If you had to design a room based on a truly memorable vacation, which would you choose? Interior designer Bjorn Bjornsson of New York-based firm Bjorn Bjornsson Interior Design was inspired by a charming holiday in Europe for his latest bedroom design, “A French Affair,” unveiled at this year’s Holiday House NYC event.
Interior designer Jasmine Lam of the dually New York and Miami-based firm Jasmine Lam Interior Design + Architecture showcased an elegant reception room at the Holiday House NYC 2019 – her first time participating in a show house. In addition to it being a relaxing sitting room, her space also serves as a well-traveled art collector’s dream.
Southampton-based interior designer Elsa Soyars of Elsa Soyars Interiors LLC presented an stylish dining room titled “Parisian Salon” at the Holiday House NYC 2019 show. With this colorful and artistic space, visitors are instantly transported to modern-day France via New York.
Bennett Leifer, the principal interior designer of New York-based Bennett Leifer Interiors presented an artistic living room titled the “Neues Drawing Room” for the Holiday House NYC 2019 show, which recently opened its doors in Manhattan. The show, which is now celebrating its 12th annual event, is a fundraising benefit for the Breast Cancer Research Fund – and the designer took the cause in as part of his inspiration.
Café Society + Mad Men‘s Don Draper = “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere everyday!” according to interior designer Barbara Lewis of The Lewis Design Group. The designer created a festive lounge area for the Holiday House NYC 2019 show, which recently opened its doors in Manhattan.