This space was sponsored by the Kirk Brummel Collection, Brunschwig + Fils‘ American contemporary fabrics line. The room itself was designed by one of today’s hottest designers, Miles Redd. For those that know his work, you’ll see this space as so typical Miles. Very vibrant and definitely unique, don’t you think? Make sure you look at his online portfolio too, it’s stunning. This was definitely a colorful Dining By Design space!
This is “India” designed by NY Interior Designer, Elaine Griffin at DIFFA’s Dining By Design. The custom handblown chandelier is amazing, from Suzan Etkin (visit their website, a must-see). Additional credits to ABC Carpet & Home, Pearl River Trading Co., and Dexter Phillip. Wow, that chandelier. Just can’t take my eyes off of it…
Sponsored by the New York Times and designed by DWR, here’s their Dining By Design space. Actually, the designer to thank here is the talented Michael J. Davis of the DWR (Design Within Reach) Chelsea Studio. Additional credits go to: artist Diana Bryan (for the amazing cut out work), Portland Color for the graphics and fabrication, Zone Fabricators, Inc. on the centerpiece, Michael C. Fina for all glassware and flatware, and Annieglass for the dinnerware.
This one was sponsored and designed by Candy Productions at Dining By Design. The photo says it all, sheer silliness and drag queens galore. Definitely the most fun space, but was it well designed? I guess when drag queens dance on tables, that’s points enough, right? It’s good to see design in a less serious format sometimes though. Plus, I just love this image. It’s one to enlarge and frame for sure. Great lighting, perspective, and the best part, that “Ta-Dah!” expression… Priceless!