We are back for the 2nd part of the DIFFA selections at the 2015 Architectural Digest Home Design Show. It is always amazing how talented these folks are and what imagination they have in design.
Kravet’s space featured the signature bunnies of its designer, Hunt Slonem.
I really liked this display, it had so many elements going on
With the gloomy winter we have had in the Northeast, it was so nice to see so much color everywhere you turned!
Spin Ceramics designed by Kitty Hawks
Kitty Hawks designed a space reminiscent of a Japanese tearoom for Spin Ceramics’ table.
Designer Corey Damen Jenkins completed Beacon Hill’s table with elegant wall panels from de Gournay.
How gorgeous is this?
Hermès’s table, under an ornate equine decoration, featured the brand’s new tableware line, Voyage en Ikat.
This setting from Hermès’s was just really very elegant
Marks & Frantz created an opera-house-like space for the New York Design Center.
The green was really a nice change!
Architectural Digest looked to event designer (and AD special projects editor) Bronson van Wyck for this year’s table, which featured awning fabric by Kravet; a blue Bamboo Trellis tablecloth by Brunchwig & Fils; Campbell House dinnerware, Paris Flea Market flatware, spiral glassware, and cobalt goblets by Bunny Williams for Ballard Design; Salon side chairs by Bernhardt; and an Axel orb chandelier by Currey & Company.
The red, white and blue colors here just really stood out. I liked this setting very much!
Echo Design’s kaleidoscopic booth was swathed in the company’s Heirloom India pattern.
Ralph Lauren Home celebrated its new paints with cheery spring florals.
I loved the idea of flowers in the paint cans! It really looked so wonderful on the table!
Ottowa, Canada’s booth, an ode to the capital.
Sunbrella’s boldly colorful scene was devised by Dransfield & Ross.
This colorful table setting was my favorite! I just love every part of it !
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