Friday, April 22, 2011

Lennox Hill Neighborhood House Designer Decorated Tables!


Its that time of year again! My daughter, Devon, who works for Lindsey Coral Harper sent us wonderful images of the gala tables. 


Lindsey created a lush Indian themed feast for the deities with this sumptuous Kravet fabric. 


Serious flower power comes from Sebastian Li. The place cards are from John Robshaw stationery. 


Eddie Ross, always has the most glorious arrangements. Just when you think he's outdone himself, he wows us again. 


The table is a collaboration with Carleton V. The table cloth is from his atelier. Jaithan just checked in with me, and wanted to convey credit for these charming match boxes:. "Those are handmade matchbooks from our friend, Susan Schneider, of Shandell's in Millerton at every place setting!" 
If you are going near the D and D, pop in to see Eddie's windows for Carleton V. They've been a sensation! The additional Jaithan news flash is: "We're also including Lindsey's (Lindsey Coral Harper's) tables in our next window!" 


Little Rock Arkansas designer, Tobi Fairley, chooses a "big rock" Tiffany Blue for her color scheme. 


Don't you just want to tear into that package, not to mention the dinner?


David Duncan Antiques, presents a tropical cornucopia of fruits and orchids. 


Lynde Easterlin sets off her turf with silks and trophies.


Florida native, Ashley Whittaker, sets another tropical note with a Cowtan and Tout tablecloth.
Chairs- Greenwhich Living
Fabric on chairs- Alan Campbell Zig Zag
Ferns- Plaza Flowers


Christopher Spitzmiller centers his signature hand made lamp base over an Indian quilt recently purchased on a trip to India. The mogul turbans are from John Robshaw.


A sophisticated El Morocco themed table stands out graphically against the riot of color. I am waiting to find out who made this fun table, then I'll let you know.

Last but not least, we have Lucca and company, the only participant that brought their own gorgeous table. It is a custom Belgian blue stone table with solid steel handmade black base.

 Lucca and Company is known for their understated, signature combination of stone, pewter and crystal with Belgian linen.


Thanks to my daughter Devon Morten of LCH interiors for the great pictures!
And....
The Winner of our Giveaway is...

Jeanne Berrong, designer, GDC Home, Charleston, SC


20 comments:

  1. Thanks for the look! Beautiful, creative tables. I'll bet it was a lovely event!

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  2. Love seeing the various tables...I do love Eddie Ross' window displays too! Wishing you a happy Easter weekend, Liz~

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  3. Thanks for sharing these...my gosh they are soooo beautiful. I got so many great ideas and inspirations..one is as pretty as the next. Thank you! Happy Easter!

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  4. Great shots of all these fabulous tables - looks like it was a FABULOUS event!!

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  5. Love the pics! Thanks so much for posting! We had such a great time!

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  6. What an honor! That night was such a whirlwind--here, then gone--but THANK YOU for preserving it a while longer. All the tables were truly fabulous and for such a great cause as well!

    xo
    Eddie + Jaithan

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  7. Thank you so much for showing Tobi Fairley's table where she used our Dunes and Duchess four-arm candelabra in turquoise as a centerpiece. We can't wait to ask her how the floral designer got those flowers placed where they are. Please check out our other colors and designs at www.dunesandduchess.com. Great post! Duchy

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  8. Liz, seeing these tables is SO much fun! I always love how talented individuals pull together their tables. Eddie's always take the cake in my book, though all of these are simply amazing!!!!

    Happy Easter Weekend!
    xoxo Elizabeth

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  9. I'm speechless. these tables are stunning.

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  10. L.....Love the table with the turbans and gazing ball.....I'm definitely hijacking that idea.....thanks for sharing the photos!...k

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  11. Thank you for the credit. Eddie & Jaithan are the best. Love their work and working with them.

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  12. Gorgeous tables. Wouldn't it be fun to enjoy a meal at one? (I commented on your High Point post but meant it to end up here. Told you I had trouble with technology and comments.) Anyway, love your blog. Angela and I (Suzanne) had fun lunching with you and Benji. Am reading all your past posts and look forward to the future ones!

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  13. Love the Lucca table, perfect understatement. Will you be coming up to New York?
    Jose Esteves party in on the 4th,
    Francine

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  14. Magnificent tables. Such an event is always my favorite. Thank you to Devon for bringing this fun into our homes.

    Cheers ~ Deb

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  15. Beautiful tables. Makes you want to throw a party for ten, no?

    Loretta

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  16. wow these are all breathtaking tables!! so extremely beautiful and all the details are perfect touches!

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  17. I have loved seeing all of these posts. You had a few tables that I had not seen! Lovely :) XO, Kelly

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  18. Hi,

    I just have a quick question about your site. Would you mind emailing me back @ christinajohnson126@gmail.com when you get a chance?

    Thanks,
    Christina

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  19. Beautiful tables. Love the sumptuous orange and pink pairing.

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  20. Thank you so much for including Tobi's table featuring our turquoise candelabra! Now, if only she would tell me how she did that flower arrangement on top of it!

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