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Holiday House Hamptons 2014 :: My Faves

Earlier this summer, Holiday House Hamptons at Watchcase in Sag Harbor opened its doors to the public. Showcasing eighteen talented interior designers, the prestigious design showhouse combines two of founder, Iris Dankner’s passions: interior design and fundraising for breast cancer research. This year Holiday House partnered with Hamptons Cottages and Gardens (HC&G) to deliver an inspiring design house which is actually a 19th century brick factory that’s now being converted into luxury condos. The grand industrial space set the stage for each designer to create a space themed around a holiday or special moment in their life. Here’s a look at some of my favorite spaces.

Holiday House Hamptons 2014 // Living Room

living room by Elizabeth Dow Home

Holiday House Hamptons // Kitchen

kitchen by West Chin Architects and Interior Designers

The event is as much about celebrating life as it is about fighting breast cancer. – Holiday House Hamptons

Holiday House Hamptons // White Room

bungalow living room by ID Creations

Holiday House Hamptons 2014 // Floral Bedroom

master bedroom by Campion Platt

Holiday House Hamptons 2014 // Bathroom

bathroom by Campion Platt

Holiday House Hamptons // Dressing Room

dressing room by Studio MRS

Holiday House Hamptons // Blue Room

media room by Bjornen Design

Holiday House Hamptons 2014 will be open daily until Monday, September 1 at 15 Church Street, Sag Harbor, New York. General admission is $35. For more information and and tickets, please visit: holidayhousehamptons.com.

happy decorating,

cristin

* photo credit: Rikki Snyder via Houzz

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Read full story By on July 21, 2014 in Bathroom, Bedroom, home accessories, houzz, interior design, Interiors, Kitchen, kitchens, Living Room, wallpaper

Holiday House NYC 2012 :: My Faves

In it’s fifth year, Holiday House  is a holiday-themed designer showhouse benefiting The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Twenty-seven top-tier interior designers were asked to decorate a room around any holiday theme (many non-traditional such as “everyday’s a holiday”). Over the course of several months, the designers transformed the masionary-like mansion at Two East 63rd Street on the Upper East Side of  New York City. From modern to traditional, each room has a look and feel of it’s own, yet all are so chic. I’ve pulled a few of my favorite images:

Holiday House Ally Coulter Bar Vignette

Designed by Ally Coulter

Holiday House Dineen Architecture + DesignDesigned by Dineen Architecture + Design

Holiday House Donald Schermerhorn DesignDesigned by Donald Schermerhorn

 Holiday House Suzanne Eason DesignDesigned by Suzanne Eason

Holiday House Charlotte Moss DeskDesigned by Charlotte Moss

Holiday House Robyn Karp DesignDesigned by  Robyn Karp

Tobi Fairley Design Black, White & Pink Sitting RoomDesigned by Tobi Fairley

Holiday House Vincente Wolf DesignDesigned by Vincente Wolf

For those of you in the New York area, the Holiday House is open for touring now through Sunday, November 25th.

*photo credits: Rikki Snyder via Houzz

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Read full story By on November 14, 2012 in Bedroom, charity, furniture, interior design, Interiors, Living Room, living rooms, mantels, office/study, textiles, wallpaper

Helping Fund a Cure :: The Pink Jalk Project

Although it’s November 1st and marks the end of Breast Cancer Awareness month, however the fight for thousands of woman with breast cancer goes on. In addition just over 18,000 women and men in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer this month.  Doctors and researchers are getting closer to finding a cure and making strides on providing more individualized treatment plans to patients which help save lives.

I believe in pink

(Elissa Hudson’s Etsy Shop)

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy and all it’s sorrow, it’s hard to post about a fundraiser for breast cancer, but as a young breast cancer survivor (4+ years!), it’s a cause near and dear to my heart.

For the first time, The Pink Project spotlights a chair designed by a woman – the GJ Chair designed by Grete Jalk. Twenty leading interior designers, architects and design icons have been asked to customize the iconic GJ Chair in personal homage to benefit The Breast Cancer Research Foundation and their worldwide initiatives. There is only one more day to bid on these fabulous chairs… so don’t delay! Here are my faves…

CJ Chair by Harry Allen

By Harry Allen

GJ Chair by Hairi and Hairi

By Gisu & Mojgan Hairi // Hairi and Hairi

CJ Chair by Aerin

By Aerin Lauder / Aerin

CJ Chair by Kelly Wearstler

By Kelly Wearstler for Swarovski

CJ Chair by Goto

By Stephanie Goto

xoxo

Cristin

 

 

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Read full story By on November 1, 2012 in chairs, charity, furniture, interior design