It's Showtime

Rooms created by area talent showcase the best in today's design at this year's Designer Showhouse of Westchester



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Step into Nirvana, this year’s Designer Showhouse of Westchester, with proceeds benefiting Cerebral Palsy of Westchester, for a glimpse of harmonious living spaces that are as individual as the designers themselves. Last spring, a group of America’s premier designers came together to turn this 10,700-square-foot home into a stunning example of today’s best design. Located on 17 acres in the rolling hills of Bedford Corners, the home boasts five bedrooms, six-and-a-half baths, a 1,700-bottle wine cellar, gourmet kitchen, library and much more. Here, we tour some of the highlights, with notes about what caught our eye for each space, as well as comments from participating designers. We hope that you will find it a true paradise.


Rear Foyer

Carey Karlan

Last Detail

WHAT C&G LOVES ABOUT THIS ROOM:
> The saturation of color.
> The round lighting-fixture shapes echoed in theVincent George painting.
> The play of scale to create drama.
> The stark contrast of silky dark walls above white wainscoting

 “The space evokesthe feeling of nightclub intimacy with plushseating, warm, deep-colored walls and contemporary styling—an ‘after- hours’ space for entertaining and conversation.”  Nick Geragi, Klaff’s, Inc.

 


Foyer

Keith Baltimore

Baltimore Design Group

WHAT C&G LOVES ABOUT THIS ROOM:
> Inventive use of moldings and wallpaper.
> Finally, a foyer that feels like a room.
> Refreshing look for a traditional space.

“The punctuation of black accents against the crisp, white trim and blue-gray walls adds much drama to this foyer!” –Julie Scosta, Safavieh Home Furnishings

 


living room

Pat Healing, Dan Barsanti

HB Home Design, LLC

WHAT C&G LOVES ABOUT THIS ROOM:
> Fresh mix of town and country.
> Unexpected wood wall treatment in a formal setting.
> The glamour of the gold accents on table and chairs.
> Symmetry plus a simple, neutral palette create a calm background for a few bursts of color.

“I love the artwork above the sofa and thedark blue drapes because they create a bold statement against the softer lines throughout the design.” –Patrik Lönn, Patrik Lönn Design

 


family room

Julie Scosta, Zsuzsanna Winn, Betsy Woodall

Safavieh Home Furnishings

WHAT C&G LOVES ABOUT THIS ROOM:
> Never tire of rich color on the walls.
> Stylish blend of traditional with modern.
> Those orange leather ottomans!

“I love the use of the strong horizontal drape line combined with the lovely purple and orange color composition.” –Keith Baltimore, Baltimore Design Group

 

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