Last week we had the pleasure of co-hosting a great event at Bilotta’s Mamaroneck showroom called Art of the Table. This event has been happening at their showroom in the city for six years, but this was the first time in our neighborhood.
Six talented interior designers including Barbara Bell, Jane Bell, Gregory Allan Cramer, Lauren Gold, Elissa Grayer, and Sara Touijer all came together to create some amazing tablescapes.
Each designer was able to choose a different kitchen setup and design an entertaining space within it. With the help of Current Home and Henckels, the designers were able to outfit their designs to a “T.”
If you couldn’t make it to the event, don’t worry — you can see the tables and get inspired until November 11.
Below, see a snippet of what the designers were able to put together. Each one is unique in its own right, but all are beautiful.
Designer Elissa Grayer was inspired by wine and reading. She used books throughout her design with touches of gold and blue. Each place setting had a book atop which was adorned with beautiful stone napkin rings.
Shelves within the kitchen setting were also adorned with books and clever quotes along with more gold accents and lots of light. Her inspiration was taken from the stove in the kitchen, which is a beautiful shade of light blue.
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Designer Jane Bell’s inspiration for her tablescape was nature. She used beautiful purples and emerald greens to create a whimsical table include a living wall.
This particular kitchen had a large flatscreen television, which Bell wanted to cover as part of her design. An artist friend created this artful cover for the TV that can be removed whenever you want to watch it, but hidden when you have company. Beautiful and functional.
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To see all of the beautiful designs, visit the Bilotta showroom at 564 Mamaroneck Ave from now until November 11.