Scarsdale, New York-based interior designer Tara Kantor of Tara Kantor Interiors went “Celestial Chic” for this year’s Holiday House NYC event. For this year’s breast cancer charity benefit, a cause close to the designer’s heart, Kantor designed the home’s third floor landing area and powder room.
“I really got to design three spaces in one,” Kantor told House Tipster Industry. “Each of the three spaces has a totally different feel and color palette, yet it all ties together with my theme of ‘Celestial Chic.’ When I was originally sourcing for the project, I found myself very drawn to shapes in nature, and specifically at night.”
Throughout this section of the house, guests will notice lighting inspired by the full moon, shimmering star-like patterns, and mini crescent moon details throughout the washroom. The theme gradually progresses into sunny lightness, picked up by shining gold elements out in the hall.
To complete the landing area and powder room, Kantor worked with a variety of incredible artists, vendors, and sponsors, including Benjamin Moore, Thomas Hayes Studio, Apparatus Studio, Ben and Aja Blanc, Kin and Company, Maya Romanoff, Innovations, Heather Jorzak Studio, Wud Furniture, Matthew Fairbank, Lee Broom, Cuff Home, Current Home, Bradley, Stark Carpet, Ferdenadno Mastangelo, Costikyan, Fayette Rug Studio, Lauren Bender Fine Art Advisory Services, Antar, Radnor, Art and Guile, and May Furniture.
The show, which is now celebrating its 12th annual event, is a fundraising benefit for the Breast Cancer Research Fund. Through December 15, guests will be able to see the room in person at the historical building address, 125 East 65th Street in Manhattan.
To hear more from Tara Kantor at the Holiday House NYC 2019, and tour around her landing and powder room spaces, be sure to press play on our exclusive video below.
Stay tuned for tons of exclusive design features, creator interviews, virtual tour videos, and more information on each room in the 2019 Holiday House NYC – all coming soon to House Tipster Industry.