Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Holiday House 2011: A Recap

Now a holiday tradition in New York City, the Holiday House is an exhibit of unique tabletop vignettes and rooms with a touch of season cheer. Founded four years ago by Doris Dunkner in an effort to benefit the Greater New York City affiliate of the Susan G. Komen for the cure®, Holiday House continues to gain support. A notable list of talented designers are invited to showcase their flair for d├ęcor, using festive pieces to accent the vignettes.

This year was no different—elaborate and beautiful, each vignette tells a story. Sponsored by Traditional Home Magazine, there were over 30 participants and designers who contributed to the cause. Holiday House kicked off on November 16th and ended on December 11th bringing in throngs of guests, volunteers, designers and supporters.

The venue, a historic mansion in the Upper East Side, was open to party guests who were able to check out each room and partake in the many scheduled events.

Did you have a favorite vignette? We hope to attend next year’s Holiday House and remain apart of the fight against breast cancer. Hope to see you there!

(photo: tabletop by Diane Durocher Interiors)

1 comment:

  1. Wow!
    Nice house i think it's the best for the holidays.. i really like it and i want to make my home like it...nice blog I enjoyed reading your article, many thanks….I love this whole look! You are amazing.
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