Advertisement
Continue to Site »

site_header_zone


 
Trending
Sipho Mabona Transforms Tropenmuseum With Origami
As the saying goes, inspiration can strike anywhere, anytime. We ...
City Museum Debates the History and Future of Supertall Buildings
  In conjunction with its exhibit "Palaces for the People: ...
Herman Miller Agrees to Acquire Design Within Reach
Sayigh + Duman’s Design Within Reach flagship in New York. ...
MoMA Names Martino Stierli Chief Curator of Architecture and Design
Earlier this week, The Museum of the Modern Art announced ...
Take a Fresh Look at Creating Unique Interior Experiences With New Perspectives
Sponsored Content by Milliken The desire to create new experiences ...

JOB ZONE

jobseekers:

employers:

 
Weekly Poll
Where has your firm seen the biggest growth in the first half of 2014?

    industry_article_detail_left_zone

    Bilotta Hosts Art of the Table

    The table in Nancy J. Ruddy’s vignette was decorated with white Bernardaud plates and Baccarat crystal pieces.

    The table in Nancy J. Ruddy’s vignette was decorated with white Bernardaud plates and Baccarat crystal pieces.

    From FortyOne Madison’s Tabletop Show to the showrooms of the Architects & Designers Building, New York has been bursting with new trends and accessories for dining this fall. To celebrate the occasion, Bilotta, a company best known for its custom cabinetry, invited four local designers for their second time hosting "Art of the Table."

    Commenting on the event, principal Regina Bilotta said, “We are thrilled to have our New York showroom graced by the participating designers, their beautiful products, and designs.” Last year, all of the designers were men, so Bilotta turned the tables - so to speak - and invited all women to participate this year. Carol Brewer, principal of Carol Brewer Interiors; Allison Hennessy, principal of Allison Hennessy Interior Design; Jennifer Post, principal of Jennifer Post Design, and Nancy J. Ruddy, founding principal of CetraRuddy each took over a section of the showroom.

    The result was four exquisite spaces from Ruddy’s winter wonderland with powdery faux snow to Carol Brewer’s bright room decorated with floral arrangements by Bella Meyer. Each vignette not only highlighted the product but also brought elegance to each kitchen space.

    Above, left: Nancy J. Ruddy and Kate Emmons of CetraRuddy. Photography by Frank Rocco/www.anniewatt.com.

    The table in Nancy J. Ruddy’s vignette was decorated with white Bernardaud plates and Baccarat crystal pieces.

    The table in Nancy J. Ruddy’s vignette was decorated with white Bernardaud plates and Baccarat crystal pieces.

    industry_article_detail_central_zone