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My favorite events each year are those that benefit charity and partner with designers.  They always seem to bring out the most creativity and this year’s DIFFA Dining by Design was no exception.  I just realized that I’ve been covering DBD as they call it since 2009 and each year, the tables just keep getting […]

Here’s a look at most of the other tables at DIFFA Dining by Design. Enjoy! Merchandise Mart Properties table above and below designed by DesignLush Input Creative Studio Domoore Designs Artistic Tile table designed by Thom Filicia Tilton Fenwick Nile Johnson for Philosophy Design Studio & Cheryl Umbles for Perspective Interiors RDYC Interior Design + […]

Since there were so many lovely tables and I took so many photos, I’m going to split by DIFFA Dining by Design coverage up into a few posts.  Since it’s spring and the Architectural Digest table is full of flowers, I thought I would begin with them. The chairs are from Restoration Hardware and the […]

DIFFA‘s Dining by Design is always one of my favorite events and this year the tables are even more spectacular than usual.  It was very exciting to see Jonathan Adler‘s design for the Kravet table which features his new fabric collection.  It won’t be released until the fall so you’re getting an exclusive sneak peek. […]

Epitome of Chic

03 . 22 . 12

It’s always fun to see a home featured in a magazine in which you’ve actually seen in person.  I was lucky enough to be invited to a charity event that was held in the home of Alfredo Parades and Brad Goldfarb that is the cover story for the April issue of Architectural Digest.  Many people […]

Every year DIFFA holds it New York Dining by Design event adjacent to the Architectural Digest Home Show.  I wasn’t able to attend last year and I forgot how much I enjoyed these fabulous over the top tables.   The Cocktails by Design event last Thursday was pretty crowded so it was hard to photograph them but here’s a peek inside the […]

Dining by Design 2009

03 . 29 . 09

Someone recently left a nasty comment on another blog chastising them for having a party in this economy. I think a party is exactly what everyone could use right now, especially one that employs hundreds of people and brings designers together for a worthy cause. Last Thursday night, I had the pleasure of attending the […]