This year’s 2018 Holiday House NYC celebrated its 10th anniversary in a new location on East 76th Street with a selection of the industry’s top interiors designers, including three of 200 Lex’s very own.
Designer Timothy Brown, whose eponymous showroom is on the 16th floor, decided to create a room that he would want to live in using a sectional sofa from his own apartment and a statement wooden bookcase. Access to Design design firm Dean & Dahl transformed their space into a dream bedroom for a young child, complete with a rock-climbing wall and a wall mural by Utah-based artist Carrie Ellen. A cozy reading corner in the kid’s room was made perfect with a green velvet chair designed by Gabriel Anderson and available in PROFILES. Designers Ariella Duker and Anelle Gandelman of A-List Interiors, also a part of Access to Design, created a dreamy guest bedroom and bathroom with lightly floraled wallpaper by Phillip Jeffries and whimsical feather table lamps.
Holiday House, founded in 2008 by interior designer and breast cancer survivor Iris Dankner, is an interior design showhouse that gives the public the opportunity to experience firsthand the talent of renowned interior designers as well as exquisite products from leading home brands.