What are the adventurous tales you remember most from your childhood? Designer Zoya Bograd of New York-based Rooms by Zoya B. brought several popular childhood stories to life for her whimsical nursery room at the Holiday House NYC 2019 show.
Greenwich, Connecticut-based interior designer Ally Coulter was inspired by Breakfast at Tiffany’s for her opulent salon at the Holiday House NYC 2019 show. The show, now celebrating its 12th annual event in Manhattan, is a special benefit for the Breast Cancer Research Fund.
Canadian interior designer Mariem Horchani of MHM Interiors LLC created a fabulous pink-themed powder room for the Holiday House NYC 2019 show. It’s a perfect color in more ways than one, as the show, now celebrating its 12th annual event in Manhattan, is all about giving back to the Breast Cancer Research Fund.
Interior designer Iris Dankner started the Holiday House NYC as a way to combine her talents and passions to give back to the breast cancer research organizations making strides in the medical world. This year, the show celebrated its 12th annual event at 125 East 65th Street in Manhattan.
Interior designer Keith Baltimore of Baltimore Design Group created a modern and sleek kitchen and dining area filled with artistic touches for the just-opened 2019 Holiday House NYC charity show house.