“The Right Wing Lounge”, a Master Lounge on the 3rd Floor by Venessa Deleon Associates
“Original design starts with a playful idea for living. The oversized Cage Chair and sets the stage, tempting the individual to choose between captivity and freedom of leisurely play.”
The historic 1904, 12,00 square feet mansion designed by architect Charles A. Platt, located at 125 East 65th street is the venue for the 12th Annual Holiday House NYC . The event opened to the public on November 19th and will close on December 15th. This event features 15 designers from the New York area displaying their unique creations. Tickets are available through Eventbrite. Holiday House NYC is hosted by founder, interior designer and breast cancer survivor Iris Danker, along with Design Chair Amy Lau, raises funds for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
I’m honored once more, for the opportunity to participate in this worthy cause. This year my room is the master lounge, titled “The Right Wing Lounge.” Hues of dark blue set the tone added a mysterious-allure throughout the space. A spectacular billiard table, some cool pop art and life-size bird cage create a playful yet soothing ambience. For inspiration, the words in neon, “Better to be a free bird than a captive king,” the meaning is to tempt the individual to choose between captivity and the freedom of leisurely play. Pour yourself a drink and stay for awhile.
This room came to life with the help of these great vendors and product purveyors: Stark Carpets, Benjamin Moore, Nash Stone Group, Foro Marble Company, John Lyle, Bernhardt, Plexicraft, Hudson Valley Lighting, Kravet, Elizabeth Sutton Collection, Aviva Stanoff, Blatt Billiards, Bungelow5, Evenlins Creations, Allstar Builders & Renovations, Elbra for Vanessa Deleon, for more infomation regarding the purchasing of these items, please drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Breakfast at Tiffany’s” in the 2nd Floor Salon by Ally Coulter Designs
“Neue Drawing Room” in the 2nd Floor Living Room by Bennett Leifer Interiors
“A French Affair” in the 3rd Floor Master Bedroom by Bjorn Bjornsson Interior Design
When designing a space, it is such a pleasure to evoke on a sense of discovery. Creating an environment that defines each personal style while surrounded with color, furnishings and art can lift the spirits and gives us such unbelievable joy.