The Kips Bay Show House is one of the most anticipated annual design events. We were lucky enough to get a peek inside this year's fabulous rooms, and as always, they did not disappoint. Every inch was filled with inspiring and drool-worthy decor conceptualized by some of our favorite seasoned interior designers, as well as some promising newcomers.
While we loved every space, we were truly blown away by the sultry dining room by Kristen McGinnis Design. The grey-blue lacquered walls, silver leaf ceiling and breathtaking pendant (made from a tree branch wrapped in neon light) were just some of the details that took our breath away.
Andrew Suvalsky's aqua powder room and Jack Levy Design's writing room clad in fish-themed wallpaper were also high points. And of course the stunning spaces by Gomez Associates (yes, that's the mother/ daughter team that designed Bethenny Frankel's TriBeCa loft and Kathryn M. Ireland of Million Dollar Decorator fame are always must-sees.
This year the event is taking place at the Sharp Townhouse, built in 1899, at 161 East 64th Street on Manhattan's upper east side, and it will be open to the public through Tuesday, June 4. All proceeds benefit the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club. Click through our photos of the highlights below.
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