Tour The Kips Bay Decorator Show House 2016
See pictures of the Kips Bay Decorator Show House in New York City, where 21 top American and Canadian designers have transformed each room into a masterpiece to raise funds for the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club. Since the designers weren’t working for a client, they were able to take more risks and design truly unique spaces. Each room is more spectacular than the next! Click through to see the home’s most inspiring design moments, and don’t forget to Pin your favorite images.
Tour the show house on H&H TV.
A close-up of chalk artist Rajiv Surendru’s hand drawn molding in Garrow Kedigian’s sitting room.
We love the painted floor in Alex Papachristidis’ glamorous salon.
The Lady’s Dressing Room by Les Ensembliers was designed to look like a traditional closet, before opening up into a grand and glamorous space.
A favorite view of the settee “niche.”
Inside the drawers of an exquisite custom dressing table (the jewelry was glued down!).
Groves & Co.’s master bath was graphic and gorgeous.
Here is Harry Heissmann‘s powder room, with a “Queen of the Mälaven” panel-mosaic by Eric Foreth circa 1923, Sweden.
Done in creamy shades with pops of pastel, Suzanne Kasler’s family room is the perfect space to sit back and relax.
Suzanne chose a peaceful palette for the room, which features linens, velvets, and neutral tones.
Victoria Hagen‘s dazzling red-lacquered fireplace chimney caught our eye.
David Kleinberg‘s library was restful and luxurious.
Sawyer/Berson’s Petite Salon was dark and dreamy with a futuristic mosaic door.
The Petite Salon features moody blue walls that are complemented by tan accents.
Here is the Lady Lair by Phillip Thomas with its colorful graffiti walls.
Hollander Design‘s urban oasis on the roof with the amazing wall of potted orchids.