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.
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.
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.
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.
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,
and pretty floral tablecloth by Cowtan and Tout.
Aman & Meeks summoned the genius of Alexander Calder with their mobile-topped 20th Century Visionary table.
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.
The vibrant colors of 1980’s Neo-expressionism was displayed by Villalobos Desio in their Chroma table.
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.
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.
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.
Congrats to all designers who participated. The Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala tables made for a magical and meaningful evening in design.