubus candelabra recalling his modern approach to geometric forms.

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala Tables Campion Platt

Sasha Bikoff brought back the extravagance of the 80’s with her Underwater World table. With an eye popping centerpiece by Manhattan Aquariums,

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala Tables Sasha Bikoffher marine life themed Pierre Frey tablecloth and dinnerware from Scully & Scully brought underwater luxury to the dining table.

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala Tables Sasha Bikoff

Tamara Stephenson and Susan Young are partners in their textile company Root Cellar Designs. The duo designed a suite of three fabrics for the tablecloth, chair backs and napkins to coordinate with their theme Acanthus Columns: A Romanesque Revival Garden Celebration.

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala Tables Root Cellar DesignsTabletop included a centerpiece from NY Topiary in a classical urn from Newel and dinnerware from Lenox topped with decorative paper butterflies.

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala Tables Root Cellar Designs

Congrats to all designers who participated. The Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala tables made for a magical and meaningful evening in design.


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5 Responses to Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala Tables Part II

  1. franki says:

    Whoa…I REALLY NEED to “step up” my tablescapes!! A la Sasha Bikoff !!! franki

  2. Betsy Bigler says:

    Fabulous! Thanks for sharing, Stacey!

  3. mekka dijkkamp says:

    superbe

  4. Addison says:

    I love every single table. Lovely design! Stunning!

  5. I “pinned” many!

    Thank you , Stacey!!!

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