My tour of the Holiday House to benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation continues. Color in design is very important. Color changes the mood of a room and how you feel stepping into it. This time of year when the days are shorter and nights longer, more color is the perfect remedy for those winter blues.
Gregory Allan Kramer – “Celebrate the Holidays”
High-end graffiti paint imported from Germany was used by Kramer. “The good thing about it is that there are no mistakes, and the kids can do it, too, as long as they wear vapor masks,” he says.
If you dare be so bold…. elegant, colorful, playful, stimulating the child in you.
Color to wake up the senses. Susanna Salk – “New Year’s Eve”
A sprinkle of red in all the right places. Rachel Laxer -“Valentine’s Day”
Beautiful jewel tones – J Cohler Mason Design “Recovery Room”
J + G Design – “A Painterly Christmas” Traditional meets modern style.
There is so much more to see and share. Bring your out-of-town guest with you t0 share the experience of high-end design. Take a tour of the mansion and help raise awareness and critical funding for The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Event details: General Admission is $35, and the event is open to the public from November 21-December 18 (closed on Thanksgiving). Hours are 11-5, with extended hours on Thursday nights. The Academy Mansion is at 2 East 63rd Street.All images are my own. Please credit images.