Where would Sleeping Beauty rest? We imagine the princess wouldn’t mind if she took her years-long slumber in the latest room created by esteemed interior designer Mark D. Sikes. The designer returned to this year’s Kips Bay Decorator Show House in Manhattan for a second round at showcasing his creations. In support of the event’s fundraising efforts for the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club, the artist and his team created a comfortable, inviting, and timeless bedroom space for the annual design exhibition.
B.A. Torrey founder, interior designer Andrew Torrey, is thrilled to be participating in this year’s 46th Annual Kips Bay Decorator Show House. This luxurious event, running throughout the month of May in central Manhattan, is not only a moment to showcase some of his latest cutting-edge design ideas, but it also benefits the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club’s after-school programs.
If you’re all about neon color, fun geometrical shapes, and 1980s pop culture, then you are going to be floored by Sasha Bikoff’s latest design experience. The interior designer is the mastermind behind the show-stopping and electrifying stairwell at this year’s 46th Annual Kips Bay Decorator Show House, a stylish event in New York City that benefits the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club’s after-school programs.
Jamie Drake and Caleb Anderson, the award-winning designers behind the Drake/Anderson interior design firm, have worked with some of the hottest “It” buildings in Manhattan. Now, they are showing off their impeccable style for a wonderful cause. The team presented a jaw-dropping salon and bar space at this year’s 46th Annual Kips Bay Design Show House, a glamorous and high-end design exhibition New York City showcase that benefits the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club.
Transitional spaces can often be overlooked in home interior design, but areas like hallways, elevator landings, and pantries are essential to tying multiple rooms together. They are also very functional, visible, and high-use spaces, which means that your design scheme has to be centered around everyday life usage. So how do you balance the glamor you want in your home with the necessities of these tiny nooks? Just ask Wesley Moon, the designer behind the wet bar and butler’s pantry of the 2018 Kips Bay Decorator Show House in Manhattan.