LUXURY IS IN THE DETAILS #hhnyc2017

LUXURY IS IN THE DETAILS #hhnyc2017

LUXURY IS IN THE DETAILS #hhnyc2017

Iris Danker, Queen of the designer showhouse known as ‘HOLIDAY HOUSE’ is holding court until Wednesday, December 6th. The breast cancer survivor and founder of the stylish New York Showhouse—whose proceeds benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation—marks the tenth year of the benefit show house as well as Danker’s own 20-year anniversary of being cancer-free. This year’s showhouse procured 24 designers, each adding luxury details to Manhattan’s historic Academy Mansion.

Gorgeous art, luminous lighting, fantabulous furniture and the chicest paint colors (Benjamin Moore) helped make 2017 a stellar year for luxury details at Holiday House NYC.  From over-the-top game rooms to festival inspired hallways and glamorous French kitchens, the mansion’s rooms come to awe-inspiring life.

Participating designers include Robin Baron Design IncBjörn Björnsson Interior Design LLCBJS Assoc. Interior DesignVanessa DeLeon AssociatesGenevieve GorderGroves & Co.Rio HamiltonJacqueline Hosford Interior Design LLCYoung Huh Interior DesignAlyssa Kapito InteriorsNatalie Kraiem InteriorsPatrik Lönn DesignLucinda Loya InteriorsMagness DesignMannarino Design Inc.Charles J. Nafie DesignKim Radovich InteriorsJames RixnerCheryl Settino MosherCynthia Spence DesignStedila DesignTouijer Designs LLC, and Jaime Walters.

Holiday House has received critical acclaim, been endorsed by some of the most celebrated global luxury brands, and has expanded to showhouses in the Hamptons on Long Island, SoHo in downtown Manhattan, and premiered this Fall in London, England.

This ‘part two’ story is meant to highlight luxurious details inside a handful of rooms at New York’s Academy Mansion. #luxuryisinthedetails

Queen of Holiday House Design Shows, Iris Dankner is flanked by her court of Architects, Designers, and Artists for #hhnyc2017

Published in conjunction with the tenth year of the New York-based showhouse Holiday House, the book highlights the best and brightest rooms by over 75 of the world’s top interior designers. Holiday House: Ten Years of Decorating for a Cure is a celebration of the union of design and philanthropy.
FIRST FLOOR LOUNGE by RIO HAMILTON – this is the smallest room in the mansion and dedicated to Iris Dankner. The wallpaper (LGC) is a photographic collage of the who’s who of past Holiday House events. It’s moments and memories of friends and family of the iconic designer showhouse ” #photographylife
Brooklyn based furniture manufacturer ‘NAULA’ customed made triplet benches for the MOMENTS room. Each bench has its own custom sized inset pad #sochic

 

The GAME ROOM by Björn Björnsson Design LLC (current ASID NY President) This top-floor lounge has a Blatt Billards table centered in a divided room with various game setups. #gamefloor
Originally founded in 1845, Mark Cross is arguably America’s first luxury goods label. This classic equestrian trunk is a galloping addition to the game room #giddieup

THE OPPOSITE DAY room designed by Lucinda Loya. Black and white details to the max.
Custom designed daybed from London based SAVOIR BEDS. #tailormade artwork by Jo Bird
Lucinda Loya created a graphic space in all black-and-white. #cozycorner

THE EUROPEAN KITCHEN by Interior Designer Young Huh who stands with Iris Dankner + Amy Rosenblum inside Young’s expansive custom BOSCH kitchen with surfaces from Cambria and tile from Akdo

The drapery detail in Young Huh’s kitchen is flawlessly installed by Stitch NYC using Duralee fabric Stockbridge 118# FR Sheers Collection – #DS61659 in color 81-SNOW. #snowlove

THE KIDS ROOM by Jaime Walters is a Throwback to her own childhood beginning with the sign on the crib that reads ‘feminist’. #nevergrowup
Wonderful Chicken Desk – good design begins with functionality – #chirp

SECOND FLOOR LANDING by Cynthia Spence Design is a quiet, indoor sculpture garden adorned with industrial sophistication.
Cynthia Spence stands next to a Stephen De Staebler -Rooted Man with Outstretched Arm. 2010.

The beautiful transition from Cynt 2nd-floor 2nd-floor landing to Charles Nafie’s corridor. #tilt
THE GRAND CORRIDOR by Charles J. Nafie Design The multiarched hallway is inundated with stripes and Venetian masks hanging on the walls. It is an elegant and exciting lift to a windowless space. #fondlyfestive
Charles Nafie stands in his “L” shaped corridor.


THE GENTLEMAN’s STUDY by Patrik Lönn is an elegant nest with walls covered in a brown leaf print and a chic bookshelf from Christian Liaigre filled with tribal masks and decoratives.
Lounge Chair luxury – fabric from DEDAR, throw by Hermes.

 

Patrik Lönn leaf print walls and gorgeous round mirror.

 

 

Rio Hamilton

Rio Hamilton is a business development professional with vast marketing and sales experience.He specializes in brand promotion for the luxury interior design and lifestyle industries. Rio works with companies, individuals and groups on concentrated brand identity and elevation. He has a popular website that chronicles "the who's who" at design and fashion events throughout greater New York.

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